Ayurveda is a science of life and Main aim of Ayurveda is to do the prevention of health of all individuals (Swasthasya Swasthya Rakshanam) and then if there is need treat the diseases (Aturashya Vikar Prasamanam).
Total Ayurveda is divided mainly in two parts; one is preventive and second is curative method. Therefore the half of the Ayurveda is included in Swasthavritta i.e. the prevention of health. That’s why the Swasthavritta is a heart of Ayurveda.
Our National Health Policy also gives more stress on prevention & promotion of health of people and Swasthavritta, Yoga & Naturopathy
Ayurveda propounds Dincharya and Ratricharya (daily routine), Ritucharya (seasonal activities), Dietary guidelines and Sadvritta (code of conduct for mental health) for maintenance, promotion of health and prevention of ailments
To this extent the OPD of Swasthyavritta department offers dedicated Swastya Rakshan consulting and guidance to the patients. In the hospital sessions are conducted for the learning and practice of yoga.
Prakritic chikitsa (naturopathy) facility is available in the Ishan Ayurvedic Hospital.