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OBSERVATIONAL STUDY TO ASSESS ASTHI SARATA IN POST MENOPAUSAL WOMEN WITH BONE MINERAL DENSITY

*Dr. Rashmi Arvind Kumar Dohare and Dr. Archana A. Kulkarni

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Ayurveda the science of life focuses on the health of each individual. Various concepts like Tridosha, Sapta Dhatu, Trimala, Aagni etc have been mentioned in Ayurveda to enhance the wellbeing of humans. Dhatus are the one which supports the body to maintain equilibrium. Sarata of the dhatu tells us about the Bala of Dhatu. If Dhatus are Saravan then the overall strength of the person against the disease will be good and if diseased, the severity of the disease will be less. Asthi Dhatu is the one which does dharana and helps in maintaining the posture of the body. As the age progresses, there will be depletion of dhatus which will lead to Dhatu asarata. Asthi Asarata is the most common thing which is observed in post menopausal women. So an observational study was carried out to assess Asthi Dhatu Sarata Lakshanas in post menopausal women with bone mineral density. At the end of the study, it was found that Asthi Dhatu Sarata Parikshan is very important to check the quality of bones in elderly women so that the risk of fractures can be reduced to some extent by taking preventive measures with the help of proper diet and medicines in early stages of life.

Keywords: Asthi Dhatu, BMD, Dhatu Sarata.


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