Muscular Pain Treatment


Muscle pain or myalgia is a common type of pain which can be felt anywhere there is muscle tissueon the body.the muscle pain is usually localisedand affects particular muscle or muscle groups only.Almost everyone has experienced discomfort orpain in musclein life time.Because there is muscle tissue in nearby all parts of the body .This type of pain can be felt practically anywhere in the body and there is no fixed cause for musle ache.There are many reasons for muscle pain.

Ayurveda Therapies For Muscular Pains


Cooked navara rice, herbal powders or Herbal leaves bound in cloth
Duration: 45 minutes.


This is the quite essential and effective Ayurveda therapy
Duration: 45 minutes.

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Muscle pain originates in any of the muscles in the body. There are many reasons behind this muscle pain. Some of the reasons are injury, overuse or exertion, infection, inflammatory conditions, etc. A number of conditions can be associated with generalized aches and pain such as influenza that are perceived to be muscle pain.

Muscle pain can be localized to a particular muscle or group of muscles depending upon the condition. Usually, injury or overexertion causes localized muscle pain.

Depending upon the severity of the injuries or diseases the pain can be mild, severe, or debilitating. Systemic pain which is felt generalized in the body is different from normal muscle pain and needs more attention.

  1. Fibromyalgia
  2. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  3. Muscle tension
  4. Overuse of muscle or muscle exertion
  5. Injury of muscle
  6. Infections such as flue,polio,bacterial infectionetc
  7. Autoimmune disorders like lupus, dermatomyositis, polymyositis
  8. Thyroid dysfunction (hyper and hypothyroidism)
  9. Dystonia
  10. Rheumatoid Arthritis
  11. Strain Injuries(mostly repetitive)
  12. Stress and muscle pain(this is because when you feel stress the body produces hormones that make your muscle tense up and increase your sensitivity to pain
  13. Vit d and calcium deficiency
  14. Dehydration
  15. Multiple Sclerosis
  16. Arthritis
  17. A lack of sleep can also cause a severe impact on the body


There are many factors that can be involved in the chronic pain and tenderness of muscle associated with other diseases. These factors are not always the same for each individual. However, in general, as per Ayurveda, the aggravation of Vata dosha (due to margavarodha) and accumulation of Ama (toxins) are the primary causes of muscle pain or myalgia.

According to Ayurveda muscle pain or mamsa pida came under vatavyadhi (diseases caused primarily by vitiated Vāta dosha). Vātavyādhi is a disease of chronic and unpredictable nature, but in time affecting one or more additional tissues. It is described in ancient texts as manifesting with a variety of possible and changing symptoms and signs including pain, stiffness, contracture, fatigue, gradual loss of movement, and mental disturbance.

Acharyas explained the pathogenesis as originates in the gastrointestinal tract (anna vaha srota) then branches out through the madhyama rogamarga, the middle channels of pathogenic process of disease, with special inclination for shleshma sthana especially muscle tissues (mamsa dhatu) and their corresponding channels. Then arises the mamsa peeda.



Duration: 45 minutes

Cooked navara rice, herbal powders or Herbal leaves boluses bound in cloth pouches (named Navarkkizhi, Podikizhi and Elakizhi respectively) are a strengthening fomentation employed to prevent or treat Musculo-skeletal disorders, neurological dysfunction, Arthritis and Rheumatism.


It is very effective for back-ache, muscular pain, stiffness and swellings of limbs and joints, sprain and cramps, sciatica, spondylosis& soft tissue inflammation especially joint pains. It supports anti-aging and strengthens the joints and tissues


Duration: 45 minutes

This is the quite essential Ayurveda therapy. Expert birla ayurveda therapists massage your head and the whole body with lukewarm ayurvedic oil.


Regular Abhyangam enhances proper blood circulation, increases immunity, improves complexion and relaxes the mind.

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