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The Contemporary strength of Ayurvedic Geriatrics

Ram Harsh Singh.

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Aging is an inevitable Swabhāva of living being which is hallmarked with involution of the organism manifesting with a set of biological features and incapacities. The old age is also frequently associated with preponderance of a set of illnesses specific to old age. As the incidence of elderly people is rising in the population world over including India, it is now felt necessary to develop newer strategies for Geriatric health care. Ayurveda has discussed the issues related to Geriatric care and has projected a special branch of medicine called ‘Rasāyana Tantra’ to promote longevity and good health through a range of life style measures, dietary care and use of rejuvenative remedies called Rasāyana. Ayurveda has a potential to contribute substantially to this newly emerging branch of Medicine.

Key words: Geriatrics, Rasāyana, Pancha Karma, Ayurveda


 
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