Accupressure brings relief; easy on pocket, say experts

Accupressure brings relief; easy on pocket, say experts

Treatments have no side effects and bring long term relief

He was speaking after inaugurating the three-day workshop at Humanities auditorium at Manasagangotri, on Friday. The workshop is organised by Government Ayurvedic College, Government Nature Therapy and Yoga College, Vijay Foundation and Department of Ayush to promote natural healing and treatment methods. Elaborating on the modes of treatment which can provide complete relief to the patient, they are safe for people across age groups and are affordable my most people, he said.

Director of Ayush Department G N Srikantaiah said about 15 per cent of the diabetics in the world are Indians and they will form half the world diabetic population by 2050.

No side effects

“Ayush mode of treatments are about avoiding the diseases and leading a healthy life. None of the treatments prescribed here have any side effects. If one follows them, it is possible to lead a life free-from medicines,” he said, adding though the time duration for subsiding of pain is high, it does bring long term relief, he added. Mysore is known for Yoga and ayurvedic treatments, and they are going to be the most preferred things in the future by generations. “Our aim is to popularise Acupressure in rural areas too,” he said.

Managing Trustee of Vijaya Foundation Dr B R Pai also spoke on the occasion. Principal of the institution, Dr Aruna presided over the events. Dr Latha, Principal of Government College for Yoga and Naturopathy, Dr Raveendran of Yantra Foundation and Dr Nagesh were present.