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Obesity in Ayurveda – a Birds eye view
Dr SRP Kethamakka

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  • 1. Obesity in Ayurveda – a Birds eye view Dr SRP Kethamakka Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ echnoayurveda.com
  • 2. All BI things will have a Small start Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view • Murphy's Fourth Law states that - If there is a possibility of several things going wrong, the one that will cause the most damage will be the one to go wrong.
  • 3. Obesity - a heavy word for body and Mind • Usually everybody wish to be slim & trim • They sacrifice food for it – They sacrifice social activity • sacrifice many more which – – they would like to have • For some – – The dream never fulfils – as they want to see them in mirror at full length – The life for them is tough and tortuous Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view
  • 4. Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view Obesity • Is more than average fatness • Is an abnormal increase of fat in the subcutaneous connective tissues • Rasa (CHO) is the cause of delivering either Sthoulya (obesity) or Karshya (sleekness) (SuSu-15/32) • Swapna (sleep) and Ahara (food) (CSu-21/53) are the factors to endorse obesity • Ayurveda defines the Obesity (Sthoulya) as the excessive depositions malformed fat (durmedas) due to depletion of the Medoagni (fat tissue formative / transformative enzymes /hormones, etc.) in the body
  • 5. Pathogenesis (Samprapti) • Excessive consumpti on of Fats Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view • Increased fat depositions • Obliteration of tissue building process channels Obstructed primary channels – Rasa (Heart), Rakta (Spleen), Mamsa (Liver) [CHO, hem- Globulin, myo-globulin] Increased Medoagni • Increased Hunger • Complications
  • 6. Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view Symptoms Effects – • Decreased lifespan • Diminished activity • Reduced sexual performance • Pendulous movement of • Abdomen • Breast • Buttocks • Heaviness in the body • Weakness • Foul smelling • Over sweating • Polydipsia • polyphagia
  • 7. Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view Complications 1. Diabetes 2. Skin problems (psoriasis, eczema, etc) 3. Erectile dysfunction 4. Hemorrhoids 5. Liver disorders 6. Neural disorders
  • 8. Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view 7 fold classification- • Adibala Pravrutta • Janmabala Pravrutta • Doshabala Pravrutta • Sanghatabala Pravrutta • Kalabala Pravrutta • Daivabala Pravrutta • Swabhavabala Pravrutta VÉx¨É¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ: nùÉä¹É¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ: ºÉÆPÉÉiÉ¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ: EòÉ±É¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ: nèù´É¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ: º´É¦ÉÉ´É¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ: <ÊiÉ - ºÉÖ¸ÉÖiÉ ºÉÚjÉ 24/4
