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POSTER PRESENTATION
Year : 2012  |  Volume : 32  |  Issue : 5  |  Page : 59

PA01.10. Efficacy of abhyanga and udvartana in sthaulya w s r to hyperlipidaemia


1 LRP Ayurved College, Islampur, India
2 R.T. Ayurved Colleges, Akola, India

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LRP Ayurved College, Islampur
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Purpose: Ayurveda is being increasingly accepted by the world for its relevance and adaptability to modern times. Development in science and technology, leads to more sedentary life styles, interest in fast food, stress and strain and physically inactivity, then it results into Obesity (Sthaulya). If it is not managed properly, he is prone to get complications like prameha, pakshaghata, Hrudroga and Hyperlipidaemia etc. In the present clinical study, the emphasis has been made to study and evolve the simple Bahiparimarjan treatment methods to treat the hyperlipidaemic Sthaulya patients. Method: All the 60 patients were selected from OPD and IPD of Ayurved Rugnalaya and Anusandhan Kendra, Akola, randomly and divided in to two groups and investigated for Hb %, TLC, DLC, ESR, URINE (routine and microscopic), lipid profile etc. before and after treatment. Group A In these group 30 patients were kept on Triphaladi Taila Abhyanga once daily. Group B in this group 30 patients were kept on Shailaiyadi Udvartana once daily. All the patients (groupwise) kept on Abhyanga and Udvartana for 5 10 minutes in every posture and sarvanga Swedana for 10 20 minutes, along with placebo orally. Result: Both treatments procedures found to be equally effective in hyperlipidaemic Sthaulya patients. Conclusion: Both the groups have shown significant results in subjective and objective parameters.


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