32nd International Conference on “Ayurveda: Autoimmune & Metabolic Disorders”

Autoimmune diseases are some of the leading causes of death among young and middle-aged women in the United States of America. Over 50 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disorders and the NIH spends more than 590 million dollars each year on autoimmune disorders alone.

An Ayurvedic analysis of autoimmune and metabolic disorders reveals compromised tissue metabolism.  Doshas in their imbalanced states disturb the digestive fire, leading to tissue metabolism turbulence, and subsequently, to various types of autoimmune disorders.  Ayurveda observes disease manifestation differently from person to person.  When Prana (vital life force), Tejas (vital energy), and Ojas (vital immunity) are disturbed, this leads to autoimmune and metabolic imbalances.  Ayurveda adopts various methods of healing the body, mind and spirit through natural herbal supplements, dietary guidelines, lifestyle management, yoga asanas, pranayama, meditation, natural physiological detoxification and purification (panchakarma), and rejuvenation (Rasayana) therapies.

Considering the above facts the 32nd International Conference on “Ayurveda: Autoimmune & Metabolic Disorders” will take place from September 6 to 8; 2019 at the Arsha Vidya Gurukulam in Pennysylvania.

The event will have 25 featured speakers talking on different aspects of Ayurveda. Some of the topics that the speakers will deal with include:- Spirituality in healing, Diet and food in metabolic disorders, Maintain weight through Ayurveda and many more.

The conference is open to all integrative healthcare professionals, yoga teachers, massage therapists, ayurvedic practitioners, vaidyas and general public and patients who are curious to know more about the autoimmune and metabolic disorders.

The event will be organized by Global Ayurveda Conferences, USA and hosted by the Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America.

For more details, visit the following websites:-

or email:- gacllc2014@gmail.com

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