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A CLINICAL STUDY OF CHANDRA-AVLEHA, YOGASANA AND SHIRODHARA WITH MANSYADI KWATHA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF UCHCHA-RAKTA-CHAPA (W.S.R. TO ESSENTIAL HYPERTENTION)

Armo Puranjan Singh*, Shukla Harindra Mohan, Tripathi R. N., Pawle Tribhuwan Singh

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Background: Hypertension (elevated arterial blood pressure) is one of the most common problems of the present times especially in industrialized countries. It accounts for about 6 % of deaths worldwide. Hypertension increases the risk of many diseases of the cardiovascular system, brain, kidneys and peripheral arteries. Here an attempt has been carried out regarding the Role of Chandra-Avleha, Yogasana and Shirodhara with Mansyadi Kwatha in the management of Uchcha- Rakta-Chapa with special reference to Essential hypertention. Method: 60 patients diagnosed as Uchcha-Rakta-Chapa in OPD and IPD of Shri NPA Govt. Ayurveda College & Hospital Raipur, Chhattisgarh were randomly divided into 3 groups. Group-A was given Chandra-Avleha 12 grams twice a day empty stomach with cow milk, group-B was given Shirodhara With Mansyadi Kwatha and Yogasana (Padmasana, Shavasana), group-C was given was given Chandra-Avleha in the same manner with Shirodhara and Yogasana. The duration of study in these groups was two months.Symptoms of Ucha-rakta-chapa given in Ayurveda were considered before treatment and after treatment for the assessment. Included studies were truly randomised controlled trials. Result: After treatment significant results were found in given symptoms such as headache, dizziness, insomnia, anger, slightly body pain with oedema, breathlessness, tympanites, anorexia, body stiffness, pyrexia, epistaxis, palpitation, lethargy, tremor, chest pain, lack of memory, but group-C was more effective. Conclusion: In the present study all groups showed good results in Uchcha-Rakta-Chapa but group-C was found better than group-A and group-B. These therapy were safe and without any side effects.

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