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IMPORTANCE OF KSHWATHU VEGA IN THE MAINTENANCE OF HEALTH

*Dr. Shabina Mewa Farosh, Dr. Rajesh Kumar Sharma and Dr. Dinesh Chandra Sharma

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Many diseases which are prevalent in the present time are because of the improper life style practices. Properly fed diet, nourishes the rasaadi seven dhatus well. and the remaining or immaterial part of it wants to come out of the body in the form of fecal, urine, When they have a tendancy to experience a certain type of pressure. It should not be suppressed. Body’s constant adjustment and adaptation in response to stress and change in the internal environment for maintaining an inner equilibirium called Homeostasis. The function of sneezing is to expel mucus containing irritants from the nasal cavity, it is involuntary action those beneficial for health. Due to prevailing modern culture sneezing is suppressed because it is not considered good status symbol. Due to suppression of kshwathu vega headache weakness of sensory organs etc. problems are produced. A sneeze is one of our body’s first defenses against invading bacteria. So this study aims to establish importance of kshwathu vega for maintainances of the health.

Keywords: Vega, Adharniya vega, Kshwathu vega, Homeostasis, Pathophysiology, Sneezing reflex, Harmful effect of vega vidharna.kshwathu.


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