जलोदर से पीड़ित मरीज का इलाज आयुर्वेदिक पॉली-हर्बल दवा द्वारा किया जा सकता है, जिसमें न केवल क्रोनिक किडनी बीमारी को रोकने की क्षमता है, बल्कि महत्वपूर्ण अंग की सामान्य स्थिति को बहाल करने की भी ताकत है। यह दावा शोधकर्ताओं की एक टीम ने किया है। बता दें, अधिक वजन वाले लोगों के पेट में तरल पदार्थ जमा होने लगता है, जो अत्यधिक दर्द और गैस का कारण बनता है। इसे 'जलोदर' कहते हैं।
जर्नल ऑफ आयुर्वेद एंड इंटीग्रेटेड मेडिकल साइंसेज के एक अध्ययन में, कर्नाटक के मैसूरू स्थित जेएसएस आयुर्वेद मेडिकल कालेज एंड हास्पिटल के सहायक प्रोफेसर कोमला ए, सिद्धेश अराध्यमठ और शोधकर्ता मल्लीनाथ आई. टी. ने मिलकर 'नीरी केएफटी' तैयार की।
शोधकर्ताओं ने अस्पताल में भर्ती जलोदर मरीजों का आयुर्वेद के फार्मूले से इलाज किया।
शोधकतार्ओं ने कहा, इस आयुर्वेदिक फार्मूले की 20 मिलीलीटर की एक डोज रोजाना सुबह और शाम एक महीने तक दी जाती थी। हर्बल दवा ने न केवल मरीजों की किडनी को और अधिक नुकसान से बचाया, बल्कि पेट में जमा हुए तरल पदार्थ को बाहर निकालने में भी मदद की।
शोधकर्ताओं ने कहा कि हर्बल फॉर्मूले के सेवन से पेट में जमा तरल पदार्थ पेशाब के जरिए शरीर से बाहर निकला।
नीरी केएफटी पौधों से निकाली गई एक हर्बल दवा है, जो पुनर्नवा, वरुण, सिगरू, सरिवा, मकोई और सिरीश जैसी जड़ी-बूटियों से बनी है।
एआईएमआईएल फार्मास्युटिकल्स के संचित शर्मा ने आईएएनएस को बताया कि पिछले कुछ वर्षों में 'नीरी केएफटी' किडनी को मजबूत करने के साथ-साथ शरीर से जहरीले तरल पदार्थों को साफ करने में कारगर साबित हुई है।
जलोदर से पीड़ित मरीजों में पेट में दर्द व सूजन जैसे लक्षण हो सकते हैं, जो दूर होने के बजाय और बिगड़ जाते हैं। पेट की परेशानी बढ़ जाती है। थोड़ा खाने के बाद भी पेट भरा हुआ महसूस होता है। पेट में दबाव बढ़ने पर सांस लेने में तकलीफ होती है। इस तरह के संकेतों को लेकर सभी लोगों को सावधानी बरतते रहने की आवश्यकता है। (एजेंसी)
यह भी पढ़े► तनुजा नेसारी को ब्रिटेन की संसद ने आयुर्वेद रत्न पुरस्कार से सम्मानित किया
Patients suffering from ascites a condition in which fluid collects in spaces within the abdomen can be treated by Ayurvedic poly-herbal drug that has potential not only to slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease but also restore normalcy in functional parameters of the vital organ, a team of researchers has claimed.
In a study published in latest issue of Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, Assistant Professor Komala A, Siddesh Aradhyamath and researcher Mallinath IT from JSS Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital in Karnataka gave a range of Ayurvedic formulations along with AIMIL Pharmaceutical's innovation Neeri KFT for impaired kidneys.
"A dose of 20 ml of this ayurvedic formulation daily morning and evening was given for a month," the researchers said, adding the outcome was positive.
The herbal drug not only helped protecting the kidneys of the patients from further damage due to the condition but also helped excreting the collected fluid from their abdomen.
The consumption of herbal formulation had flushed out fluid from the abdomen through the urinary tract, said the researchers.