  • 9. Adibala Pravrutta • Matruja (mother) – probably developed because of Matruja beeja avayava Medo vikruti • Pitruja – Asthi beeja avayava – Acetylcholine – citrus acid cycle disturbance – Genetically influenced – where Beeja – Beeja bhaaga avayava (chromosomes) are influenced to give rise obesity • But “Eugenics” – is provided by the Ayurveda to combat the disease to eradicate or to avoid “predominance” of Beeja – Pumsavana - sadvrutta etc. • Apart from this the colonial prophylaxis management as – Atulya Grotriya is followed. • Dystrophia adiposogenitalis, hypothalamic obesity (Hormonal obesity)?? iÉjÉ +ÉÊnù¤É±É|É´ÉÞkÉÉ ªÉä ¶ÉÖGò¶ÉÉäÊhÉiÉ nùÉä¹ÉÉx´ÉªÉä: EÖò¹`öɶÉÇ|ɦÉÞiɪÉ:, iÉä +Ê{É ÊuùÊ´ÉvÉÉ: ¨ÉÉiÉÞVÉÉ: Ê{ÉiÉÞVÉɶSÉ - ºÉÖ¸ÉÖiÉ ºÉÚjÉ 24/5 Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view
  • 10. Janmabala Pravrutta • Rasa kruta (Apatarpana / under nourishment): is, where mother irregular food habits or lack of food or incapacities of taking food leaves an impression over the baby to develop accumulation of food for future use, – habituated to develop obesity – after 2nd World war German born babies are obese - Adiposity • Douhruda pacharaja (Santarpana / over nourishment): eating habits of mother while pregnancy cause fat deposits in child – Douhrudapacharaja literally mother’s deviated habits influence the baby for deranged segregations of Shareera Kleda (Blood Sugar) to develop obesity; – as result of impaired metabolic functions - simple obesity VÉx¨É¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ ªÉä ¨ÉÉiÉÖ®úÉ{ÉSÉÉ®úÉiÉ {ÉRÂóMÉÖVÉÉiɺlÉ ¤ÉÊvÉ®ú ¨ÉÚEò ʨÉÎx¨ÉxÉ ´ÉɨÉxÉ |ɦÉÖiɪÉÉä: VÉɪÉxiÉäiÉä +Ê{É ÊuùÊ´ÉvÉÉ: ®úºÉEÞòiÉÉ: nùÉè¾þnùÉ{ÉSÉÉ®úEÞòiÉɶSÉ - ºÉÖ¸ÉÖiÉ ºÉÚjÉ 24/5 Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view
  • 11. Doshabala Pravrutta • Amashaya Samutha – The pre digestive manifested obesity (Amaja sthoulya) – Here the fats improperly digested are absorbed in to system to cause fat deposits • Pakwashaya Samutha – post digestive manifested obesity – Digested food converts as fat (Nirama sthoulya) nùÉä¹É¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ ªÉä +ÉiÉÆEòºÉ¨ÉÖi{ÉzÉÉ Ê¨ÉvªÉɽþÉ®úÉSÉÉ®ú EÞòiÉɶSÉ iÉä +Ê{É ÊuùÊ´ÉvÉÉ, +ɨɶɪɺɨÉÖilÉÉ: {ÉC´ÉɶɪɺɨÉÖilÉɶSÉ {ÉÖxɶSÉ ÊuùÊ´ÉvÉÉ: ¶É®úÒ®ú ¨ÉÉxɺÉɶSÉ - ¨ÉÉxɺÉÉÊ{É ÊuùÊ´ÉvÉÉ: ®úÉVɺÉÉ: iÉɨɺÉɶSÉ iÉ BiÉä +ÉvªÉÉÎi¨ÉEòÉ: - ºÉÖ¸ÉÖiÉ ºÉÚjÉ 24/5 Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view
  • 12. Sanghatabala Pravrutta • Shastra (armed fight): injury can result in to immobilization; there after to obesity (Abhighataja sthoulya) • Vyala (animal): should be concerned to exogenous causes – Viral obesity – AD36 virus is said to be causing obesity (Krimija sthoulya) ºÉÆPÉÉiÉ¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ ªÉä +ÉMÉxiÉ´ÉÉä nÖù¤ÉDZɺªÉ ¤É±É´ÉÊuùOɽþÉiÉ iÉä +Ê{É ÊuùÊ´ÉvÉÉ: ¶ÉºjÉEÞòiÉÉ: ´ªÉɱÉEÞòiÉɶSÉ BiÉä +ÉÊnù¦ÉÉèÊiÉEòÉ: - ºÉÖ¸ÉÖiÉ ºÉÚjÉ 24/6 ºÉÆPÉÉiÉ¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ <ÊiÉ ºÉÆPÉÉiÉÉä +jÉ +iªÉʪÉEò: ºÉƺÉMÉÇ: - ºÉÖ¸ÉÖiÉ ºÉÚjÉ 24/6 ½þÉ®úhÉSÉÆpù Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view
