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AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE ON RAJONIVIRITTI JANYA VIKAAR (MENOPAUSAL SYNDROME)

Dr. Himanshi Singh*, Dr. Shashi Sharma and Dr. Reshma

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Ayurveda is an indigenous system of medical science offers various modalities for management of healthy living. Ayurveda not only emphasized curative approaches for health management but also suggested some preventive measures too. Ayurvedic text provides no single straight reference of Rajonivritti. The phase of “Menarche” and “Menopause” have great importance and influences on women physical, psychological, social as well as emotional existence. Menopause is not a disease, but a natural transition in women life, usually at an average age of 46- 55 years. With menopause there is fall of sex hormones, estrogen which leads to various change in female body. Women always remain subservient to men though older women in India do enjoy a measure of respect as a senior member of family. Unfortunate this enhanced status does not allow women to share problems facing during menopause with family members and to society also. Though Menopause is a natural occurring milestone in a women life, Menopause is defined as final cessation of menstruation with a group of symptoms, at which the women gradually change from the reproductive life into one of senescence which leads to a drastic change in her life style. Average age of menopause in our country is 47 years much less than their western counter parts 51 years. During reproductive years, women are protected by female hormones ie. Estrogen and Progesterone. By the start of menopause, women enter into estrogen deficient phase, which accelerates her ageing process results in appearance of various psychosomatic problems. Hot flushes, Night sweats, palpitation, depression, anxiety mood swings, loss of libido etc. are some of menopausal outcomes effecting the Quality of life (QoL). The context of menopause in Ayurveda relates with Rajoniviritti janyalakshana.

Keywords: Rajonivritti, Menopause, Qualityof life.


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