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Ayurveda Diagnosis II



Indian drug names three fundamental driver of infection – ‘abuse’, “neglect” or “abuse” of resources; ‘blunders in judgment’; and impact of regular changes. As indicated by Ayurveda every human diseas can be ordered into the seven general classifications, to be specific :

  1. Hereditary (Adibalapravritta)

Comprises of sicknesses as determined skin illnesses, hemorrhoids, diabetes, tuberculosis and asthma that emerge essentially because of deformities in the sperm (sukra) of the father – when it is called pitrija or the ovum (sonita) of the mother – when it is termed matrja.

Undigested nourishment, irregular conduct, enslavement of any sort and upsetting circumstances influence the conceptive components of both the male and female, bringing about an inadequate baby.

  1. Inherent (Janmabalapravritta)

Created basically because of nutritious issue (rasakrita) and unfulfilled desires of the mother amid pregnancy (dauhrdya)

On the off chance that eating routine and/or behavior of the mother exasperates vata, the hatchling may wind up with disfigurements as kyphosis (hunchback), sightlessness and dwarfism; expanded pitta may bring about alopecia and yellowish pigmentation of skin; and upgraded kapha may bring about albinism.

  1. Established (Doshabalapravritta)

Emerge out of any dietary or behavioral aggravation achieved by an awkwardness in any of the three fundamental physical energies (Tridoshas) or the three indispensable mental energies (Trigunas).

In this way sacred issue are of two sorts : physical (Sharirika) & psychic (Manasika).

  1. Traumatic (Sanghatabalapravritta)

Experiencing any injury bringing about experience – outer or inner – prompts this.

Outside injury is actuated by wounds dispensed by sharp instruments and nibbles of creatures or venomous creepy crawlies.

Push and overstrain lead to inner injury.

  1. Occasional (Klabalapravritta)

Realized by changes in the subtleties of regularity.

At times the body neglects to conform itself to the sudden and strange climatic changes – great chilly may prompt frostbite and rheumatic infection. While compelling warmth may bring about sunstroke or fever.

  1. Irresistible and Spiritual (Daivabalapravritta)

Either resulting from normal catastrophes as lightning, seismic tremors, surges and the imperceptible, threatening strengths of nature.

On the other hand reached through sexual & physical closeness and sharing of sustenance, plates, bed, garments, towels and beauty care products with effected companions & relatives.

On the other hand as a consequence of sheer desire.

  1. Regular (Swabhavbalapravritta)

Indeed, even the healthiest of individuals are struck by yearning, thirst, rest, passing or infirmity.

Achieved by utilitarian, natural and characteristic changes in the body.

In Ayurveda, doctors attempt to evaluate the indications of these infections as much as the way of infirmity and its underlying drivers (nidana). This is of most extreme significance in guaranteeing right decision of medicinal & preventive measures for treatment of the sickness. For something else, even after treatment, one may not get the coveted reaction and there would remain a possibility of repeat.

The early signs and indications (purvaroopa) give valuable notices and the open door for making fundamental move before an ailment can accept unsafe sizes. The principle signs and side effects (roopa) mirror the genuine nature and power of the infection. Another oft utilized system for conclusion is exploratory treatment (upasaya) which uses eating regimen, prescriptions and schedules to recognize sicknesses generally hard to analyze. Acting either against the reason for sickness or the malady itself or creating help. Case in point a swelling that is reduced by a slick & hot back rub, is clearly brought on by a lopsidedn



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