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A REVIEW ARTICLE ON MANYASTAMBHA W.S.R CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS

Dr. Julee Meena*, Prof. (Dr.) Pramod Kumar Mishra, Dr. Indu Sharma and Dr. Brahmanand Sharma

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Manyastamba is one among the 80 kinds of VathajaNanatmaja Vikaras.[6] In Manyastamba the rear of the neck turns out to be firm or inflexible and the developments of the neck are weakened. Ruk (torment) and Stambha (firmness) are the fundamental side effects of Manyastambha. Manyastambha is one of the ways of life problems which is caused because of unnecessary utilization of engine vehicle, voyaging, continually sitting and working for a more drawn out span, lifting significant burdens, absence of activity or yoga, taking undesirable food varieties. Alongside this Vata, Kaphadosa likewise gets related causing Manyastamba.[1] Vata is vitiated either by Avarana or by Dhatukshaya. The vitiated Vata is held up in Kapha stana in this way including Kapha Dosha in the pathophysiology. As in any sickness, Manyastambha additionally in the event that not treated in the underlying stages can additionally disintegrate. However the Kapha Anubhandatha is recognized in the underlying phases of the infection, when it becomes persistent, just Vataja association is seen. Manyastamba can be related to cervical spondylosis. Cervical spondylosis, additionally called joint pain of the neck, is a typical age- related condition that influences the joints and plates of cervical vertebrae. In this condition, there will be degeneration between vertebral plates, cervical spine, and a hard abundance of contiguous vertebrae. Signs and side effects of cervical spondylosis incorporate torment, shortcoming, squandering of muscles and disability of reflexes and developments.[3]

Keywords: Manyastamba, Vata, pathophysiology, Cervical spondylosis, Dosha.


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