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  1. 1. Obesity in Ayurveda – a Birds eye view Dr SRP Kethamakka Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ echnoayurveda.com
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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!

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