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Role of Pathya-Apathya and its impact on common neurological disorders in children
Nilesh M. Ingle, Sanskruti Somkuwar and Laxmi Mahajan
J Convent Knowl Holist Health 7 (2): 236 (2023)
Ayurveda is an age-old practice of ancient Indian medicine methodology. A profuse number of varying neurological disorders are cited throughout the Charak indriyasthana in a dispersed manner. The present study attempts to screen various references pertaining to the study of pathya apathya and its role in neurological disorders. The concept of pathya and apathya itself emphasizes the treatment of various disorders. It has been mentioned in the Samhitas that vata dosh plays a crucial role in these disorders and various neurological disorders come under the group of vata vyadhis. Among the tridoshas, the supremacy of vata dosha is explained by Acharyas as vata plays a vital role in various neurological disorders. No medicine is needed if pathya apathya is followed properly and also there is no use of medicine if pathya-apathya is not followed properly. Various neurological disorders include cerebral palsy, autism, ADHD, epilepsy, dyslexia, etc. and the healing science of Ayurveda with the impact of pathya and apathya for improvement of these disorders becomes more important. Therefore, with the help of this paper, the scientific evaluation of pathya-apathya ahar-vihar mentioned in Ayurvedic literature for neurological disorders in children is discussed in detail.

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