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This is a presentation by Dr.Gayatridevi on Diabetes.

This is a presentation by Dr.Gayatridevi on Diabetes.

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  • 1. Say “no” to Diabetes through Ayurveda
    • Diabetes mellitus is madhumeha in Ayurveda.
    • Diabetes mellitus---siphoning of honey urine
    • Madhumeha—honey urine
  • 2. Life style disorder
    • Metabolic disorder
    • Related to vitiated kapha dosha and increased medo dhatu
  • 3. Predisposing factors
    • Age groups—any age group, chances increase with age.
    • Sex-seen more in women
    • Hereditary
    • Weight-excess weight in adult diabetes
    • Inactivity
    • Stress
  • 4. Ayurveda-Causative factors
    • Asyasukham-sedentary habits
    • Swapna sukham-excessive sleep
    • Dadhini-eating curd in excess
    • Gramyaudakanupa rasaah--------meat of domestic, aquatic and marshyland animals
    • Excessive intake of milk products
    • Navannapaanam—foods made of freshly harvested grains &reshly prepared alcoholic drinks
    • Gudavaikritam-gaggery preparations/sweets
  • 5. Ayurveda-Types of diabetes
    • Sahaja prameha -congenital
    • Apathyanimittaja prameha -due to over eating and poor habits
  • 6. Types of diabetes (Modern)
    • Type 1- insulin dependent/ juvenile
    • Type2- non insulin dependent-in adults
  • 7. Purvarupas/ premonitary symptoms
    • 1. Sweda-Profuse sweating
    • 2. Angagandham- Foul smell of the body
    • 3. Anga shidhilathwam- Looseness of the body
    • 4. Sayyasana swapnasukhabhishangithwam --Feeling of lethargy
    • 5. Hridayopadeham- Feeling of some thing coated or heaviness of Hridaya
  • 8.
    • 6. Netropadeham- Feeling of some thing coated
    • on eyes
    • 7. Jihwopadeham- sensation of a coated
    • tongue
    • 8. Shravanopadeham- Feeling of coating on ears
    • 9. Anga ghanathwam -Heaviness of body parts
    • 10. Keshathivridhi- Excessive growth of hairs
    • 11. Nakhathivridhi- Excessive growth of Nails
    • 12. Sheetha priyathwam- Affinity towards cold
  • 9.
    • 13. Gala shosham- Dryness of throat
    • 14. Thalu shosham -Dryness of palate
    • 15. Asya madhuryam -Sweet taste in mouth
    • 16. Karadaham- Burning sensation of palms
    • 17. Pada daham -Burning sensation of soles
    • 18. Moothra madhuryam- Sweetness of urine
  • 10. Symptoms
    • Frequent urination
    • Increased thirst
    • Extreme hunger
    • Weakness and tiredness
    • Loss of weight
    • Skin infections
  • 11. Diagnosis
    • GTT
    • Blood sugar and urine sugar
    • HbA1C
  • 12. Complications
    • Infections
    • Blood pressure
    • Arteriosclerosis  heart attack/stroke/claudication
    • Kidney disease &failure
    • Retinopathy
    • Neuropathy
  • 13. Ayurveda-prognosis
    • 1. Sadhya – curable-early diagnosis, apathyaja, seen in obese.
    • 2. Yapya - pal liable
    • 3. Asadhya – Incurable but manageable-sahaja/congenital/ seen in young and thin
  • 14. Treatment
    • Depends on
    • 1) The prakrithi of the patient
    • 2) Predominant dosha of the disease
    • 3) Dooshya –involved tissues
    • 4) Obstruction in srothas
    • 5) Manasika Prakrithi
    • 6) Ahara & Vihara
    • 7) Hereditary factors etc..
  • 15. Treatment
    • 1) Ahara (Diet)
    • 2) Vihara ( Exercise)
    • 3) Aushadha (medicine)
  • 16. Ahara
    • Regular, frequent and small quantities
    • Rice/ wheat-limited quantity
    • More vegetables, greens, legumes
    • Fruits –other than grapes, chikku, seethafal, mango
    • Eat bitters-bitter gourd, cluster beans, snake gourd, neem leaves, methi
  • 17.
    • Avoid –
    • Sugar, sweets
    • Refined flour
    • Soft drinks, alcohol
    • Meat
    • Fats-saturated fats
  • 18. Vihara
    • Regular exercise-
    • Lowers blood sugar levels during and after exercise
    • Increases sensitivity to insulin
    • Strengthens heart and lungs
    • Decreases bad cholesterol and increases good cholesterol
    • Reduces stress
  • 19. Aushadhas
    • 1) Snehanam –use of oils internally &
    • externally
    • 2) Sodhanam -Purification therapy –
    • Vamanam/ Virechanam/ Vasthi
    • 3) Samanam
  • 20. Herbs for diabetes
    • Bitter gourd/karela+ 10-12 neem leaves-20 ml juice– on empty stomach daily
    • Methi seeds- 1 spoon soaked in butter milk-once a day
    • Guduchi-leaf/whole plant juice daily
    • Jamun seeds-powder 3gms
    • Gudmar-leaf powder 2-3gms
    • Cinnamon-leaf powder 1-3 gms
  • 21. Some formulae
    • Amla juice 10ml+ fresh turmeric juice 10ml- daily before food
    • Amla powder 2gms+ turmeric powder 2gms-daily before food
    • Patola leaves (snake gourd bitter variety)+ neem bark powder + amla powder + daru haridra powder---3 gms of the mixture twice daily
  • 22. Ayurvedic drugs
    • Chandraprabha vati, Tarakeswara ras, Trivang shila, Vasantha kusumakar, Shilajith, Jambavasavam-are some of the Ayurvedic medicines-to be strictly taken under medical supervision.
  • 23. Say “No” to diabetes
    • Avoid the causative factors
    • Maintain good dietary habits
    • Restrict sugar intake
    • Do proper exercise
    • Relax/ de-stress
    • If there is hereditary factor- take preventive herbal medicines
  • 24. Thank you
    • Dr.Gayatridevi
    • Ayurvedic consultant
    • Specialist in Gyneac and chronic diseases
    • 022-22183149

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