The NEERI-KFT, a herbal medicine extracted from plants, is composed of herbs such as Punarnava, Varun, Sigru, Sariva, Makoi and Sirish, also known for their diuretic properties.
Sanchit Sharma from AIMIL Pharmaceuticals told IANS that in the past few years Neeri KFT has proven to be effective in strengthening the kidney as well as clearing toxic fluids from the body.
Ascites usually occurs when the liver stops working properly or it malfunctions, leading to a build-up of fluid in the space between the abdominal lining and the organs.
Ascites is the most common complication of cirrhosis (scarring of the liver). It affects around 60 per cent of people with cirrhosis within 10 years of their diagnosis, and the two-year survival rate is 50 per cent.
Patients suffering with ascites may have the symptoms like painless swelling in the abdomen that worsens rather than going away; abdominal discomfort; weight gain feeling full after eating a little, shortness of breath as pressure increases in the abdomen, pushing up on the diaphragm and reduction in the space for the lungs to expand.
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Plant-based diets are becoming more popular for health and environmental reasons, as they include animal welfare. Those who follow this diet, frequently worry about getting enough protein, especially because there are several types of meat and dairy products that are high in protein.
Lentils, almonds, and millets are all high in plant protein and can be eaten on a regular basis as part of a healthy, balanced diet. Almonds, for example, are not only high in nutrition but also add a unique texture to a variety of dishes, whether sweet or savoury. They are a great source of plant-based protein and can be eaten in a variety of ways, including almond milk, almond flour, raw, roasted, lightly salted, and so on.
Emphasizing the rise of plant-based diets, actress and influencer, Soha Ali Khan said, "It's a myth that plant-based diets don't contain enough protein. Interestingly, I have heard that 100 gm of almonds contains roughly 21 gm of protein and are also rich in over 15 nutrients such as vitamin E, magnesium, protein, riboflavin, and zinc. I believe in the long run, eating a balanced diet is the key to good health and I always include healthy plant-based proteins such as almonds, chickpeas and tofu in my meals to make them more nutritious and wholesome."
Sheela Krishnaswamy, Nutrition and Wellness Consultant said, "Protein is needed for the formation of tissues, muscles, hormones, and enzymes, and also to repair cells and tissues in the body. It's critical to carefully plan your diet once you've decided to follow a plant-based diet.
If you are used to getting your calcium from dairy products, you can now get it from ragi, soybean, leafy greens, and almonds. Nuts like almonds, dals and pulses like toor dal and moong can contribute to the protein requirement for your body if you are on a plant-based diet.
Almonds are also a great snack option, especially when you're hungry in between meals. Almonds are a rich source of protein, a nutrient which known to contribute to growth and maintenance of muscle mass."
Emphasizing the change in eating patterns and plant-based lifestyles, Fitness Expert and Celebrity Master Instructor, Yasmin Karachiwala said, "As a fitness instructor, I have people constantly quizzing me on one diet or another. Trends come and go; the key is to eat balanced meals and to follow a regular workout routine.
According to a study, interventional trials have consistently demonstrated that consumption of plant-based diets reduces body fat in overweight and obese individuals, even when controlling for energy intake. From that perspective, I strongly believe that plant-based diets can help with weight maintenance.
One excuse I often hear from clients is that it is difficult to cook a healthy meal. The best part of plant-based diets is that you can eat nuts like almonds which are a powerhouse of a protein, with no preparation required. A handful of almonds may have satiating properties that promote feelings of fullness. Similarly, you can also eat a bowl of quinoa with slivers of almonds as a breakfast. This will take you less than 5 min to prepare." (Agency)
Read More► Adding Herbs To Your Tea Is The Best Thing You Could Do This Monsoon
The rainy monsoon season is all about hot tea, relaxing on the balcony, and watching the rain. But the temperature comes with it its fair share of colds, coughs, and sneezes. How can avoid falling sick? Well, herbs can come to your rescue!
Tea is one of our favourite beverages, adding the power of herbs can do wonders. To boost wellness throughout the rainy season, these wonder plants are simple to combine with our beloved cup of tea.
