A Review Paper on Psychiatry Disorders & its Treatment by Ayurvedic Approach

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PharmaTutor (September- 2014)
ISSN: 2347 - 7881
(Volume 2, Issue 9)

 

Received On: 01/07/2014; Accepted On: 14/07/2014; Published On: 01/09/2014

 

AUTHORS: Kuntal Pal1, Sampat Kumar Kundu2*, Shatabisha Bhattacharjee2, Shounak Roy3
1Institute of Medical Sciences, Rajiv Gandhi South Campus, Banaras Hindu University, Barkaccha, Mirzapur.
2Gurunanak Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Technology, Sodepur, West Bengal.
3Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, Jharkhand
*sampatkundu001@gmail.com

 

ABSTRACT:
Psychiatric disorders are astonishingly common. In any given year, over 25 percent of adults have one or more diagnosable mental disorders, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. For the most part, psychiatric disorders are highly responsive to treatment. There have many ayurvedic plants/medicine which are effectively use for the psychiatric disorders. Ayurveda, being a stream of treatment, can no way ignore the importance of psychic condition of a patient to effectively diagnosis and treat disorders. Medical science admits that the root cause of multiple disorders lies in psychic tensions. Ayurveda too has a well developed branch of psychiatry, which has clinically proven practices of treating mental ailments and also physical problems associated with psychological imbalances. On a psychological level we naturally try to harmonies these problems but if we are not able to it can lead to a mental disorders. The causes are many but often stem from our own way of looking at things and the inability or unwillingness of our mind to process what is happening. Sometimes we just don’t want to let go of a belief or viewpoint. At other times we might be attached to a result and when something comes to challenge this, as life tends to do, we find our mind under stress in trying to work through the issue. On an unconscious level the mind may know what to do but at a conscious level the mind wants to do something else creating a conflict between the inner and outer, or the personality and the soul. The result often manifests as a Mental Disorder or sickness.

 

How to cite this article: K Pal, SK Kundu, S Bhattacharjee, S Roy; A Review Paper on Psychiatry Disorders & its Treatment by Ayurvedic Approach; PharmaTutor; 2014; 2(9); 30-35

 

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