Abstract
ROLE OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINES, YOGAASANA AND PRANAYAMA IN MENOPAUSAL SYNDROME- A CLINICAL STUDY

Dr. Vanishree S. K.* and Dr. Ramesh M.

ABSTRACT

Women goes through variable stages during her reproductive life. Menarche and Menopause are the landmarks of reproductive stage of woman's life. Menopause is generally defined as cessation of periods for 12 months or a period equivalent to three previous cycles or as time of cessation of ovarian function resulting in permanent amenorrhea. It represents end of her reproductive life. During this period there is gradual progressive loss of ovarian follicular activity. Rajonivritti occurs between the age of 40-55years, aging gracefully isn’t always easy, especially when the uncomfortable symptoms of menopause set in. It is often accompanied with psychological symptoms such as mood disturbances, insomnia, anxiety, depression, memory loss, and somatic disturbances. Menopausal syndrome begins with menstrual irregularities and extends to one year after permanent cessation of menses. Modern medicine tries to manage menopausal syndrome with hormones. However hormonal therapy has its own short comings. Stress and modern living conditions disturb this transitional phase in a woman’s life and the quality of life gets impaired. This is where Ayurvedic line of treatment can restore the quality of life without any toxic side effects. Yoga and pranayama have been proved to act effectively to reduce stress. Hereby discussing clinical study where ayurvedic medicines along with yoga and pranayama is discussed here with fruitful outcomes.

Keywords: menopause,amenorrhoea, hormones, yoga, pranayama, Clinical study.


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