Here are a few herbs that add taste to tea and also look after your body:
When it starts to rain, turmeric, which contains the strength of curcumin, desmethoxycurcumin, and bis-desmethoxycurcumin, can fortify the inner core of our bodies. Due of the herb's antibacterial characteristics, it can treat numerous infections that arise during the monsoon season. Turmeric tea has additional advantages for our weight loss programme.
In the realm of therapeutic herbs, Tulsi is a legendary rockstar. One cup of Tulsi blended tea will alleviate chest congestion, unclog our noses, and put an end to the illness. Vitamin A, D, iron, fibre, and other components found in tulsi help destroy bacteria and improve immunity. Additionally, tulsi is a fantastic herb for maintaining good oral and dental health.
Mosquito population growth and malaria threat are both exacerbated by monsoon. The ancient Sataparna tree is a potent herbal weapon in the fight against this illness. This herb, also referred to as white cheesewood, has potent antimalarial properties. The antipyretic effects of it can lower a fever. Additionally, it can strengthen the body's overall resistance to malaria. Last but not least, it can aid in the relief of numerous skin issues as well as gastrointestinal pain.
While eating on the street during the rain may be highly attractive, the allure comes with a terrible case of stomach pain. Because of this, adding ginger to our tea is a fantastic idea! Ginger is a herb that enhances digestion and metabolism, which helps our gut function. It is also a great beverage for controlling nausea brought on by motion sickness or morning sickness.
Hibiscus is a crucial ingredient to include in tea, especially when it rains, as it is rich in beta-carotene, vitamin C, and anthocyanin. The herb keeps our internal immune system in equilibrium, thwarting the emergence of an unwelcome illness or infection.
Additionally, it contains a lot of antioxidant and antibacterial effects. (Ekta Jain, CMO, Octavius Tea)
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One of the best times of year to witness nature's full splendor is during the monsoon. However, monsoons are notorious for their never-ending spells of sickness and cold. One's immune system is tested though the entire season.
And it doesn't stop there. There is always the possibility of contracting cholera, dengue fever, or other distressing ailments. So, how can one enjoy the monsoons as they should be while being safe and healthy? Good eating habits, exercise, and adequate rest are a few factors that can keep you safe during the rainy season.
It doesn't end there. There is always the risk of contracting cholera, dengue fever, or other dreadful diseases. So, how can one truly enjoy the monsoons while remaining safe and healthy? Yoga and nutrition expert Garima Goyal recommends doing a workout session of 60 minutes a day to help you stay active and fit during the season. Garima further shares simple yoga exercises to help build strength, agility, meditation, relaxation, and focus.
Padangusth Asana (Big Toe)
Padangusth Asana is a foundational asana in Ashtanga Yoga. It is a basic standing position that incorporates forward bending. The asana is classified as beginning due to its easiness. Padangusthasana stretches every muscle in the body from head to toe. It relaxes the body and soothes discomfort. It is beneficial for flat feet, among other things. Padangusthasana is an excellent place to begin your yoga experience.
Trikon Asana (Triangle Pose)
Trikon Asana is derived from the Sanskrit terms 'Trikona' (three corners) and 'Asana' (posture). In trikonasana yoga, the practitioner spreads their legs apart without bending their knees, with their hands extended apart, producing a 90-degree angle between the upper and lower bodies.
Trikon Asana yoga, also known as Triangle position exercise, is a standing posture that improves strength, balance, and flexibility. There are several variants in the trikonasana stages or processes. In general, it is divided into three types: Baddha Trikonasana, Parivrtta Trikonasana, and Utthita Trikonasana.
Utkat Asana (Chair Pose)
Chair posture, also known as "awkward chair pose" and "fierce stance" in Sanskrit, is a form of asana or yoga practice. Begin in a standing stance and bend your knees to lower your body as if you were sitting in an imaginary chair. This standing forward bend is part of the Vinyasa or Ashtanga yoga Sun Salutation routine.
Chair posture strengthens your legs, upper back, and shoulders while also improving balance and flexibility. The chair position is a standing yoga practice that works the core. This strong stance may help you strengthen your legs, back, and shoulders.
