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ROLE OF AYURVEDA ON PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDER & ITS MANAGEMENTS IN AYURVEDA

Dr. Jaleshwar Singh*, Dr. Poonam Naik, Dr. Gitanjali Sasmal and Dr. Ashok Kumar

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Introduction:- Ayurveda is a science of life and the ancient traditional medicine of India. Prevention and cure of disease is an aim of ayurveda. Psychosomatic - psyche (mind) and soma (body) -A psychosomatic disorder is a disease which involves both mind and body. Some physical diseases are thought to be particularly prone to be made worse by mental conditions such as stress and anxiety. Charaka has described basically three factors are responsible for the origin of illness i.e asatmendriyartha samyoga, pragyaparadha and parinama or kala. Meterials and Methods:- Various Ayurvedic Books, Modern literature, Text books, Articles, and Journals are studied for this review work. Discussion:- Ayurveda essentially sees every disease as a psychosomatic manifestation and views the mind and body as two aspects of one unity. There are a lot of diseases described in Ayurveda which are basically related to mana but produces systematic symptoms. These are named on the basis of involved manasika vikara as Shokaja-Kamaj-Krodhaja jvara, Bhayaja- Shokaja atisara, Unmada, Apasmara, Nindranasa, aruchi, etc. This article is an attempt to develop understanding regarding manas and its role in maintaining health. As manas is an invisible entity so it difficult to understand and is known only through its functions. The Lifestyle and food habits of present era are responsible for the causation of various psychological and psychosomatic disorders. The scope of the practice of Yoga, Sadvritta, Medhya Rasayana therapy and similar other ancient positive health measures in the prevention and treatment of stress and psychosomatic disorders may be fruitfully explored.

Keywords: Factor activity, psychiatric illness, Treatment Access, Mental Conditions.


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