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ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF MADHUMEHA & ITS MANAGEMENT

Dr. Aradhana Kande*

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Diabetes mellitus was mentioned in Ayurvedic classics as Madhumeha and it is as old as the history of mankind. In charaka Samhita, Madhumeha has been described as a type of vataja prameha which is charactrised by passing of honey like Urine in excess amount. Twenty types of Prameha if ignored and not treated properly in time can convert into madhumeha and become incurable. Madhumeha (Diabetes mellitus) is a multifacrorial disease resulting from a gene environment interaction. Diabetes mellitus has now become most common among all the diseases in present era. Madhumeha (Diabetes mellitus) is the disorder of carbohydrate metabolism. Beta cells of Langerhans in Pancreas do not produce insulin in Sufficient quantity to digest the Corbohy-drates consumed in the food. This resuts in the increase of sugar in the blood. Diabetes mellitus is becoming fastest considerabl diseases in the world. It is a metabolic disorder may result in deficiency or dysfunction of the insulin production. The preventive measures in Ayurveda can prevent the disease. The main causative factor is said to be sedentary lifestyle and food habits.

Keywords: Madhumeha, Nidana (Causative factor) Samprapti (Etiopathogensis) Management.


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