CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF SHWAS VYADHI IN CHILDREN- AN AYURVEDIC REVIEW
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Shwas vyadhi, Asthma, Ayurveda, Tamak shwas

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More, P. A. (2019). CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF SHWAS VYADHI IN CHILDREN- AN AYURVEDIC REVIEW. Ayurline: IJ-RIM, 3(04). Retrieved from http://ayurline.in/index.php/ayurline/article/view/254

Abstract

From the first breath of newly born till the last breath i.e. Shwasochhwasa Kriya is the sign of life. Any disturbance in this process leads to Shwas Vyadhi. Shwas word indicates both physiological and pathological state of respiration. Shwasvyadhi which is compared with Asthma or Reactive airway disease in modern medical science remains one of the most common aliments affecting an estimated 4-5% of the population as per statistical national survey of the population is concerned. The rate of asthma especially in children is increasing. Apart from being the leading cause of hospitalization for children, it is one of the most important conditions causing elementary school absenteeism. There are five types of shwas vyadhi. Shwas in which upward movement of vayu is increased. Shwas vyadhi is one of the major disease in which involvement of Pranvahastrotas,Rasavahastrotas is obsereved. Dhuma(smoke), Raja(dust), Sheeta sthana nivasa(residing in cold areas),Adhyashan(excessive eating), Vishmashan(faulty eating), sheeta(cold) and ruksha(dry) food stuff are responsible to vitiate kapha. Kaphaprakopak and Vataprakopak causes are reasponsible for shwas vyadhi. Shwas is most common disorder observed in pediatric age group.

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