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PATHOLOGICAL PROGRESSION, CAUSES AND AYURVEDA MANAGEMENT OF METABOLIC SYNDROME

Dr. Nilesh Subhash Kulthe* and Dr. Suryakiran P. Wagh

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The diseases related to metabolic abnormalities are considered as metabolic disorders and these diseases mainly arise due to the disturbed life and dietary pattern. Sthaulya, Prameha, Hridroga and hypertension, etc. are metabolic diseases which affects health status of society badly. Ayurveda described Santarpanjanya Vikaras as diseases due to the defective metabolism. Pathologically disease mainly involves vitiation of Rasa, Medadhatu, Rakta, Mamsa and Srotasa, etc. The major metabolic disorders are comes under category of Amasayottha vyadhi which affects Udara Sthana and Gala pradesa.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Metabolic Syndrome, Sthaulya, Prameha, Hridroga.


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