Ayurvedic Treatment for Stroke

Ayurvedic Treatment for Stroke

Stroke is a medical condition, wherein the blood circulation to the brain  is interrupted resulting in death of brain cells. This can occur in two circumstances, viz. Ischemic and Hemorrhagic. An ischemic stroke happens due to the lack of blood flow to the brain. On the other hand, bleeding is the cause of Hemorrhagic stroke. A doctor will examine the patient extensively for understanding the exact cause of stroke and provide ayurvedic treatment for Stroke. The treatment method and medications will be based on the confirmation whether it is Ischemic or Hemorrhagic.

Ischemic and Hemorragic Stroke

Stroke can lead to paralysis of one or more body muscles on one or both the sides of the body. The death of brain cells will adversely affect the communication from the nerve impulses to the affected parts of the body. Thereby, the patient will lose mobility, sensation and feeling at the areas affected. The message disruption may be at the brain or on the pathway. The extent of paralysis and other physical issues will be according to the damage.   


Causes of Stroke/ Paralysis

Stroke paralysis can happen anytime and it is the third leading cause of death worldwide. Damage to the central nervous system is the main cause of paralysis. Recognising the cause is important for finalising the ayurvedic treatment for stroke. Damage to the central nervous system can be due to various reasons including:


  • Cerebro vascular accident.(Ischaemic or hemorrhagic)
  • Damage to spinal cord – A fall or heavy shock at the spinal cord can be fatal. It can, in turn, affect the central nervous system and result in paralysis. 
  • Trauma with nerve injury – A trauma and subsequent nerve injury can lead to defects in nervous system. This will adversely affect signal transmission from the brain and lead to stroke/ paralysis. 
  • Multiple sclerosis – This problem occurs when our immune system attacks the protective sheath called Myelin on the nerve fibres. The communication between brain and body part is impaired due to it and leads to paralysis. 
  • Muscular dystrophy – Muscular Dystrophy is caused by a group of diseases. Abnormal gene mutation affects the production of proteins required for strengthening of muscles, thus causing paralysis.
  • Brain damage – Brain damage due to high Blood Pressure, physical damage or other physical conditions can be fatal. It can drain the brain of blood and result in a stroke.  
  • Botulism – This is a rare phenomenon by a toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. It is a potentially serious medical condition. 
  • Exposure to toxins and poisons – Persons working in a toxic environment can fall prey to paralysis due to pollutants, in unacceptable proportions, entering the body.  
  • Metabolic disorders – Metabolic disorders are also found to be causing the paralysis. The chances of stroke in today’s fast lifestyle have been more than before. 
  • Inherited demyelinating disease – Hereditary abnormalities  may cause demyelination of central nervous system resulting in stroke or paralysis. 
  • Poliomyelitis – Virus is the cause for Poliomyelitis, which is simply called Polio. This health issue can also be a reason for paralysis. 


Symptoms of Stroke/ Paralysis

Symptoms of Stroke/ Paralysis

Symptoms help the doctor in identifying the degree of damages to the brain and nervous system. Extend of paralysis and neurological complications will depend on the root cause for the stroke and the area affected. He or she can face an inability to talk, immobility at some body parts or one whole side or on both sides, loss of higher functions and similar problems.  

A thorough examination by an experienced doctor will reveal the exact cause of the medical condition. The complications for treatment for a stroke patient will solely depend on the extent of damage to the brain cells. Each patient will require specifically formulated treatment methodology for curing the disease completely. The treatment time will also depend on the condition of the patient. 



A clinical and physical examination by the doctor will be necessary for pinpointing the location of nerve damage. The experienced doctor can locate the defective area of brain damage by observing the area of paralysis. Whether body part or parts have been paralysed, upper or lower body part, or only one side or both the sides. The body part that has been paralysed will act as a clue to the doctor. 

The treatment will be formulated based on the location and cause of nervous system damage. It will primarily focus on rejuvenating the brain cells and the nervous system to perform its duties. The patient needs to have confidence and an optimistic attitude too, for recovering early. Hence, the doctors will include counselling and motivation also as  part of the treatment.


Stroke/ Paralysis in Ayurveda

Stroke or Paralysis is mentioned in Vata Vyadhi in Ayurveda scriptures. Ayurveda uses the terms Pakshaghata, Paksha Vata and Ekanga Vata to define different stroke conditions. Facial paralysis is mentioned separately. And it is called Ardita Vata. Extensive and comprehensive treatment methods have been elaborated in thousands of years old Ayurvedic texts. 

