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Abstract

ETIOLOGICAL FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR MEDOROGA W.S.R. DYSLIPIDAEMIA IN MODERN ERA

Khushboo Rani, Poonam Gupta* and Vidula Gujjarwar

ABSTRACT

The disease in which abnormal deposition of fat-Meda occurs on person's body to cause obesity is called as Medoroga. In Modern era life style of population across the world have changed dramatically to fast foods and sedentary habits. Video games, televisions, movies are today’s preferred pastimes. People are not interested in walking because driving is the easiest option. Things like escalator, elevator, computer, cell phone, spend more times in air conditioned room and several kinds of washers reduce the needs for physical activity. Use of more packed food and drinks contains preservatives which are not good for health. Due to acceptance of such relevant predisposing factors, formation of Meda dhatu takes place excessively. This abnormal and overgrown Meda occludes the channels and causes hindrance to nourishment of other basic body elements, which ultimately remain undernourished and weak. This vicious cycle continues and as a result only abnormal formation and deposition of Medo Dhatu occurs in the body. In Ayurvedic text there is no such term like dyslipidaemia but the property of such lipids (Meda) closely resemble with the properties of Sneha Dravya-Medo Dhatu. In dyslipidaemia, the concentration of total cholesterol in serum reflects the concentrations of different lipoproteins in the serum. Ayurveda advocates certain fix life style related activities in the topic of Dincharya/Ritucharya/Sadvritta. The lack of time and more desire have made human unable to follow the swasthya niyama and adopting such type of life style which push human into the well of disease.

Keywords: Medoroga, Dyslipidaemia, Medo dhatu, Sneha Dravya.


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