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Jadhav Sangeeta Sanjay* and Waghulade Hemangini Sanjay


Background: Ayurvedic treatment for diabetes is multidimensional. By knowing it completely and implementing it perfectly, glycemic control and prevention of it’s precarious complications is possible. Though many Ayurvedic medicines, diet and exercises scientifically proved beneficial in diabetes treatment, some basic principles are still unexplained due to physiological difference of both sciences. Thermoregulation and Thermogenesis are comparatively new aspects related to diabetes. However not enough research has investigated on its pertinence in diabetes treatment. Objective: The study aims to explore concepts of thermoregulation, thermogenesis and diabetes from Ayurvedic perspective. Methods: Classical Ayurvedic texts were searched for prameha. Various research articles and recent studies were searched for the reference of thermoregulation, thermogenesis, hyperlipidemia, insulin and diabetes. Results: The fundamental principle behind each disease is agnimandya i.e. low digestive fire. Among other dushyas of diabetes meda and kleda are two main important factors to be considered. To improve medo dhatwagnimandya in diabetes all the treatment described like aatap sevan, bare foot walking, gaadh udvartan, abhyanga, snana, jalavseka, laghoo aahar and Ushna Veerya, Katu and Tikta Vipaki medicines indirectly helps in thermoregulation and thermogenesis. The same treatment is also observed beneficiary in obesity and hyperlipidemia. Conclusion: So it can be concluded that thermoregulation and thermogenesis are the distinctive factors of Ayurvedic treatment for diabetes since centuries. Also this study will provide a new perspective for conducting clinical trials.

Keywords: Thermoregulation, Thermogenesis, Diabetes, Hyperlipidemia.

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