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Learn to Live by Boosting Vital Strength (Ojas)

Learn to Live by Boosting Vital Strength (Ojas)

Diseases of immune system arise due to disturbance in Ojas as per Ayurveda and it is the essence of all Bodily tissues (Dhatus) starting from Lymphatic System (Rasa) to Reproductive System (Shukra) which is responsible for strength and immunity. Food is the basis of all life as well as of Strength, Complexion and Ojas. [1] The concept of Ojas (Vital strength) explains the direct correlation between digestion and immunity. Ojas is the final product of physiological transformation happening in our body as part of tissue nourishment. [2] It is considered as the essence of the food we consume, and a healthy level of it indicates proper tissue nourishment.

Rasa (lymphatic and blood capillaries along with whole blood) is also one of the closely resembling synonyms of Oja as it contains antibodies and cells which develop the immunity power of body. Oja appeared foremost in the human body during embryogenesis. [3] Further nutrition and enrichment in the quantity of Ojas takes place by nutrient materials (Ahararasa), which is derived from mother’s body and possesses qualities similar to Ojas and it also simultaneously nourishes the growing embryo. Thus, it is obvious that Ojas is produced and nourished from food substances, which are conductive to Ojas. Wholesome Diet and Rasayan Dravya (Plants for rejuvenation) should be administered to maintain Ojas in its optimal state.[4] Immunity is the only way for every human being to fight against causative factors of diseases. Ayurveda has described the concept of Ojas which can be equated to Immunity. Proper and wholesome diet is the main source for getting optimum status of Ojas to fight against diseases. Ayurveda has described the wholesome diet which can be digested by proper digestive power and results the best Immunity i.e. Ojas. Therefore, Ojas is most obligatory for learn to live with virus now a days in this Pandemic era.

Reference

  1. Shashtri Ambikadutta. (Editors) Vedotpatti, Sushruta Samhita, Varanasi: Chaukambha Sanskrita Sansthan; Reprint 2006:5.
  2. Charaka Samhita (Vaidya manorama Hindi commentary). Shukla V, Tripathi R, editors. 1 st ed. New Delhi: Choukhambha Sanskrit publication; 2010. Sutrasthana, 17/75.p.267.
  3. Astanga Hridayam. Murtthy KRS, editor. 9th ed. Varanasi: Choukhambha Krishnadas Academy; 2013. Sutrasthana, 11/39-40. p.164.
  4. Taneja SS, Shah O. Complications of Urologic Surgery E-Book: Prevention and Management. Elsevier Health Sciences; 2017 Sep 7.

न्युमोनिया हा फुफ्फुसांमध्ये किती प्रमाणात वाढला आहे हे समजण्यासाठी HRCT मध्ये Score दिला जातो.

न्युमोनिया हा फुफ्फुसांमध्ये किती प्रमाणात वाढला आहे हे समजण्यासाठी HRCT मध्ये Score दिला जातो.

न्युमोनिया हा फुफ्फुसांमध्ये किती प्रमाणात वाढला आहे हे समजण्यासाठी HRCT मध्ये Score दिला जातो.

 हा स्कोर 0 ते 25 या दरम्यान असतो. 0 स्कोर याचा अर्थ फुफ्फुसांत न्यूमोनिया अजिबात पसरलेला नाही असा होतो तर 25 स्कोर म्हणजे न्यूमोनिया फुफ्फुसांत सर्वत्र पसरलेला आहे असा अर्थ होतो.

 25 पैकी स्कोर असताना

 कमी प्रमाणातील न्यूमोनिया — 12 पेक्षा कमी स्कोर असणे.

 मध्यम न्यूमोनिया — 12 ते 18 स्कोर असणे.

तीव्र स्वरुपाचा न्यूमोनिया — 18 पेक्षा जास्त स्कोर असणे.

फुफ्फुसे किती टक्के बाधित झाली आहेत हे कळण्यासाठी HRCT Score ला ४ ने गुणले जाते. पण ते दरवेळी बरोबर येईलच असे सांगता येत नाही.

 बऱ्याच रिपोर्ट मध्ये HRCT Score हा ४० पैकी दिला जातो त्यावेळी वरील दोन्ही नियम लागू पडत नाहीत.

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Protect yourself and others from getting sick

Protect yourself and others from getting sick

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  •                Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing

It’s especially important to wash:

Before eating or preparing food

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After leaving a public place

After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing

After handling your mask

After changing a diaper

After caring for someone sick

After touching animals or pets

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    • Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from other people.
    • Keeping distance from others is especially important for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick

Cover your mouth and nose with a mask when around others

  • You could spread COVID-19 to others even if you do not feel sick.
  • The mask is meant to protect other people in case you are infected.
  • Everyone should wear a mask in public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
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