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Vyāna Āvr̥ta Samāna

Vyāna Āvr̥ta Samāna
There is interplay between gati of vyāna with gati of Samāna. Therefore when rasa vikshepan karma of vyāna related to Samāna vāyu is vitiated, the later becomes āvr̥ta and in turn annapācana, vivechan and munchan karma of Samāna are inhibited or decreased.
Sympathetic nerves have dual action in some cases; it increases secretion but if parasympathetic is already causing copious secretion than sympathetic usually reduces the secretion mainly by vasoconstriction reducing the blood supply.
Although Enteric Nervous System (ENS) can function autonomously; Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) connects ENS centrally. When ANS activity is increased it has its impact on gastrointestinal tract. Sympathetic overstimulation causes vasoconstriction which reduces secretion of gastric juices and pancreas exocrine secretion. Their insufficiency can cause malabsorption syndrome in which predominant feature is steatorrhoea, deficiency of fat soluble vitamins, protein and carbohydrate deficiency related features.
As compensatory mechanism vasodilatation in skin leads to excessive sweating and skin related features.
Vyāna Āvr̥ta Samāna
There is interplay between gati of vyāna with gati of Samāna. Therefore when rasa vikshepan karma of vyāna related to Samāna vāyu is vitiated, the later becomes āvr̥ta and in turn annapācana, vivechan and munchan karma of Samāna are inhibited or decreased.
Sympathetic nerves have dual action in some cases; it increases secretion but if parasympathetic is already causing copious secretion than sympathetic usually reduces the secretion mainly by vasoconstriction reducing the blood supply.
Although Enteric Nervous System (ENS) can function autonomously; Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) connects ENS centrally. When ANS activity is increased it has its impact on gastrointestinal tract. Sympathetic overstimulation causes vasoconstriction which reduces secretion of gastric juices and pancreas exocrine secretion. Their insufficiency can cause malabsorption syndrome in which predominant feature is steatorrhoea, deficiency of fat soluble vitamins, protein and carbohydrate deficiency related features.
As compensatory mechanism vasodilatation in skin leads to excessive sweating and skin related features.

 

Prof. Dr. Satyendra Narayan Ojha ,
MD (KC), Ph.D.
Director , Yashawant ayurveda college , Post graduate teaching and research center ,
Kodoli ,Panhala , Kolhapur..
 drsnojha@rediffmail. com

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