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SADVRUTTA- A NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL TENOR TO INTERCEPT MANAS ROGA

Dr. Shalini* and Dr. M. B. Gaur

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Ayurveda and WHO define health “A state of equilibrium between one's physical, mental, social, and spiritual well-being.”[1] Many fundamental ideas in ayurveda have an impact on both the physical and mental well-being of people. One of these is sadvrutta that has been explained by acharyas. Sadvrutta or code of conduct is intended to maintain a healthy or balanced state of both the body and the mind. Manas roga, according to ayurveda, are the result of satvic imbalance. The inherent character of the mind is largely due to satva. If rajas or tamas dominate, satva loses its dominance; signs include sadness, anxiety-neurosis, stress, feigned wrath, schizophrenia, and, most importantly, melancholia. The factors that determine whether a mind is normal or abnormal include balanced, excessive, negative, and perverted conjunctions. Manas roga is the anomaly caused by dosha vitiation in manovaha srotas (psychological conditions). Over the past few decades, there have been an alarming number of physical and psychological health issues due to rapid economic development and rising westernisation of lifestyle. In sadvrutta there are description of different behaviour in perspective to situations and people. Following these would have positive impact on our mental health in contemporary times. Thus, prevention and somewhat cure of psychological and psychosomatic problems may be possible. An effort is made to comprehend the role of sadvrutta in mental health in the article that follow.

Keywords: Health, Sadvrutta, Manas roga, Manovaha srotas, Psychosomatic disorders.


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