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Abstract

HEALTHY AND HAPPIER MENOPAUSE WITH AYURVEDA: A REVIEW.

Dr. Deepika Chaudhari and Dr. Pradip Kinage*

ABSTRACT

Ageing is physiological happening which affects each and every organ and system of human body. Ageing affects both physical and mental health of every human being. In women menopause is one of the natural and unavoidable occurring between 45-55 years. The Postmenopausal female is susceptible for many diseases as she is subjected to a state of hormonal deficiency. Many female experience symptoms like hot flushes, night sweats, insomnia, irritability, mood swings, fatigue etc. But few may suffer from serious disorders like Osteoporosis, heart diseases and others. Estrogens, either alone or in combination with progestin (HRT) has been used for the management of menopause. But various side effects like breast carcinoma and endometrial carcinoma has limited the use of hormonal treatment. According to Ayurveda menopause is termed as rajonivrutti. Panchakarma and other procedures like meditation and yoga etc are also found to be beneficial without any side effects. There many herbs like Shatavari, Shatapushpa, Guduchi etc are good source of phytoestrogen and can be effectively used in managing menopause. In present review, an attempt is made to find all possible available safe regimens for prevention and management of menopausal symptoms according to Ayurveda.

Keywords: Menopause, Hormones, Phytoestrogen, Panchakarma, Yoga.


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