  • 13. Kalabala Pravrutta EòÉ±É¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ ªÉä ¶ÉÒiÉÉä¹hÉ´ÉÉiɴɹÉÉÇiÉ{É |ɦÉÞÊiÉ ÊxÉʨÉkÉÉ: iÉä +Ê{É ÊuùÊ´ÉvÉÉ: ´ªÉÉ{ÉzÉ @ñÊiÉEÞòiÉÉ: +´ªÉÉ{ÉzÉ @ñiÉÖEÞòiÉɶSÉ - ºÉÖ¸ÉÖiÉ ºÉÚjÉ 24/7 • Seasonal influences are common in manifestation of disease. This cause Agni disturbances. The obesity / weight gain of seasonal variations dependent on food habits which are of external causes implies influence on shareera kleda (glucose) to cause Amashaya samutha obesity with apakwa rasa kleda. – In some seasons sugar levels alters to high and low even – as we see in summer hypoglycemia, etc. cause weight loss or gain. – The cold weather increases the weight (seasonal obesity) Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view
  • 14. Daivabala Pravrutta • In it Vidud-ashanikruta – is said to be any external shock referred to execute electrical impulses that disturb the body environment and cause Hyper or Hypoglycemia can lead to obesity • Pishacha: This word points towards the infectious origins – which could be sudden or communicated viral or Bacterial origins could occur either by contact or epidemiological or transfusion (infective obesity) nèù´É¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ ªÉä näù´ÉpùÉä½þnùʦɶÉ{iÉEòÉ: +vÉ´ÉÇhÉEÞòiÉÉ ={ɺÉMÉÇVÉɶSÉ iÉä +Ê{É ÊuùÊ´ÉvÉÉ: Ê´ÉtÖnù¶ÉÊxÉEÞòiÉÉ: Ê{ɶÉÉSÉÉÊnùEÞòiÉɶSÉ - {ÉÖxɶSÉ ÊuùÊ´ÉvÉÉ: - ºÉƺÉMÉÇVÉÉ: +ÉEòκ¨ÉEòɶSÉ - ºÉÖ¸ÉÖiÉ ºÉÚjÉ 24/7 Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view
  • 15. Swabhavabala Pravrutta • In this the diseases manifested during the un time/ time schedule routines – Children (kapha predominance) are usually obese º´É¦ÉÉ´É¤É±É |É´ÉÞkÉÉ ªÉä IÉÖÎi{É{ÉɺÉÉVÉ®úɨÉÞiªÉÖ ÊxÉpùÉ |ɦÉÞiɪÉ:, iÉä +Ê{É ÊuùÊ´ÉvÉÉ: - EòɱÉVÉÉ: +EòɱÉVÉɶSÉ iÉjÉ {ÉÊ®ú®úIÉhÉ EÞòiÉÉ: EòɱÉVÉÉ: +{ÉÊ®ú®úIÉhÉEÞòiÉÉ: +EòɱÉVÉÉ: - ºÉÖ¸ÉÖiÉ ºÉÚjÉ 24/7 Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view
  • 16. Obesity vis-à-vis Sthoulya • Adiposity: Excessive accumulation of lipids in a site or organ. • simple obesity -obesity resulting when caloric intake exceeds energy expenditure. • morbid obesity - obesity sufficient to prevent normal activity or physiologic function, or to cause the onset of a pathologic condition. • hypothalamic obesity - obesity caused by disease of the hypothalamus. • Dystrophia adiposogenitalis - a disorder characterized primarily by obesity and hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism in adolescent (Fröhlich's syndrome) Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view
  • 17. Obesity Management • Apatarpana (nourishment regulation) • Chedana (liquefying adipose) • Shodhana (elimination of fats) – To reach the Medas – a middle order tissue of 7 dhatu – require medicinal administration – • Oral route • Rectal route • Transcutaneous Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view
  • 18. Conclusion • Obesity measures are many • Food intake regulation is the most important • Consumption of calories leads to regulation of body (Exercise) • Ayurveda suggests – – Prevention is better than cure – Eliminate the excess fat drastically Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/ Obesity in Ayurveda – Birds eye view I did lots to look like this!