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FATTY LIVER (NAFLD) MANAGEMENT AT SRI VAIDYA
Too much fat in your liver can cause liver inflammation, which can damage your liver and create scarring. In severe cases, this scarring can lead to liver failure.
When fatty liver develops in someone who drinks a lot of alcohol, it’s known as alcoholic fatty liver disease (AFLD).
In someone who doesn’t drink a lot of alcohol, it’s known as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). According to researchers in the World Journal of Gastroenterology, The term Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) refers to a broad spectrum of disorders characterized by fatty infiltration of the liver, steatosis, steatohepatitis, and cirrhosis. Epidemiological studies suggest prevalence of NAFLD in around 9% to 32% of general population in India with a higher prevalence in those with obesity and diabetes.
MANAGEMENT OF SKIN DISORDER AT SRI VAIDYA
On the basis of dosha involvement,Kushta has been divided in many types by Acharyas in Ayurveda, but mainly as Mhakushta and kshudra kushta.
Ek-kushta is one of kshudra-kushta. Aswdanam (not perspire), mahavastu (extensive) and yana-masyoshakalopamam (looks like fish scale), arun varna (discoloration) are the main symptoms ek-kushta. In modern era, different types of pollution, lack of proper diet, uses of various cosmetic, chemicals, disturbed sleeping patterns and life style, all these lead prevalence of skin diseases day by day.
Line of Ayurvedic treatment for kushta is shodhan and shaman chikitsa. Shodhan chikitsa can be given by Vaman (emesis), Virechana (purgation), and Raktamokshana (jaloka / leech therapy).
MANAGEMENT OF SCIATICA (GHRUDRASI) AT SRI VAIDYA
Due to job profiles and other reasons now a days back pain is very common but its prevalence varies according to the definitions used and the population studied. A large study reported an incidence of 28.0 episodes per 1000 persons per year and for low back pain with sciatica an incidence of 11.6 per 1000 persons per year. Low back pain affects men a little more than women and is most frequent in the working population, with the highest incidence seen in those aged 2-64 years.
Modern medicine is having no specific treatment especially for sciatica that’s why an elaborate study has been undertaken to have an in depth knowledge about the concept of sciatica in Ayurveda terms.