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Padmavathi Kora; A Rajani; M C Chinnaiah; K Swaraja; K Meenakshi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 2257-2269

The key factor of death in India is the enormous increase of coronary artery diseases. The blood
pressure smoking diabetes serum cholesterol asthma and body mass index are the major cad risk factors in the indian population. Life pattern patterns socio-economic status and vascular disorder such as artery atherosclerosis play a crucial role in the development of cardiovascular disorders aside from these hereditary influences. As the main blood vessels that supply our heart with blood oxygen and nutrients get damaged coronary artery disease occurs. For coronary artery disease, cholesterol-containing de- posits plaque in arteries and inflammation are typically observed. The goal of this paper is to assess the effectiveness of the Naturopathy and Mediation program in coronary atherosclerosis regression and cardiac injury reduction in an open study. Naturopathy diet salt minimal high-fiber vegetarian diet mild yoga and stress relief by rajyoga meditation was given to one hundred Angio graphically effected mild to extreme coronary artery atherosclerosis patients. Training in self-responsibility healthy and self-empowerment through the inner approach to self-consciousness using Rajyoga meditation is its most prominent aspect. After a 90-day inhouse reassessment and specialized preparation patients are invited for one year of follow-up. All the patients were assessed at the end of 3 months to undergo repeat angiography. Our goal in this study is to study the overall positive adjustments in physio- logical biochemical and psychological parameters of cardiac patients closely linked to the program of Naturopathy and meditation. The  study involved 200 patients with suspicious cad and one-year follow-up with clinical results from the coronary ct Angiography examination.

Revealing The Reliability Of Ayurveda Over Other Vedas

Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka,Harikumar Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 4346-4353

Ayurveda is seen as one of the ancient medical systems that predate even the
advent of modern science. This time-honored method of medicine has not been thoroughly
studied by modern science. The traditional medical experience opens new doors for herbal
research. The lack of knowledge of the similarities and distinctions between these systems'
inherent strengths and weaknesses are the primary obstacles to their integration. A
reviewer attempts to bring the concepts of Ayurveda to the fore that are centuries old and
puts them to the test in the modern context. This would serve the young physicians and
researchers and enable them to grasp conventional systems better, improve upon their
similar ideas, and promote universal acceptance of the same ideas in these systems.