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Cerebral Palsy – Risk Factors And More

It is not one condition but a group of conditions that affects the balance, posture and movement of an individual. The cause of cerebral palsy is generally associated with brain damage during birth or in the early years. Apparently, doctors haven’t been able to figure out the exact cause of brain damage during CP, but few reasons and risk factors are listed below -

  1. Blood flow issues to important organs of the body

  2. Bleeding in the brain when baby is in the womb

  3. Genetic conditions

  4. Brain injury

  5. Seizures at birth or in the first month after birth

cerebral-palsy

Risk Factors at Pregnancy include

  1. Thyroid gland issues or health issues like seizures

  2. Consumption with toxic substances like mercury that is found in a few fishes

  3. Having RH diseases, meaning blood not compatible with that of the baby

  4. Multiple pregnancies, twins, triplets or more

  5. Infections like German measles, Rubella, Herpes or chicken pox during pregnancy

Risk Factors at child Birth include

  1. Head Position – If the child is not in the head first position but is in the feet first position, risk is involved.

  2. Premature Birth – If the baby is born any time before the completion of 37 weeks

  3. Delivery Complications – If there are complications during the labor and delivery concerning your baby’s circulatory system and breathing.

Risk factors due to Infections in Babies

  1. Severe Jaundice – It is caused due to excessive bilirubin accumulation in blood

  2. Bacterial Meningitis –It leads to swelling of tissues around spinal cord and brain swelling as well

  3. Viral Encephalitis – It also leads to swelling in brain and spinal cord tissues

 

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Can Traditional South Indian Medicine be the Answer to Dengue and Chickengunya Treatment

Now, that is interesting and before you think of this news as just another rumor around Dengue and Chikungunya treatment, know that scientists have already carried out the study at New Delhi’s International Centre for Genetic Engineering (ICGEB) on mice. The good news it, the medicine was effective on mice in the laboratory study.

We all know that Chikungunya and Dengue have been creating a havoc in terms of making people sick, causing bone ache and deaths citing unavailability of definite treatment. The statistics show that over 1.5 lac patients were affected by dengue of which 250 succumbed to the illness while over 60K were diagnosed with chikungunya. Hence, this news can be a positive step in using traditional medicine system in India.

Nilavembu Kudineer

The common people living in Tamilnadu and Kerala have tried the formulation of this medicine and it has seemed effective on them. Even the government of Tamilnadu and Kerala have given their nod or approval for using it when there is an outbreak of dengue or chikungunya. But, as per the lead author of these scientific papers, there is no full proof evidence as questions on whether the medicines work and if yes, how, remain unanswered till date.

The said medicine called Amukkara Churanam consisted of Ashwagandha as its main ingredient. This ingredient did work well in preventing the chikungunya virus from entering the blood barrier and affecting the joints. Its test on mice also showed that the virus was not able to cross the blood barrier and affect the joints.

Chikungunya is also known to cause brain inflammation or altered mental functions. This Siddha medicine worked well in preventing these neurological symptoms that has been cited as a major cause of patients being admitted to the ICU as well as deaths. It also works in avoiding the post disease arthritis issues.

The scientist have studied the second medicine known as Nilavembu Kudineer in vivo already but are in the process to try it on mice. It has also shown the ability to stop the dengue virus from multiplying and restricting the chikungunya virus entry. The main ingredient of this formulation is Andrographics. It does the work of binding the receptors that the virus bind with. As per Dr Sunil, group lead at ICGEB, this ingredient can be put to use as prophylactic treatment for prevention of chikungunya and dengue.

The lab testing for dengue virus on mice is yet to be done while both these studies have found a place in the Journal of Evidence Based Alternative Medicine besides Journal of Viral Diseases that are funded by the ministry of AYUSH for Research in Siddha.

The time proven science of Ayurveda is manifested in the exclusive treatment centre of Vydehi Ayurveda(Vayu)

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Benefits of Panchakarma – Ayurvedagram Hospital in Bangalore

Originated in India and over 5000 years old, Ayurveda has been there for centuries and is a proven natural or alternative treatment procedure. Even Chine and Tibetan forms of alternative medicines have their roots in Ayurveda besides Greeks who are also known to have embraced Ayurveda. ‘Ayur’ is a Sanskrit word for life and ‘Veda’ means science, hence together it means the science of life. It is a more holistic approach towards the health of the mind, body, and soul in unison.

One of the very popular procedures in Ayurveda that have helped millions of people across the globe is the herbal healing therapy known as ‘Panchakarma’. It is apparently a five-stage detoxification and purification therapy that is a beautiful amalgamation of five amazing procedures.

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PANCHAKARMA PROCEDURE
As the name suggests, Panchakarma procedure consists of Vamana, Virechana, Basti, Nasya, and Raktamokshana.

1. Vamana – This process is a therapeutic vomiting process done for clearing the respiratory and gastronomical tract toxins through the removal of excess mucus, responsible for ‘Kapha’. The domino effect of the procedure is that the person feels good.

2. Virechana – This is a therapeutic purgation inducing procedure for removing the pitta toxins from the body. It is known to produce amazing results for Headaches, Hyper Acidity, Digestive Disorders, Asthma and Gynecological disorders, etc. The purgatives include Laxatives, Drastic Purgatives and more.

3. Vasti – An integral part of Panchkarma, Vasti needs to be performed under the observation of an Ayurvedic expert and is specially used against Vata or rheumatic conditions. The dosha’s or toxins from the body are expelled through the anus or vaginal canals using ayurvedic oils and herbs. The oils used for the procedure include Calamus oil, Sesame oil and more. While there are many types of Vasti’s, Uttaravasti, Kashayavasti, Snehavasti, and Sirovasti are the main ones. This procedure of panchakarma is very effective in the treatment of Vata.

4. Nasya – This treatment as the name suggests is associated with the nasal tract and is carried out to get rid of toxins like congestion and sinus, from the neck and head region. The procedure performed is called nasyakarma and the formulations are called nasika kalpana.

5. Raktamokshana – Raktamokshana is a combination of two words, one is rakt which means blood and the other is mokshana which means leaving. There are two types in Raktamokshana, Shastra Visravana, and Anushsastra Visravana. The treatment is recommended for people with an imbalance in blood and ‘pitta doshas’ as well as skin disorders like eczema, dermatitis, and sciatica.

Well, if you are living with conditions mentioned above and want them to be treated, seek advice from Ayurveda experts on your health issues and take a step to good health through Ayurvedic healing.

Vydehi Ayurveda(Vayu) can be rightly called ‘the complete healing center’ where the ancient system of Ayurveda is practiced. This time-tested medical science addresses the preventive and curative aspects of diseases. Also, positive health and therapeutic measures relating to physical, mental, social and the spiritual are comprehensively attended here.