Yogic Management of Sthaulya (Obesity): A Case Report
Dr. Indrayani Sunil Shrigiriwar, Dr. Santosh D. Kamble
Lifestyle disorder, Obesity, Sthaulya, Yogasana module
An excessive deposition of body fat leads to an obesity. In ayurveda the obesity is defined as the excessive deposition of fat at the breast, belly, or abdomen and at the buttocks. It considered as a lifestyle disorder in India. In India, it’s the second big health problem after diabetes mellitus. In every age, obesity having its own role. Obesity can be in heredity it may produce due to many other reasons. But here in this study we include the participant / patient who is obese due to lack of exercise and sedentary lifestyle. This present case study is of a 35 year old female patient who presented with complaints of Weight gain , breathlessness, restlessness, Extreme fatigue, Extreme lethargy, Lack of concentration and memory & Excessive Sweating which were progressively increasing and disturbing her daily routine activities. She was adviced to follow the yogasana module for about 8 weeks regularly with follow up after completing the 8 weeks. After the treatment , the patient reported significant relief in her symptoms and after two months, she was able to perform his routine activities without any disturbance. The yogasana module is effective in the management of obesity if one follows it sincerely and regularly. . Therefore, this study is to observe the effects of yogasana module in the management of obesity.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 4

Page(s): 128 - 132
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