Health by Quantum Physics Laws

May 27, 2017
The conceptual framework of biomedicine is based on Newtonian classical physics, while the concepts of Ayurveda are somewhat similar to those of quantum physics. At a time when scientists are still looking for ways to make these two systems collaborate, people all over the world experience positive results of Ayurvedic medicine.

Ayurveda, siddha, unani, yoga and naturopathy have been used in India for centuries as traditional systems of healthcare. Together with homeopathy, they are integrated into the national system of healthcare, smoothly function and have their own network research institutes, licensed drugstores and registered doctors.

It seems that Ayurveda and yoga are the most wide-spread among them in the West. At first, Vedic knowledge appeared in USA in 1958, then it reached Europe. Nowadays, it is possible to find an Ayurvedic clinic in most of European countries, even in small residential areas. Recently, the number of people using their services has increased significantly. People come here when modern medicine either fails to help or offers drastic measures. However, the majority of complaints is connected with stress and illnesses that it causes.

There is no universal law on traditional medicine in the European Union. Every country handles this matter in its own way. For example, in 1997, Hungary made Ayurveda an official system of healthcare, while Ayurvedic practitioners from the Netherlands enter the labor unions which are thoroughly controlled by the government and health insurance companies. Ayurvedic associations were created all around the world, they cooperate with different institutions, carry out research activities and scientific development together with modern medicine.

Scientists are becoming more and more interested in Ayurveda, as they understand that it could help them answer some insoluble questions. For example, a survey on aphasia (inability to speak after a stroke) has been carried out. There were two groups of patients after a stroke. The first group

was treated with transcranial magnetic stimulation, while the second one was treated with both transcranial magnetic stimulation and Ayurvedic methods. The second group had better treatment results, however, the scientists were more impressed by the fact that neural connections were reestablished among the patients from this group. This was the first research to prove that modern technologies together with Ayurveda could both improve clinical results and recover functional and structural morphology of the neural network.

Ayurveda undoubtedly has a number of advantages in comparison with European approach to health. One of them is early diagnosis. The ancient medicine has the system of disease recognition which consists of six steps. The first four are unique, as they let determine and eliminate a disease before it acquires clinical symptoms. It is thought, that it is possible to solve the problem with the help of preventive measures at these stages, it often includes change of lifestyle and diet. Symptoms appear at stage five, they make people understand that something is wrong and visit a doctor. Modern medicine is able to make diagnosis at this stage only. The disease leads to complications at the sixth stage. It is almost incurable and can lead to other problems and even death, at the best case, it turns into a chronic disease. However, Ayurveda is beneficial here as well. This system gives great results in management of chronic diseases.

The rich assortment of Ayurvedic procedures and herbal preparations can ecologically prevent even complex disease progression. Businessman Vladimir Waldman was diagnosed with Parkinson’s 10 years ago. The classical treatment includes heavy chemical preparations which significantly affect the general state of the organism. Vladimir had been looking for alternative measures: he visited many Russian doctors, went to Israel and finally met Ayurveda. Today he takes both classical medicaments and Ayurvedic preparations. Annually he goes to India, Kerala State, to undergo month-lasting healing procedures in an Ayurvedic clinic. He shared his experience with the magazine “Ayurveda&yoga”: “One month of treatment in India has given the same results as a whole year of allopathic treatment. My physician in Moscow was sceptical about Ayurveda at first, but now he recognizes that my condition is much more stable than that of his other patients. In Israel, a physician also confirmed that my state had become more balanced. During 10 years, people with the same symptoms witness more deterioration in their condition than me”.

Doctors of Ayurvedic resorts in Kerala always create an individual program. People from all over the world come here to stabilize chronic diseases, cope with hormonal imbalances, get rid of stress consequences. There are more and more visitors wishing both to rest and to improve their health every year, and Ayurvedic clinics are expanding their staff. Licensed clinics carry out all procedures in firm accordance with the state standard. However, it is possible to get a qualified consultation from an Ayurvedic practitioner in Russia as well.

Ayurveda has been being practiced in our country from the early 1990s. Russian doctors are using preventive, therapeutic, rehabilitative methods and drugs of the Indian medical system more and more frequently, new clinics are being opened. The state is also becoming more interested in developing the Ayurvedic medicine. The President of Russia signed an agreement with India, that developed a decade plan to establish Ayurvedic centers in Russia.

This direction has a huge potential for development both in Russia and the whole world. It should be noted that Ayurveda is neither folk-medicine nor healing. It is a scientifically based medical system. It has a unique functional approach to diagnostics and health preservation. It can answer many questions and, together with evidence-based healthcare, beat severe illnesses.

Svetlana Monkhemius, journalist.