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AYURVEDIC REVIEW ARTICLE ON MADHUMEHA W.S.R DIABETES MELLITUS

*Dr. Veenu Yadav, Dr. Rajesh Meshram, Dr. Shraddha Sharma, Dr. Shwetal Shivhare, Dr. Vivek Sharma and Dr. Swati Nagpal

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The present era is full of chaos, stress and strain due to lifestyle modification, change in dietary habits, urbanization and industrialization. This has led in the upsurge of many diseases and one of them is Prameha. In Ayurveda classics Madhumeha and Prameha share a common aetiology as Madhumeha is one of the subtypes of Vataja Prameha. Prameha is considered as Kapha Pradhan Vyadhi, the aggravated Kapha along doshas is responsible for the clinical manifestation of Prameha. The common symptoms produced on manifestation of the disease are Prabhutmutrata, Avilmutrata. In Madhumeha the specific characteristic of urine is sweet, rooksha consisting of Oja and it resembles with honey. According to various Acharyas, all types of Prameha if not resolved properly on time will ultimately convert into Madhumeha India is set to emerge as the diabetic capital of the world. Diabetes results from a complex interaction of genetic, factors environmental, and lifestyle factors resulting in insulin resistance in peripheral tissue or insulin secretory defect of beta cell (type 2 diabetes) or an absolute insulin deficiency because of destruction of beta cell by an autoimmune process (type 1 diabetes) resulting in chronic hyperglycaemia with altered carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism. 90% of the total known diabetic cases are of type 2 DM. The common symptoms of hyperglycaemia include polyuria, polydipsia, blurry vision, weight loss, fatigue, frequent superficial infections (vaginitis, fungal skin infections) and slow healing of skin lesions after minor trauma. Treatment modalities includes shamana and shodhana chikitsa which are given by different Acharyas. Details will be discussed in full paper.

Keywords: Prameha, Madhumeha, Diabetes, Vata, Kapha dosha.


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