It is the experience and expertise of Ayurveda doctors that matter in curing stroke or paralysis completely. The doctor must examine the patient thoroughly towards understanding the root cause of the illness, location of brain  defect and degree of brain cells damage. The treatment method that includes external and internal medications, physiotherapy and stern dietary regulations are advised based on the observations. Ayurvedic treatment for stroke paralysis in Kerala has been proven safe, effective and successful. 


Ayur Bethaniya Treatment for Stroke

At Ayur Bethaniya Ayurveda Hospital, we offer safe and effective treatment for stroke and paralysis cure. The ayurvedic treatment procedures have proved to be one of the most safest and effective treatment methodologies for the best and fastest possible recovery from a severe paralysis condition. We offer excellent Panchakarma therapies including Abhyangam, Swedanam, Nasyam, Virechanam, Shiro vasti, Sarvanga dhara (Pizhichil), Pichu, Njavarakizhi and Vasti. The treatment plans are customized depending on the cause and severity of the condition and also takes into account the health condition of the affected patient. The treatment duration for each patient depends on the degree of severity and usually ranges from 3 – 5 weeks.

Ayur Bethaniya hospital has been successful in treating several stroke patients, of various degrees, effectively. Early intervention of Ayurveda treatment maximizes the recovery chances of paralysis condition. Our elite doctor panel studies the patient, discusses the way ahead and prepares custom treatment for each patient. At Ayur Bethaniya Ayurveda Hospital, we provide effective and safe herbal therapies that are customized as per individual patient condition to cure from stroke/paralysis. We ensure a complete recovery from the symptoms caused by the condition and rejuvenates the body, mind, and soul to feel a better individual. Along with the best medical infrastructure and medical utilities, we provide services from expert doctors and staff for all-round care and support to the patients. The periodicity of Panchakarma and other methods for ayurvedic treatment for stroke will depend on the severity of condition and degree of brain damage.

Ayur Bethaniya believes in the overall health improvement of every patient. Our ayurvedic treatment for stroke will ensure that the disease is eliminated at the root level. Besides, we will guide the patient regarding modification of lifestyle and diet for improving the strength, immune system and charm of the body. The changes in lifestyle and dietary control will also aid in faster recovery of the patient.

Our dedicated team of doctors and medical staff are at your service around the clock. We ensure constant care and support to the patients. Motivation and guidance towards boosting confidence, thus ensuring early recovery, is also our unique feature. Our renowned ayurvedic treatment for stroke has been successful in curing numerous paralysed patients since establishment. 

We assure you the best ayurvedic treatment for stroke paralysis in Kerala at Ayur Bethaniya. We have been acclaimed as one of the best Ayurveda hospitals with all the facilities for treatment and rejuvenation packages

EECP Treatment for Stroke

Another alternative treatment for stroke paralysis that is gaining traction around the world is EECP treatment. Enhanced External Counterpulsation or EECP treatment has gained significant popularity in Kerala for stroke paralysis treatment. EECP can effectively increase blood perfusion in the brains of patients with ischemic stroke while alleviating ischemia symptoms, which are the acute hemodynamic effects of treatment, in real time. 

In addition, by accelerating blood flow, EECP significantly improves wall shear stress (WSS) in cerebral arteries. Being a non-invasive technique also adds to the popularity of EECP as the risks, costs and recovery time is significantly lower than surgical methods of treatment. If you suffer from stroke paralysis and wish to seek a non-invasive method of treatment, the best option for you would be to avail EECP treatment at Ayur Bethaniya, the leading EECP treatment clinic in Kerala.

We at Ayur Bethaniya offer world class EECP treatment for stroke paralysis. Our process is simple, effective and does not require the patient to be admitted to the hospital. With just 18 days of treatment, split into 2 hour sessions everyday, we at Ayur Bethaniya render EECP treatment to cure any kind of angina related problems, including stroke and paralysis. We also recommend appropriate lifestyle changes, exercise and eating habits you may need to adapt along with EECP treatment to ensure faster healing and better wellbeing going forward. Our panel of doctors are experts when it comes to EECP treatment for stroke paralysis in Kerala. 

To know more about stroke treatment methods and treatment costs, book an appointment now.   

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