Treatment of SNHL with Ayurvedic Remedies
The outer, middle, and inner ear make up your ear. Inner ear damage causes sensorineural hearing loss, also known as SNHL. SNHL can also be caused by issues with the nerve pathways connecting your inner ear and brain. It may be difficult to hear soft sounds. Even louder sounds can be muddy or indistinct. Hearing loss caused by sensorineural hearing loss is irreversible. When there is a lot of background noise, it might be difficult to pick out words. Aging and continuous exposure to loud noise are two factors that contribute to hearing loss in adults. Congenital defects or infections are among the reasons in children and newborns. According to Ayurveda, deafness or loss of hearing is caused by vitiated Vayu involving the shabda-Vaha-Srotas, and this state is known as Karna Badhirya.
The majority of hearing loss is caused by either a vata dosha disturbance or a vata-kapha vitiation. The key etiological elements are avashyaya (cold), jalakreeda (swimming), and vardhakya (senility), which result in the vitiation of vata and kapha dosha. Damage to the auditory nerve and nerve endings caused by vata vitiation can result in hearing loss and ringing in the ears. When kapha becomes vitiated, the sound channel becomes obstructed. Finally, vata and kapha abnormalities can influence the auditory nerve, resulting in degeneration of the hearing end organs or obstructions to nerve impulse passage, culminating in presbycusis.
What are the main causes and symptoms of SNHL?
Infections can be caused by diseases such as stroke, high blood pressure, and diabetes, which disrupt the flow of blood into the inner ear. Hearing loss can be caused by bone growth or malignancies in the outer or middle ear. The gradual buildup of earwax, which covers the ear canal, stops sound waves from being transmitted, whether it’s a head or ear injury, eardrum rupture, or noise exposure over a lengthy period of time. Prevention of heredity can be brought about by avoiding loud noise or reducing exposure time. Lawn mowers, food mixers, and hair dryers are all examples of unsafe noise. Wherever you are exposed to dangerous noise levels, use ear protection such as ear plugs or ear muffs. Avoid inserting objects into your ear.
Presbycusis is one of many socio-medical issues that is seen as a hidden handicap. It is a term used to describe hearing loss in the elderly. Hearing loss is a common issue among the elderly, and a person with hearing loss may be unable to hear doorbells and alarms, respond while conversing with others, and so on. They may get dissatisfied, lonely, and sad as a result of all of this. After arthritis and hypertensive illnesses, it is the third most frequent chronic condition among the elderly. Hearing loss occurs in the majority of presbycusis cases as a result of inner ear degeneration, namely the portion of the inner ear containing microscopic blood vessels. Hair cells undergo additional alterations, which are followed by cell loss and a worsening of hearing impairments.
Ayurvedic Home remedies
After shredding a raw onion, squeeze the juice and use it as ear drops on a daily basis. Do not attempt this without first visiting an ENT professional, as the results are highly case specific. Hearing loss can be treated with neem oil, which is a very effective home medicine. After contacting a doctor, apply 2-3 drops of tepid lukewarm neem oil to the affected area. Suhaga (Borax) may be poured into the ear, followed by 4-5 drops of lemon juice. In the ear, mix Adrak (ginger) juice with natural honey and caste. Fresh Tulsi (Holy basil, Ocimum sanctum) leaf juice can also be used in the affected ear in a dose of 4-5 drops. 1 tsp sesame oil, to be combined with fried garlic 5–10 drops (of body-temperature oil) into each ear. This improves the auditory nerve’s ability to hear.
Let’s see what remedies are suggested by Planet Ayurveda
1. Ashwagandha Capsules
Ashwagandha capsules are a herbal composition that can help with debilitating ailments such as fatigue, stress, anxiety, palpitation, ageing, nervous breakdown, and weight loss. Continual usage Ashwagandha tablets assist muscles regain strength, as well as reduce muscle tension and soothe the nervous system. It is a good nervous tonic that helps you improve your physical and mental stamina. Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is a herbaceous medicinal plant that is high in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-stress, mind-boosting, immunity-boosting, and rejuvenating effects. It aids in the management of one’s overall health, strength, and immunity. This plant effectively promotes brain health
Dosage– Take 1-2 capsules twice a day with a glass of water, after each meal.
