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*Dr. Brahm Dutt Sharma, Dr. Durgesh Nandindi Sharma and Prof. Satyendra Kumar Tiwari


Type 1 diabetes is one of the most common endocrine and metabolic conditions among children. According to the latest edition of the diabetes Atlas, an estimated 490,100 children below the age of 15 years are living with type 1 diabetes. India being home to an estimated 97,700 children with T1DM and there is evidence that the occurrence is mounting hastily. The cause of type 1 diabetes is not known and it is not preventable with current knowledge. Here Ayurveda has an opportunity to discover the guidelines for prevention of juvenile diabetes and to ignore its complications. According to Ayurvedic pathophysiology it may be a result of Beeja Dosha (genetic factor), Ahara Dosha (depraved diet) and Agni Dushti (digestive fire disturbance). Creating awareness among general public regarding the importance of Atulyagotriya Vivah (non-consanguineous marriages), Garbhiniparicharya [regimen for pregnant women], Shad Garbh Bhavas (pro-creative factors) and avoidance of Garbhopaghatakar Bhavas (detrimental factors affecting foetus) can help in reducing the incidence of juvenile diabetes directly by altering Beeja Dosha. Specific herbal drugs, Yoga and balanced diet can improve the life of a diabetic patient.

Keywords: Beeja Dosha, Garbhini Paricharya, Herbal drugs, Diet and Yoga.

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