A Brief Review Study on Sthana Sanchyay Avastha (Accumulation) of Alpha- Synuclein Protein in Parkinson’s disease – An Ayurvedic Point of View

  • Dr. Praveen Sharma , Dr. Sunil R. Khandare


 In Ayurveda, Parkinson's disease is commonly understood as Kampavata. In Ayurveda, Lakshanika Chikitsa is frequently linked to the various phases of the illness, lending meaning to the avoidance of further derangement.But, under the different definitions of Bahukampavata, Snayugatavata, Kaphavruta Vyanavata and Kampavata, the progression of the disease can be understood. As Parkinsonism in Ayurveda is usually treated with better effectiveness Parkinson's disease is a psychiatric condition in which 70% of the presence of Parkinson's disease is compensated. In fact, Parkinson's disease refers to people that have Parkinson's disease without any atypical manifestations and who have essentially regular MRI that excludes all causes of their Parkinsonian symptoms. The key distinction between the two is the influence of the medication on Parkinson's disease and not the other. Parkinson's disease, the second most prevalent neurodegenerative condition after Alzheimer's disease, occurs in around 1 in 1000 individuals in the general population and in 1% of people over 65 years of age via general interventions, drug rehabilitation and surgery, treatment is also mostly directed at avoiding more complications and maintaining the disease.