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Abstract

PRAKṚTI AS A RISK FACTOR IN MEDOROGA (DYSLIPIDEMIA): A NIDĀNĀTMAKA STUDY INCORPORATING WHO STEPS APPROACH

Dr. Bilal Ahmad Wani*, Dr. S. K. Mandal and Dr. Pawankumar Godatwar

ABSTRACT

Context: Prak?ti determines the response of an individual to environmental factors, drugs and susceptibility to diseases making it one of the earliest known concepts of predictive, preventive and personalized medicine. Changing life style of an individual by neglecting the suitability of ?h?ra and vih?ra according to ones Prak?ti has led to many life style disorders. Aim: Present study was intended to assess the association of Prak?ti (Constitutional types) as a risk factor in Medoroga with special reference to Dyslipidemia. Methods: A Nid?n?tmaka study was conducted at NIA Jaipur in which 513 subjects of either sex were included after informed consent and the data were collected to measure the risk factors of non-communicable diseases in terms of Prak?ti with special reference to Medoroga (Dyslipidemia) by incorporating WHO STEPS Approach. Results: Most of the subjects i.e. 47.17% were of Pitta- Kapha Prak?ti and total 78.74% subjects were of Kapha dominant Prak?ti in the current Nid?n?tmaka survey. In this study 113 subjects were found Dyslipidemic in which most of the subjects i.e. 41.59% were of Pitta- Kapha Prak?ti and total 77.86%subjects were of Kapha dominant Prak?ti. Discussion: In this study it was concluded that Kapha dominant Prak?ti predisposes to Medoroga (Dyslipidemia) and can be considered as an important risk factor in its etiology. So Prak?ti helps us to become aware of the disease we may become prone to, and accordingly helps us to follow a preventive lifestyle.

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