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Dr. Diptendu Kumar Dash* and Dr. Aparna Sharma


Hearing loss is partial or complete inability to receive & interpretation of sound stimuli in unilateral or bilateral ear. The ear is a complex & sensitive organ in our body. Damage to the organ, whether through any disease, trauma, nutritional deficiencies, long term exposure to noise pollution, and some drugs or simply due to the effect of aging can result in hearing impairment. 360 million populations of the world are suffering through hearing disability. The prevalence of hearing loss in South East Asia ranges from 4.6% to 8.8%. In India 63 million people (6.3%) suffering from significant auditory loss. Badhirya is one among the karna-gata rogas and happens due to the vitiation of vata and kapha. Mainly its vata predominant disease and can be correlated with sensorineural hearing loss. Deafness is impaired hearing and it is a great, social and educational handicap. The term deaf is frequently applied to those who are deficient hearing as well as people who are unable to detect the loudest sound. In 1980 who recommended that the deaf should be applied only to those individuals whose hearing impairment is so severe that they are unable to benefit from any type of amplification. Hearing loss sometimes accompanies with tinnitus (sense of uncomfortable sound in the ear) & vertigo (feeling of spinning movement around self). In the present study Trikatukadi Gutika orally & Dashamula taila karnapuran has been tried in 30 patients for evaluation of its clinical efficacy and adverse / side effects if any. It was observed that Trikatukadi gutika & Dashamula taila combination showed better results (29% m improved in badhirya, 55% improvement in karnanada & 40% improvement in bhrama. None of the patient reported any adverse effect during or after the treatment.

Keywords: Badhirya, karnanad, bhrama, deafness, sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL).

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