CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME WITH MODERN AND AYURVEDA POINT OF VIEW

Authors

  • Khushboo Jha 3rd Year PG Scholar, Department of Prasuti Tantra Evam Stri Roga, National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
  • K. Bharathi Head of Department, Department of Prasuti Tantra Evam Stri Roga, National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
  • Kajal Jha Assistant Professor, Head of Department, Department of Prasuti Tantra Evam Stri Roga, Ayurveda Campus, Institute of Medicine, TU, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • Sonu Lecturer, Department of Prasuti Tantra Evam Stri Roga, National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47070/ayushdhara.v7i6.669

Keywords:

Premenstrual syndrome, Vata dosha, Treatment Rituvyatita Kalaja Pitta Vata Vriddhi, Vata Dosha.

Abstract

Pre menstrual syndrome (PMS) is distressing psychological, physical and/ or behavioural symptoms. It occurs during the luteal phase of menstrual cycle. The significant regression of symptoms comes with onset of or during the period. PMS can also be defined as a combination of emotional, physical and psychological disturbances. It occurs after a woman’s ovulation, which gets end with onset of her menstrual flow. Here, in this review a detailed explanation about its etiology, symptoms, signs, diagnosis, differential diagnosis and its treatment are being described. Ayurveda points of view regarding PMS are also being described. Premenstrual syndrome can be probably correlated with Rituvyatita Kalaja Pitta Vata Vriddhi. As Vata dosha plays important role in aggravating the other Doshas as well. Vata Dosha imbalance causes the imbalance state of other Doshas causing premenstrual syndrome. Vata in association with Pitta and Kapha simultaneously vitiates Manodosha and Rasadhatu. Mithyahar vihar is the Samanya nidana for this syndrome.

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Published

2021-02-01

How to Cite

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Khushboo Jha, K. Bharathi, Kajal Jha, Sonu. CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME WITH MODERN AND AYURVEDA POINT OF VIEW. ayush [Internet]. 2021Feb.1 [cited 2021Mar.9];7(6):2976-83. Available from: http://ayushdhara.in/index.php/ayushdhara/article/view/669