An Ayurvedic approach to Post Covid Symptoms

  • Soumya P. Final year Post Graduate Scholar, Department of PG studies in Kayachikitsa, B.V.V.Sangha’s BVVS Ayurved Medical College & Hospital, Bagalkot, Karnataka, India.
  • Shivaleela S. Kalyani Professor & Head of Department, Department of PG studies in Kayachikitsa, B.V.V.Sangha’s BVVS Ayurved Medical College & Hospital, Bagalkot, Karnataka, India.
  • Sunilkumar M. Chabnur Reader, Department of PG studies in Kayachikitsa, B.V.V.Sangha’s BVVS Ayurved Medical College & Hospital, Bagalkot, Karnataka, India.
Keywords: Covid 19, Post Covid Symptoms, SARS-COV, Immunity.

Abstract

COVID- 19, the recent virus outbreak declared as Pandemic by WHO threatened the world by its fast-spreading nature and is yet creating an alarmed situation throughout the world by Post Covid Symptoms. A recent study on post-COVID manifestation of symptoms showed that about 72 percent of participants had major complaints only 10.8 percent of survivors assessed in the study had no symptoms or manifestations Post Covid. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, tiredness, and dry cough. Some patients may have aches and pain. However, the worlds had suffered a lot with this pandemic, further the Post Covid symptoms, may add burden to the population in handling their daily works and needs. The incidence is higher in older age group, obesity, diabetic, hypertensive and other respiratory illness. Due to persistent viremia, lack of immunity, Mental factors and other immune responses. Aim: To Understand the Post COVID Symptoms and Their Management Through Ayurvedic Treatment Modalities. Data source: Ayurvedic literature, Different Ayurvedic and Medical journal, Review articles, Evidence-based articles published online, various National health websites are considered. Result: Ayurveda has enormous potential and treatment options which are available for enhancing the immunity and systemic illness and positively influence mental health, thus helpful in combating Post Covid symptoms. Conclusion: Ayurveda should be used as main treatment modality for Heath restoration and Prevention of Post Covid symptoms and recurrence, rather than an adjuvant therapy in treating Post COVID symptoms.

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How to Cite
Soumya P., Shivaleela S. Kalyani, & Sunilkumar M. Chabnur. (2021). An Ayurvedic approach to Post Covid Symptoms. Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, 6(4), 235 - 241. Retrieved from https://jaims.in/jaims/article/view/1413
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Review Article