World Journal of
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*Dr. Pooja Tomer, Prof. Mithilesh Verma, Dr. M. N. Gupta and Dr. Laxmi


Respiratory infections are common disease and one of the major complaints in children. Children are particularly susceptible to RTIs due to the relative immaturity of their immune systems and genetic factors (such as family history)and environmental factors (such as exposure to pollution and pathogens) also render certain age groups of children more vulnerable to infection. Pratishyaya is one of the simple and recurrent conditions frequently encountered in day to day practice and it is also a symptom of various diseases of respiratory system. Recurrent attacks of these problems may lead to adverse effects in the routine activities of the children. According to the site, respiratory infections are divided into two categories, i.e. Upper respiratory tract (URT) infections and lower respiratory tract infections. The most common and first symptom of the respiratory diseases are cold and cough irrespective of the causative organism. Respiratory diseases such as Sinusitis, