THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: To get a ayurvedic view of the Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), an international seminar on Ayurveda is being organized in Thiruvananthapuram city from February 9 to 11, as part of the Global Ayurveda Festival-Kerala. This seminar will look into the ways to deal with the Non-Communicable Diseases in terms of Ayrveda.
This three-day seminar is a joint effort of Centre for Innovation in Science and Social Action (CISSA), Government of Kerala and the Ayurveda fraternity of Kerala. The seminar will discuss the power of Ayurvedic treatment system of medicine in dealing with the prevention and management of NCDs. In this three-day seminar, a large number of papers from Ayurveda practitioners, research institutions, Ayurveda pharmaceutical players, herbal medicine experts, doctors, scientists and students will be presented.
These papers will cover a host of health issues like Diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, liver disorders, neurological and pulmonary diseases, gender specific NCDs, mental disorders, obesity, geriatric care and cancer. Problems like healthy life style practices and degenerative diseases are also in its ambit. Around 3,000 registered delegates will be part of this seminar.