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AYURVEDIC APPROACH TO THE MANAGEMENT OF ALLERGIC RHINITIS: A CASE STUDY

Dr. Payal V. Shende*, Dr. Devyani S. Thokal, Dr. Rachana D. Ramteke and Dr. Rachnil Kamavisdar

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In childhood period pratishyaya is most common disease. Prati means abhimookh and Shyaya means gamanam in these the continuous flow is seen.[1] According to acharya dalhan which is commentator of sushrut sanhita pratishyaya is a condition in which kapha, pitta, rakta, move with vata dosha in same direction. So in pratishyaya kaphadi dosha gets upward movement due to vata dosha. Everyone should suffer from these disease. Pratishyaya is not life threatening disease but it affects the routine activity of children as a result growth and development of child may be affected. Recurrence of pratishyaya is mostly seen in childhood period as a immunity of them is not fully developed. Acharya sushrut clearly mentioned pratishyaya is mostly cause due to vata kapha dominance. In the modern science the symptoms of vataj pratishyaya can correlate with allergic rhinitis.[2] Symptoms of Rhinitis are Nasal secretion, Nasal Congestion, itching sensation in nose and nasal obstruction, Heaviness, weakness etc. This disease is also known for its recurrence and chronicity if not treated from its root. Sedentary life style like having exposure to cold weather, air conditioner and cooler and food habits like consuming junk foods, ice creams, cold drinks, curd, sour items like pickles, sauce etc. are the major causative factors of this disease. The disorder creates headache and fatigue, limits routine activities, interferes with sleep and results in poor work performance. Modern medicine undoubtedly relieves symptoms very fast but permanent cure is very much possible through holistic approach of Ayurvedic science. Ayurved, the science of life if applied systematically has the ability to ensure complete cure. A chronic case of Allergic Rhinitis is presented in this paper which got cured by adopting systematic Ayurvedic approach of Vataj pratishyaya.

Keywords: Allergic rhinitis, vataja pratishyaya, Anu taila, Hyperactive air way disease.


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