Tuesday, November 24, 2015

DNS (Deviated Nasal Septum), Nasal Polyp and sinusitis ...#ayurveda approach

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Todays topic for discussion:  DNS (Deviated Nasal Septum), Nasal Polyp and sinusitis ...#ayurveda approach

Vd. Prerak Shah: Most people suffering from chronic cold are labeled as DNS. Plus they r advised "that there is no cure for it...and surgery is must"...But unfortunate part is...surgery is not successful in many cases...and re-occurrence seen after short span of 4-6 months.
some other common causes are nasal polyp and inflammation of membrane...our problem is we go with simple diagnosis of 'pratishyay' {most vaidyas dont go for nasal (PNS) x-ray examination and they miss these causative factors of symptoms of pratishyay}. Here one more issue is how to differentiate our treatment as per these different causative factors. Do we have separate treatments for sinusitis, nasal polyp, DNS or inflammation of nasal membrane

Group 2:
Vd. Gaurang darji: Chronic stage --> inflammatory factor
Polyp..Tasya dhanvantaryanam adhikaram...
Khsar karma is recommended

Dr dipak shirude. jalgav: The most important cause for DNS is recurrent or continuous flow of air on nose and forehead . sleeping under speedy fan or AC . sitting at open window while journey .
Daily overhead bath and keeping the head slight wet for a long period .
Drinking liquids (even water) at the time of sleeping .
Use of artificial scents - soaps - shampoos deodorants etc. also provides irritation to the soft bone and covering mucosa .
So keen observation of patients routine is must for Nidan parivrjanam which is the first step of an ideal chikitsa .
External local treatment I.e. Bahi-parimarjan chikitsa in the form of lepam and putting typical oils on head gives best relief .
Some best herbal combinations are resulting very nice as anti allergic . they contain guggulu kanchanar kokilaksha guduchi rajani etc.
Kanchanar guggulu . sukshma trifala .  haridrakhand vati . laksmivilas - mahalakshmivilas are some options .
Regular Nasya with simple warm sesame oil is useful ..

Group 3:
Vd. Pankaj Chhayani: I think deviated nasal septum is not structure abnormality as there are many many persons with deviated nasal septum.. These people may be (or sometimes may not) prone to Pratishyay or other problems related to nose... According to Ayurveda(Acharya Kashyapa) pratishyay is mainly due to provocation of Vata and Kapha Doshas.... First apply cow ghee on nasal membrane than take inhalation of bishop weed(ajmo)..its very good for DNS, Sinusitis... Jaggery and ginger crush in 2-3 tea spoon water and boil them and after filtering instill 8-8 drops in both nose. This is very beneficial where there is headache with runny nose/ congestion....Applying warm  paste of sweet flagroot (acorus calamus ) on nose(out side) is also very good. Or put this powder in handkerchief and take smelling of it..

Group 4:
Vd. Neha dipam: In DNS laxmivilas ras  tribhova kirtiras nasy of arand sneh and vacha gives good result….And for nasal polyp kshar oil nasya…and erand tail nasya alternat day

Group 5:
Surinder Pal Singh: Dashmoolkarutraym and punarnva kashyam empmty stomach twice a day,some immunomodulator composition like immunorm containing haldi, Bilva, aloevera and tab histantin from KAPL

Vd. Dhruti Kagrana: In DNS Daily pratimarsha Nasya is beneficial to avoid inflammation of nasal membrane. Nasal polyp Avpidak Nasya or use of ksharkrama. sinusitis treat with Navan Nasya..


Vd. Hardik bhatt: Internal snehapan with oil, and daily nasya is also gives good result..

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