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HealthSignz launches AI-powered App - AyuRiti

Kolkata, Nov 25 (UNI) AI-powered healthcare startup HealthSignz recently launched its Ayurveda-based App – AyuRiti.
Wisdom of Ayurveda and Yoga coming from age, blended with Artificial Intelligence algorithms has developed a platform providing the users with a Preventive, Curative and Management approach to their Health Challenges.
The modern way of life has transferred the burden to lifestyle diseases – be it cancer, heart disease or diabetes contributing to nearly 70pc of deaths. Modern medicine focuses on the treatment of symptoms and not the root cause. Ayurveda – the 5000-year old science of medicine which works on the principle of life and lifestyle i.e. root cause, imparts answers to these unattended challenges.
AyuRiti, by bringing together the concepts of Ayurveda and Yoga, comes as a panacea to these ever-mounting challenges, a release issued by it here said today. Dr Vinod P Nair, Co-founder, HealthSignz said, “With the advent of new-age Renaissance, the health quotient of an urban individual is reaching to a stage of a serious threat, AyuRiti is an initiative through which we aim to curb this threat.”
AyuRiti uses sophisticated algorithms to evaluate a user’s daily habits and body functions to determine dosha imbalance. Personalised suggestions, basis 'dosha' types, are provided to improve the lifestyle, which leads to the balancing of 'doshas' and brings the body back to its natural rhythm.
The app tracks progress and recommend diet, exercise, personal care and hygiene solutions. It understands the body type and mental state to recommend relevant Yoga asanas, Pranayama techniques, and mindfulness practices. AyuRiti customises all recommendations based on the unique body constitution and doshas.
“AyuRiti is a landmark step in accordance with AYUSH ministry’s objective to revive Ayurveda. The fact that AyuRiti app has 3000+ organic downloads within a week of its launch is an indicator that people are searching for a holistic solution to their lifestyle challenges,” claimed Mr Surendranath, Co-founder, HealthSignz.
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