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A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF YASTIMADHU GRANULES AND SYRUP BRAHMI IN MANAGEMENT OF SHAYYAMUTRA W.S.R TO ENURESIS IN CHILDREN

Dr. Anjna Kumari* and Dr. Minakshi Chaudhary

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Ayurveda is not only a system of medicine but in true sense it is a science of life. The whole philosophy of Ayurveda is based on achieving, maintaining and promoting health. Kaumarbhritya emerged as an independent medical specialty. Child health has assumed great significance in all over world. Psychiatric disorders in children are very common interfering with their development, education and their future by repercussions on their day by day quality of life. Enuresis is defined as involuntary discharge of urine after the age at which bladder control should have been established. Children may afraid to sleep over at friends home for fear of having enuresis. Parents often feel helpless to stop it. This problem can lead to long lasting effects on children‟s psychological life and children lack in study and other activities. Aim: Determine the role of Yastimadhu Granules and Syrup Brahmi in management of Shayyamutra w.s.r to Enuresis in Children. Materials and Methods: The study was conducted on 36 children of Enuresis for a period of 4weeks. Cardinal symptom of disease i.e. passing of urine in bed and other associated features like deep sleep, shamefulness etc. were documented before, during and after treatment. Statistical Analysis Used: Observations of the study were analyzed and findings were evaluated by using statistical methods Results: In the present study 54.42% improvement in Passing of urine in bed was observed with Yastimadhu Granules, 69.53% with Syrup Brahmi. No adverse effect of the trial drug was observed during the study. Conclusion: The results suggest that Syrup Brahmi showed better result than Yastimadhu Granules in Enuresis.

Keywords: Shayyamutra, Psychiatric disorder, Enuresis, Involuntary, Cardinal symptom.


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