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  1. 1. Amruta Bindu +¨ÉÞiÉ Ë¤ÉnÖù @ÈÚßä}Ú ¸M¥Úß Volume 1, Issue 3 email:- November 2000 NON—PHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES Editor in Chief : IN HYPERTENSION Dr. G.B. Patil, DR ASHOK KUMAR PANDA, M.D.[Ay] Principal Lecturer, P.G.Dept. of Kayachikitsa. Hypertension has become the landmark of total Editor: cardiovascular and cerebro-vascular risks of individuals. These Dr. K. Siva Rama Prasad, two emergencies are most common and also lead to maximum Reader in Kayachikitsa morbidity and mortality in our country. W.H.O.ISH—93 PGARC, DGMAMC (international society of hypertension) defines the lower limit of hypertension is 140mmHg systolic and 90mmHg diastolic. The role of stress in the patho-physiology of primary hypertension is Contributing Editors : well understood which is the highest incidence in hypertensive Dr.R.K.Gachhinamath patients. Dr. R.R. Joshi Non-pharmacological approaches are defined as Dr. C.M.Sarangamath drugless therapies orally with life style modification and/ or di- Dr. U.V.Purad etary restriction. Globally this treatment is appreciated due to Dr.AK.Panda the side effects and drug interactions of natural and synthetic Dr. S.H.Doddamani medicines. Ayurveda the heritage of medicine has a wide area of drugless therapy. Among the three types of treatment modali- ties “Daivavyapashraya and Satwavajaya “ are dealt with drugless Office Assistance therapy. Yoga can also be included for this approach, which is Smt. P.K. Belawadi internationally and scientifically recognised. Naishtika chikitsa ex- Sri. M.K.Joshi plained by Charaka is also a drugless treatment in Ayurveda. WHO expert committee on Hypertension control 1996 is also ac- Published by cepted these non-pharmacological approaches for lower the Publication division, blood pressure of individuals, to reduce the need of anti hyper- PGARC, tensive drug and to reduce the cardiovascular risk factors. This approach can be employed as a primary prevention in high-risk DGM Ayurvedic Medical population. College, Gadag Non Pharmacological approaches that are widely agreed to lower the blood pressure, although there is no direct Printed at randomised clinical evidence. This approaches are also required Bhandage Offset Printer, the systemic screening of the patient due to its wide range of Gadag, Karnataka -582101 applicability. The following approaches are suggested for con- trol and prevent the Hypertension. 1. Yoga and pranayama –Pathanjali Yogasootra mentionedNovember 2000 Amruta Bindu
  2. 2. Editorial ear relationship between alcohol consump- tion and Blood Pressure level. Standard drinks per a day lower the risk of Coronary SR Diseases. Therefore it is an advice to alco- holic patients to limit their consumption Unity in diversity and diversity for between 20-30 ml of ethanol per day in development is seen in Ayurveda. In male and 10-20 ml of ethanol in female. Ayurveda from good olden days no specific 4. Increased Physical activities –Sedentary specialization on accordance with modern life style leads to Diabetics and all cardio- scientific world. Initially in the process of de- vascular diseases. Aerobic exercises are velopment it took the shape of Dip in reducing the central obesity and Hyper- Ayurveda and there after H.P.A. Now in tension. Daily 30-45 minute cycling or walk- Ayurveda we find specialties in stipulated ing or swimming should be advisable for branches like Kayachikitsa, Shalya, Hypertensive Patients. Swastavritta, etc. The scholar in his Post- graduate curriculum on what ever disease 5. Sexual harmony – Sex is a fundamental need of human being. Judge full sex re- studies becoming the specialty of the indi- duces the obesity, Cardiovascular risks and vidual and branded as Sexologist or increase the life expectancy. Sexual dis- Diabetologist. But still no specialization is harmony leads to frustration and psycho- available on the basis of Srotas or with an logical misbalance. Therefore requested individual area of specialty. A cross faculty to maintain the marital life and adjust with dissertation of Drvyaguna M.D. Ayurveda the life partner. will be called as Sexologist in Ayurveda, as 6. Dietary modification—Vegetarians have Vajikarana dravya is his work. It is the need lower B.P. than meat eaters. Fruits, veg- of the hour for Ayurvedist to develop etables, plants fibres and low saturated fat Ayurveda specialty according to Srotas, as can reduce the B.P. Therefore hyperten- such Rasavaha Srotas, Raktavaha Srotas sive patients advised to eat more fruits, or on the basis of organs such as Genitals, vegetables and fish and to reduce their Skin, etc. It makes place for the Ayurvedic fat intake. Raw banana can be used as physician to present him self with efficacy vegetable, which is a proven A.C.E. inhibitor. in concerned branch. 