Panchakarma is particularly recommended when a patient has deep impairment of doshas (vata, pitta and kapha), excess accumulation of ama (toxins), and severity of symptoms. You need to consult an Ayurvedic physician to understand the state of your doshas and degree of toxin accumulation in your body. The unbalance of doshas and severe increase in toxins may be visible through a variety of physical, mental and emotional symptoms.
You can also go for Panchakarma for periodic rejuvenation and detoxification. It is particularly recommended during the change of seasons, especially during spring and autumn. If you regularly suffer from joint pains, headache, muscular problems, stress and anxiety, going for Panchakarma will definitely help you.