Bhujang Asana (Cobra Post)
Bhujang Asana is derived from the words bhujanga (cobra or snake) and asana (position). Cobra Stretch is another name for Bhujangasana. Suryanamaskar (Sun Salutations Position) and Padma Sadhana incorporate this pose. Do you wish to tone your stomach but lack the time to go to the gym?
Are you exhausted or anxious as a result of an excessive workload? Bhujangasana, also known as Cobra Stretch, is a great way to cure these and other issues while sitting (or lying down) at home! Bhujangasana, also known as the Cobra Pose, is performed while laying on your stomach. It stretches your body (particularly your back) and rapidly melts your tension away!
Vriksh Asana (Tree Pose)
Vrks Asana is a Sanskrit noun that combines the terms Vriksha and Asana. The Sanskrit term for a tree is Vriksha, whereas the Sanskrit word for posture is Asana. As a result, this is known in English as Tree Pose. Vrikshasana is a standing fundamental yoga position. Furthermore, in Hinduism, Sages utilised this stance as a form of austerity or Tapasya. In a seventh-century CE rock temple in Mallapuram, a man performs a position akin to Vrikshasana. As a result, this is an old yoga stance.
Shishu Asana (Child Pose)
A child's pose, also known as balasana/shishuasana, is a beginner's position that aids in the relaxation of the mind and body. Balasana is derived from the Sanskrit words Bala, which means "young and childlike," and asana, which means "seat or sat pose." It is a vital resting posture that helps to quiet your senses. It is a fundamental yoga stance that teaches us that inactivity may be as helpful as action and doing. It's a chance to take a breather, assess your circumstances, and prepare to move on.
Tad Asana (Mountain Pose)
While Tad asana is one of the most fundamental yoga asanas, it is a challenge for all levels and delivers various physical and emotional advantages. Tadasana calms your body and mind, promoting inner tranquility. Maintaining alignment and body awareness is an ongoing effort.
Standing firm, stable, and focused in Mountain Pose helps to improve posture, alignment, and balance. This can help with other yoga positions as well as your regular activities. Keep your practice new by always thinking of ways to change the stance. (Agency)
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As we age, the involuntary loss of muscle mass and muscle function has a major impact on quality of life. Based on research, muscle loss is faster in men than in women and can lead to a number of health problems.
While healthy eating and staying fit are essential at all stages of life, eating right is especially important for aging adults, as their bodies restrict what can and cannot be digested. Here are some tips for men to adopt healthy eating habits.
The Simplest Health Mantra: Eat Fresh
The simplest mantra for healthy eating is to eat freshly prepared foods and fruits that are available in season. The diet should include regular foods, with fresh fruits and vegetables in their purest and most basic form being an essential part of the diet.
The Whole30 Diet
The Whole30 diet, which has recently gained popularity, works on the principle that emphasises the need for whole foods in their natural form with minimal added ingredients. This diet programme prohibits sugar in all its forms and recommends avoiding dairy products, grains, legumes, and all types of processed foods.
Stick to The Indian Dietary Thali & Regular Exercise
Our Indian style of cooking uses everything from fruits and vegetables to legumes, all of which are necessary to consume to meet your nutritional needs. Some humble Indian recipes, such as khichadi and dalia with the addition of seasonal vegetables, are packed with nutrients and fibre and are ideal for maintaining the health of families, including the elderly with dental problems.
About 33 per cent of adult men have a low body mass index (BMI) and therefore, while observing their diet it is also important to include aerobic exercises such as walking, cycling, swimming and resistance training such as lifting weights to burn calories, muscles and stay active.
Balance Your Nutrition With Right Supplements
A regular and balanced diet is essential to meet daily nutritional needs. However, there may be some nutritional gaps, which can fill these gaps with the help of supplements. Even if you eat your serving of fruits and vegetables, you may still be deficient in vitamins and minerals, and these deficiencies can manifest themselves in a variety of minor ways, such as making the elderly weak, forgetful, or generally tired.
To fill these gaps, one can add a balanced supplement like Certain to increase muscle mass and energy, improve digestive health and boost immunity. For diabetics, a specific oral supplement like Career Diabetes Care works well between meals because it has a slow-release energy system to control blood sugar and help with weight management. (Agency)
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