7. Restriction of salts :- Epidemiological study a number of Yogic Exercises for strong body suggested that salt intake has contribu- and mind. The shavasan is considered as a tion towards BP elevation. Salt reduction best asana to control Blood Pressure. will reduce BP up to 4-6 mm of Hg. Sys- Pranayama is said to be the relaxation tech- tolic. The normal total daily intake of so- nique to relieve day to day stress. dium chloride should be less than 6 gm.2. Shirodhara and abhyanga –Ayurvedic So, advice to avoid added salt. shirodhara procedure can reduce the stress 8. Satsanga – means social and spiritual gath- and increase the concentration and confi- ering. In the stressful world this type of gath- dence of the patients. So Shirodhara can ering is immensely beneficial. Srimat be administrated to mild to modarate Hyper- Bhagawat Geeta is chosen as a best psy- tensive Patients. Abhyanga with medicated chological counselling treasure. Therefore oil (Vatanashak) can reduce the every body requested to attend the atheriosclerosis and hardness of the arter- Satsanga at least in a week and daily have ies. It also help to maintain the Neuropep- a look to our ancient cultural manual Geeta. tides which are responsible for control the B P. In our practice we noticed people ignored3. Cessation of smoke and Alcohol – Smoking their life style and demanded the drug interven- cessation is the most powerful approaches tion. It is the time to think about our ancient medi- for prevention of Cardiovascular and Non cal science, which elaborately explain the vascular Pathology. Therefore appropriate Dinacharya, Ritucharya and Sadvritta to modify counselling should be done. There is a lin- our life style and reduce the psychological stress.November 2000 2 Amruta Bindu
  3. 3. Seminars & Symposiums4321098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432143210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321 3rd & 4th March 2001 Seminars & Symposiums43210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321432109876543210987654321210987654321098765432109876543214321098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432143210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321 Taranath Govt. Ayurvedic Medical43210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321432109876543210987654321210987654321098765432109876543214321098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432143210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321 College & Hospital, Bellary celebrates43210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321 “Taranatha Rajatadri” on 3rd and 4th of March 2001. On this occasion “The dawn of silver17th & 18th December 2000 rays on Amavatha (A Holistic National level Government (Autonomous) Ayurved audio visual symposium on Arthritis” is goingCollege, Mangalnath Road, Ujjain - 456010 to be organised. Delegation fee is Rs. 350/-(MP) offers National Seminar on “The role of in general and Students (III Phase BAMS) Rs.Panchakarma in general practice (ºÉɨÉÉxªÉ 275/- before 8th January 2001. Correspon-ÊSÉÊEòiºÉɨÉä {ÉÆSÉEò¨ÉÇÊEò ={ÉnäùªÉiÉÉ) on 17th & 18th Decem- dence can be made to - Dr.M. Eswar Reddy,ber 2000 at Ujjain. Delegation fee in general secretary, Taranatha Rajatadri, Taranath Govt.Rs 500/- and for students Rs.300/-. Further Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Bellary,information can be attained from Karnataka. Tel:- 08392-60273, 60241.Dr.U.S.Nigam - 0734-555422 (Res) and Dr. 10th and 11th March 2001S.L. Sharma on 0734-551995 (Off) and 1st National Conference on “Parada551994 or 559138 (Res). and Gandhaka” to be held on 10th and 11thDecember 2000 March 2001 at Pune. Conference organised The international council of Ayurveda by Pune District Education Association’s Col-offers International conference of 2000 at lege of Ayurved and Research Centre, sec-Holland in the month of December 2000. tor no 25, Pradhikaran, Nigdi, Pune -411 044,Contact Dr. Pramod Tiwari, 12 Subhash Maharastra. Deligation fee - Rs 600/- forNagar, Jalandhar tel: 76431 or Dr.Ashok Teachers and others and Rs 300/- for Stu-Sharma, Sharma Hospital & Nursing Home, dents. Last date 30-12-2000 and no spot reg-Jagraon - 142 026, Ludhiyana, Punjab, Tel:- istration. For registration contact organisers01624-22588 (Off) 22313 (Res). on 020-7659578 (Off) or 5898633 (Res),3rd & 4th February 2001 email - International seminar on “Ayurved andHepatic disorders” organised by Rastriya DGM Campus NEWSShikhanMandal, Pune on 3rd & 4th February 24th October 20002001. Registration fee Rs.3000/- or US$175. The college observes Dhanvantari cel-Further information at or ebrations. On this occasion with a motto ofemail supplying medicines to ailed patients at the cheaper and cost effective DGMAMC phar-21st to 24th February 2001 macy was inaugurated. The production is National conference on “Research in based on the necessity and requirement ofclinical psychology” organised by Association the DGMAMC Hospital. Shree Abhinavaof clinical psychologists, Delhi (DACP), on Shivananda Mahaswamiji, switched on the21st to 24th February 2001. Registration fees pulveriser and inaugurated the pharmacy. Dr. G.B.Patil, principal addressed the students onRs.1000/- before 30-11-2000 and spot regis- this occasion. The programme organised bytration Rs.1500/-. For other details contact - Dr. R.K.Gachhinamath, HOD Rasasastra andProf.Surya Gupta, convener, All India Institute vote of thanks by Dr. M.C.Patil.of Medical Sciences, New Delhi -110029. Tel:-6594940 (Off) or 6163505 (Res). Email:- Send Articles, Collections and or every month before 15th to in next issue of Amruta BinduNovember 2000 3 Amruta Bindu
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