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PHYSIOLOGY OF PAIN AND ITS MANAGEMENT IN AYURVEDA W.S.R. TO SUCHIVEDHAN KARMA

Dr. Tabassum Kauser Iqbal Ahmed Khan*, Dr. D. T. Kodape, Dr. R. S. Dhimdhime, Dr. Swapnali P. Mate

Abstract

Pain is the most common symptom, it is universally accepted as a signal of disease that brings the patient to a physician‟s attention. It is a sensation where other inputs such as emotional distress or spiritual distress may evoke the same overall feeling as a physical injury.[1] Any pain either of moderate or higher intensity is accompanied by anxiety. It disturbs the routine life of patient. Patient becomes worried or anxious to get relief from the pain. In textual references of Ayurveda, the symptom pain is closely related to Shul or Vedna. In this condition, the vitiated humour Vata is localized in different regions of body like Asthi, Sandhi, Kati, Prushtha and produces pain. When Vata gets vitiated, it dries up the ligaments of the joints and constricts the Snayu present there and causes pain at that joint. The Vedhan Karma can be done by different instruments out of which Suchi is also mentioned by Sushrut Samhita. Suchivedhan can be considered as modified form of Siravedha.

Keywords: Pain, Suchivedhan Karma.


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