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Komal Rathore* and Ravi Sharma


Majority of many chronic diseases relevant today are now being claimed as lifestyle disease. Ayurveda has a potential to preventing life style disorders. Diabetes is a major health problem for the world in the 21st century. Acharya Charaka has classified according to body constitution, Sthula or Balawan rogi and Durbal or Krisha Rogi of Madhumeha. For Sthula or obese patients diet should be prescribe which is Apatarpana and Krisha or lean and thin Acharya Sushruta has classified two type of Madhumeha-Sahaja meha rogi (juvenile diabetes mellitus, generally remain Krisha) and Apathya-nimittaja-rogi (acquired or dietetic reason diabetes remain Sthula). This classification of the disease is important from the management point of view and treatment principle of madhumeha includes palliative care, rejuvenation therapy, dietary interventions and lifestyle modification. Ayurvedic acharaya have widely described the role of diet and activities to control madhumeha along with medications. The Ahara Vyavastha, Dincharya and Rutucharya are important in the prevention of Madhumeha. The Yogasanas and physical exercise also may be helpful in the prevention of the Madhumeha. Specific diet and lifestyle is mentioned that will be discussed in broadly.

Keywords: Madhumeha, Diabetes, Ahara. Vihar, Lifestyle Effect.

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