Ayurvedic Perspective on Vestibular Hypofunction? All about the Disease, Varun Dhawan is diagnosed with
A complex set of structures that are known to serve a wide range of functions that are important for a sense of equilibrium in the body is called the vestibular system of the body. The vestibular system plays a very important role in a variety of body functions. The coordination of eye movements, the balance of posture, and equilibrium are maintained by a vestibular system of the body. Here in this article, we will discuss Vestibular hypofunction, a problem associated with a vestibular system with particular reference to actor Varun Dhawan. . Let’s continue..
Vestibular system is formed of a bony labyrinth and a vestibule with semicircular canals. Vestibular hypofunction is a condition that affects the balance of an individual. Vestibular hypofunction occurs when the ear, especially the internal part of the ear, does not work properly. The poor functioning of the vestibular system may be associated with vertigo, dizziness, vomiting, and cognitive failures. There is an inability to respond properly and the person feels dizzy. Hence here in this article, we will discuss vestibular hypofunction with its ayurvedic aspect.
The Symptoms of Vestibular Hypofunction are–
- Poor thought process and balance
- Difficulty in walking
- Nausea and feeling of Vomiting
- Inability to maintain posture
- Difficulty in walking in darker places
- Abnormal movement of the eyes.
The basic Causes of Vestibular Hypofunction are–
- Excessive use of Medicines
- Recurrent Infections
- A problem in the inner ear.
- Poor circulation in the ear.
The Diagnostic Criteria of Vestibular Hypofunction can be as–
- Rotatory Chair Test
- Head Impulse Test (HIT)
- Vestibular-Evoked Myogenic Potentials (VEMP)
- Dynamic Visual Acuity Test (DVA)
- Torsion Swing Test.
As per the Ayurvedic context, we can correlate the Vestibular hypofunction with Vata prakopa (aggravation of Vata) in the body. A poor lifestyle and improper intake of food lead to the accumulation of toxins in the body. Predominantly Vyan Vayu ( a type of Vata) and Pran Vayu (another type of Vata) are aggravated leading to sroto dushti (infiltrating or blocking the channels) with vitiated pitta and kapha dosha. Bhram i.e delusion is the most basic clinical feature associated with this problem. This vata prakopa ( the aggravation of Vata dosha) leads to shunyata (emptiness), samarnshakti nash (memory loss), and balbhransh (loss of strength). Even a person is not able to recall and recognize the easy things.
From the perspective of Ayurvedic management, Panchakarma can be done to drain out the doshas. Vaman karma and Nasya therapy can be advised as per shodhana karma. Herbs that can help to manage Vestibular hypofunction are Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), Vacha (Acorus calamus), Shankhpushpi (Convolvulus pluricaulis), and Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) and many more. These herbs are also present as the chief ingredient in the formulations of Planet Ayurveda. Which we will discuss below.
Herbal Remedies by Planet Ayurveda for Vestibular Hypofunction
Planet Ayurveda is a GMP-certified hub for the manufacturing of top-class herbal formulations. These herbal formulations are derived from ayurvedic texts and manufactured under the guidance of Ayurveda experts. The formulations are result oriented, authentic, and manufactured under the guidance of Ayurveda experts. Following are the herbal remedies for the management of Vestibular hypofunction
- Boswellia Curcumin
- Guggul Capsule
- Neurogeine Capsule
- Indian Valeriana
- Memory Support
1. Boswellia Curcumin
Boswellia curcumin is a herbal formulation of Planet Ayurveda having Shallaki (Boswellia serrata) and Curcumin (Curcuma longa) as the chief ingredients. The herb Shallaki acts as an analgesic and curcumin is a well-known anti-inflammatory herb. Hence this capsule acts as the best herbal remedy for the management of vestibular hypofunction. The properties of these herbal capsules help to reduce the Vata dosha, thus vestibular hypofunction can be managed by Boswellia curcumin.
Dosage– 2 capsules twice daily.
2. Guggul Capsules
Guggul capsules by Planet Ayurveda are standardized extracts of the best quality Guggulu (Commiphora mukul). Guggul is a well-known herb to drain toxins out of the body. Guggul capsules help to maintain healthy bones and joints. Also, it supports healthy muscles. These capsules can be taken on a regular basis on the Guggul capsules provided by Planet Ayurveda can be taken as dietary supplements on a regular basis.
Dosage–1 capsule twice daily.
3. Neurogenie Capsule
Neurogenie capsule is a herbal formulation of Planet Ayurveda. The chief ingredients of the Neurogenie capsule are the standard extract of Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) and Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera). As the name indicates the Neuogenie capsule of Planet Ayurveda is helpful to manage the condition of vestibular hypofunction. This formulation helps to enhance the Brain tone and activity.
Dosage – 2 Capsules twice daily.
4. Indian Valeriana
Indian Valerina capsule is a herbal formulation of Planet Ayurveda having Tagar (Valeriana wallichii) as the chief ingredient. Due to its Tridosha balancing properties, it helps to reduce the Vata dosha especially and hence promotes good nervine status. Tagar helps the patient with Vestibular Hypofunction to get good sleep and improve the symptoms of the disease. Being a sleep-inducing agent tagar helps to prevent insomnia and stress.
Dosage – 1 capsule twice daily.
5. Memory Support Capsule
Memory support capsule is a herbal formulation of Planet Ayurveda containing Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), Vacha (Acorus calamus), Shankhpushpi (Convolvulus pluricaulis) and Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra). As the name indicates, the memory support capsule of Planet Ayurveda acts as a natural memory tonic, aphrodisiac, and stress buster. It acts as a boon for patients of Vestibular Hypofunction.
Dosage– 1 capsule twice daily
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As per the above discussion, we can say Ayurvedic herbs can be beneficial in managing Vestibular hypofunction. This problem is associated with the deprived status of the vestibular system. These herbal remedies help to maintain the good functioning of the vestibular system. This is the beauty of Ayurveda ayurvedic herbs and their integrated approach is able to manage such rare conditions on the basis of tridoshas management and ama dosha pacification. The herbs of Planet Ayurveda are pure, derived from natural extract, and free from harmful preservatives. The time today is of Ayurveda, the one who believes will be lucky and healthy. Detoxification is the ultimate way to stay healthy and Ayurveda is the guiding science for the secret of long life.
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