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An observational study between medasaar and sthaulya purusha

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Dr. Smriti Pandey, Dr. Lipsa Das, Dr. Brajesh Gupta and Dr. Kiran Misra
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Introduction: A balanced or equilibrium condition of Dosha, Dhatu , Mala, agniandhappy state of Atma, indrya, and Mana constitutes Swastha purusha . In this context Dhatu is an essential constituent of the body. In the course of Saptadhatus, Meda dhatu is the fourth dahtu of the body which is in semisolid form and lies in the free space of the muscle tissue, below the skin or a subcutaneous fat. As the saar is used to evaluate the status of the dhatu and satva in the body, the vishuddhameda dhatu expresses itself with certain characters in an individual. On the other side Sthaulya is the disorder of improper Meda dhatu metabolism. Objectives: This research is an attempt to assess the Medasaar purusha along with the Sthaulys purusha by the cardinal symptoms given in Samhita. Objective parameters and Anthropometric measurements to clear the doubts and confusion regarding the two states of Meda dhatu is done to form a standard criteria to establish the two healthy and diseased conditions of Meda dhatu. Method: The study was conducted on a sample of 60 individuals divided inti two groups on the basis of BMI. For this purpose, the study was conducted after careful clinical history, examination and laboratory investigations as per proforma, volunteers were selected and screened for their suitability of getting enrolled as per specific inclusion and exclusion criteria. Results: In between Medasaar and Sthaulya purusha study various differences were found in the normal and diseased condition. There is significant difference in Anthropometric measurements, body fat percentage, visceral fat as well as muscle fat percentage. Conclusion: The results found were highly significant and further studies can be performed taking a large sample size so that more accurate results can be seen to prove the hypothesis and giving a standard criterion in understanding of Medasaarnd Sthaulya.

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