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  1. 1. MUD THERAPY<br />By <br />s3,<br />BNYS(1st year)<br />SVYASA<br />
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION<br />FIVE ELEMENTS…<br />INTRODUCTION OF MUD THERAPY<br />DEFINATION OF MUD THERAPY<br />MUD, CONTENT AND IT’S PROPERTISES<br />HOW MUD WORKS<br />THERAPEUTIC MUD<br />TYPES OF APPLICATION<br />BENEFITS OF MUD<br />CASE PRESENTATION<br />REFERENCES<br />CONTENTS…<br />
  3. 3. FIVE ELEMENTS…<br />
  4. 4. Mud therapy was used extensively for remedial purpose in ancient time as well as middle ages<br />In modern time it again came in to prominence as a valuable therapeutic agent <br />Earth (Mud) have remarkable healing effects on human body<br />INTRODUCTION OF MUD THERAPY<br />
  5. 5. Treating disease by using mud, is called as the mud therapy<br />DEFINATION OF MUD THERAPY<br />
  6. 6. MUD, CONTENT AND IT’S PROPERTISES<br />A higher amount of minerals and plant residues, which is the main reason for its medical properties<br />It is the earth element so the mud is having magnetic properties <br />
  7. 7. HOW MUD WORKS<br />The damp, moistness of the mud relaxes the skin and opens the pores<br />This allows toxins to be drawn out at the same time nutrients are absorbed from mud<br />As the mud dries the skin is tightened and circulation of blood and lymph is increased<br />Increased the circulation delivers nutrients all over the body, Ex; like Oxygen <br />
  8. 8. THERAPEUTIC MUD<br /><ul><li>PREPARATION…
  9. 9. The material used for mud therapy is mostly clay
  10. 10. It is taken from 3-4 feet below the surface of earth
  11. 11. Ensure that the clay does not contain any impurities like compost or pebbles
  12. 12. First we have to dry it under the sun to kill the bacteria
  13. 13. Then we have to mix hot water to it then cool and see that it has a consistency like soft dough
  14. 14. It should stick and not to be thin enough to slid down when used in the pack</li></li></ul><li>TYPES OF APPLICATION<br />Mud pack <br />Mud bath<br />
  15. 15. Take the mud and spread it on a strip of cloth(the size may vary according to the requirement)<br />Then place it on the part of the body which is to be treated <br />Cover it with some protected material like thick woolen cloth<br />This pack can be removed after 10-30mins<br />Can sit under sun light for few min.<br />MUD PACK<br />
  16. 16. MUD BATH <br />Mud bath covers the whole body<br />The clay is spread on a huge cloth <br />Then the cloth is warped around the body<br />This pack is for 30 mins to 1hr<br />The patient should exposed to the sun light<br />
  17. 17. Restores proper skin pH<br />It has also Anti-inflammatory effect<br />Mud has anti -aging effect<br />It regenerates healthy skin<br />Mud has detoxifying and toning effect on skin<br />Mud Therapy reduces pain and aches<br />Mud therapy relieves the body from stress related problem<br />Relieves internal congestion and pain<br />BENEFITS OF MUD<br />
  18. 18. It helps in natural hormone balancing of body<br />It provides relaxation to the eyes<br />It gets rid of many allergies, skin diseases such as leprosy as well as psoriasis<br />General weakness and nervous disorders are also cured<br />Kidney disorders can be removed as well as stomach trouble can be removed<br />Gout can be removed, arthritis, rheumatism, asthma, diabetes etc<br />BENEFITS OF MUD cont…<br />
  19. 19. Mud applications usually include heart conditions and anomalies of blood pressure<br /> Thermal mud treatment is not recommended for patients with acute pain due to inflammation<br />CONTRAINDICATION<br />
  20. 20. CASE PRESENTATION<br />Case Study <br /> ‘A’ Sec-<br />  <br />Name : Sharan Kumar<br />Age : 22 year<br />Occupation : Student<br />Sex : Male<br />Weight : 68 kg<br />Height : 167 cm<br /> <br />Chief Complaint : Itching and patches on hand and legs<br />  <br />Personal History : <br /> Appetite : Good<br /> Bowel : Good<br /> Sleep : Sound<br /> Maturation : Regular<br /> Alcohol : No<br /> Smoking : No<br />
  21. 21. Past History : Nothing significant<br /> <br />Family History : Nil<br /> <br /> <br />Medicine History : Ayurvedic medicine<br />Physical Examination : <br /> CNS : NAD<br /> Digestive System : NAD<br /> Respiratory system : NAD<br />Vital significance :<br /> PR : 74<br /> BP : 120/82<br /> RR : 14<br />Diagnostic : Psoriasis <br />Therapy :Mud therapy<br /> Mud bath(7 days)<br />Case presentation cont…<br />
  22. 22. http://www.wikipedia.org<br />Nature cure by, Bakaru<br />http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/<br />Regional naturopathy<br />REFERENCES<br />
  23. 23. Thank you<br />

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