Review Article On Chronic Cough With Modern As Well As Ayurvedic Approach
Keywords:kasa ,cough and Dosha, pathogenesis, management
Cough is the most common symptoms experienced by patients in day to day OPD and till diagnosis and management is challenge due to variety of causes. Chronic cough significantly influence the quality of life of patients. ‘Kasa’ is the disease explained in Ayurvedic science in which most of the presentation resembles ‘Cough’ in modern science. Cough is the symptoms in various diseases and it also found independently. Chronic cough is considered to be cause due to respiratory tract infection, COPD, Bronchial Asthma, GERD(gastro-esophageal reflux disease), post-nasal drip.In Ayurveda there is detailed description of pathogenesis and management of Kasa. According to Ayurveda various etiological factors causes imbalance in Dosha(Vata,Pitta, Kapha) which lead to disease kasa. This article discuss the etiology, symptoms, pathogenesis and management of kasa(cough) with Ayurvedicas well as modern prospective.
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