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Abstract

AYURVEDA FOR CHEMO-RADIOTHERAPY INDUCED SIDE EFFECTS IN CANCER PATIENTS

*Deepika Puri, Dr. Surinder Sharma, Dr. Rohit Johari and Dr. S. R. Shahi

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Chemotherapy medications and radiotherapy are profoundly harmful and both harm neighboring solid cells. Incidental effects might be intense (happening inside couple of weeks after treatment), halfway or late (happening months or a long time after the treatment). Some significant symptoms of chemotherapy are: sickness, heaving, loose bowels, mucositis, alopecia, clogging and so on; while radiation treatment however controlled locally, can create foundational side outcomes like weakness, anorexia, queasiness, spewing, change in the taste, rest unsettling influence, migraine, sickliness, dry skin, stoppage and so forth Late inconveniences of these treatments likewise incorporate pharyngitis, esophagitis, laryngitis, steady dysphagia, weakness, hepatotoxicity, fruitlessness and intellectual deficiencies. These varieties of aftereffects devastatingly affect the personal satisfaction of disease survivors. Because of the disappointment of the greater part of the radio-defenders and chemo-defenders in controlling the symptoms of traditional malignant growth treatment the correlative and elective drugs have drawn in the perspective on scientists and clinical experts all the more as of late. This survey targets giving a thorough administration convention of previously mentioned chemoradiotherapy aftereffects dependent on Ayurveda, which is an old arrangement of customary medication rehearsed in Indian landmass starting around 5000 BC. At the point when the significant results of chemo-radiotherapy are glanced through an Ayurvedic viewpoint, apparently they are the indications of irritated pitta dosha, particularly under the gathering of problems called Raktapitta (drain) or Raktadushti (vascular aggravation). Every one of the major and normal secondary effects are covered and in view of exhaustive audit of antiquated vedic writing and current logical confirmations, Ayurveda based mediations are advanced. This original copy should help clinicians and individuals experiencing malignant growth to battle genuine chemoradiotherapy related aftereffects through basic yet successful locally established Ayurveda cures. The cures portrayed are usually accessible and safe. These straightforward Ayurveda based arrangements might go about as a significant adjuvant to chemo-radiotherapy and upgrade the personal satisfaction of disease patients.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Cancer, Chemotherapy, Radiotherapy, Side Effects.


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