Role of Panchakarma in Stress-Induced Hypertension – A Case Report
Keywords:Hypertension, Panchakarma, Shaman chikitsa, Shirodhara, Siravedha
Hypertension is very common manifestation nowadays specially in younger age group due to lots of stress, poor diet, poor gut health, sedentary lifestyle, lack of sleep, and lack of exercise and there are many more such reasons. In modern science, there is only one treatment and that is antihypertensive drugs which are not necessary in each and every patient. In some patients, only removal of cause can normalize the condition. Here, in this study, a 32-year-old female patient came with the complaints of Bhrama Prachiti (Giddiness), Atisweda Pravrutti (excessive sweating), Timirdashan (blurred vision), and Shirahshoola (headache) from the past 2.5 years. Assessment was done on the basis of subjective and objective parameters. In the treatment, Panchakarma followed by Shamana chikitsa has been given to the patient. In Panchakarma, siravedha and shirodhara given in the gap of 7 days for 1 month and Shamana chikitsa was given for continue 1 month. After the treatment, notable results were obtained in the sign and symptoms and patient got extreme relief. Although Ayurvedic treatment can give good results in giving patients quality of life.
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