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Abstract

NEWER INSIGHT OF AYURVEDA- ARDHASHAKTI VYAYAMA TO PREVENT ANOREXIA ATHLETICA

Dr. Ravi Pandya*, Dr. Arohi Parmar and Dr. Vaidehi Raole

ABSTRACT

Anorexia Athletica (sports anorexia), also referred to as hypergymnasia, is characterized by excessive and compulsive exercise. An athlete suffering from sports anorexia tends to over exercise to give themselves a sense of having control over their body. Most often, people with the disorder tend to feel they have no control over their lives other than their control of food and exercise. In actuality, they have no control; they cannot stop exercising or regulating food intake without feeling guilty.[1] Generally, once the activity is started, it is difficult to stop because the person is seen as being addicted to the method adopted. Historical development of exercise physiology illustrates that interest in exercise and health is not new instead it had roots with the ancients. Ayurveda has recognized the importance of Vyayama 2000 years ago in maintenance of health and aetiology of diseases due to Ativyayam (excessive physical activity) or Avyayama (lack of physical activity). Present article gives the idea about literary review of guidelines for vyayama according to Ayurveda. Following these guidelines may prevent an individual to fall into symptoms of anorexia Athletica. This paper, aimed to discuss if Ayurveda can provide newer insights.

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