2. Brahmi Capsules
Brahmi capsule is an Ayurvedic formulation that promotes brain health. It is a valuable and effective herbal medicine for memory enhancement as well as anxiety, tension, vertigo, and mental fatigue relief. These capsules contain a standardised extract of the herb brahmi, which is high in bacosides, a memory enhancer. In Ayurveda, Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), is known as a tridosha balancing herb, which means it is suitable for all body types. It’s a good nervine tonic that’s also high in antioxidants. Brahmi balances all three doshas in the body’s physiology (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha).
Dosage– Take 1-2 capsules two times a day, after meals, with plain water.
3. Neuroplan Syrup
Neuro Plan Syrup is made using a proprietary blend of herbs that have a positive effect on the nervous system. Our nerves have to work a lot because of our fast-paced lives and high stress levels, which causes nervous system weakening. Anxiety, stress, restlessness, depression, and sadness can all be alleviated by using this syrup. This mixture contains herbs such as Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), Madhuyashti (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Mandukaparni (Centella asiatica), Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Shankhpushpi (Convolvulus pluricaulis), Jyotishmati (Celastrus paniculatus), and more species. It promotes concentration, focus, and attention while also increasing memory. This syrup is useful for students and the elderly since it helps to enhance the nervous system.
Dosage– 1 tsp. twice a day is the recommended dosage. Consume up to 3 bottles and results are sure to be seen.
4. Yogendra Rasa
Yogendra Rasa is a traditional composition that helps to maintain the body’s Vata and Pitta balances. This herbal and mineral-based Ayurvedic medicine comes in tablet form. It is beneficial in the treatment of neuromuscular disorders and diabetes. Its ingredients comprise Paarada (Purified and processed Mercury), Gandhaka (processed and purified Sulphur): Combination of both termed as Rasasindura, Loha Bhasma (Iron Bhasma), Gold Bhasma (Swarna Bhasma), Abhrak Bhasma (Purified & processed silica), Shuddha Mukta (Purified and Processed Pearl) and Vanga bhasma (tin bhasma). This Ayurvedic medicine can be used to treat diabetes, urinary tract problems, and frequent urination. It can also be used to treat fistulas, piles, epilepsy, mental disorders, and paralysis. It gives nerves and muscles strength and even functions as a natural aphrodisiac.
How to Take
Take 125 mg-250 mg (1-2) pills with milk or water with a small amount of sugar 1-2 times a day, before or after meals, or as directed by an Ayurvedic physician.
5. Ras Rajeshwar ras
Rasraj Ras is a traditional Ayurvedic medication that balances the vata dosha. This herbal and mineral-based Ayurvedic medicine comes in tablet form. It is beneficial in the treatment of neuromuscular disorders. Its ingredients include Rasa Sindura (Purified and processed Mercury), Abhrak satva (purified and processed Silica, Swarna Bhasma (Gold Bhasma), Loha Bhasma (Iron Bhasma), Rajata Bhasma (Silver Bhasma), Vanga Bhasma (Tin Bhasma), Javitri Churna (Myristica fragrans), Ashwagandha Churna (Withania somnifera), Lavanga Churna (Syzygium aromaticum), Ksheera Kakoli Churna (Fritillaria roylei), Juice extract of kakamachi rasa (Solanum nigrum). Paralysis, hemiplegia, locked jaw, facial palsy, hearing abnormalities, and dizziness are all illnesses that can benefit from this Ayurvedic treatment. Nerves and muscles are also strengthened by the tablets.
Dosage– Take 1-2 tablets containing 125 mg to 250 mg once or twice a day, before or after meals, or as directed by an Ayurvedic doctor. It can be had with milk or water, with a small amount of sugar added.
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Therefore coming to an end, it is concluded that the above mentioned herbal remedies are safe and prepared using standardized extract of herbs. and the best thing is these herbs doesn’t cause any kind of adverse effects on the body. So use these formulations and stay safe and healthy!
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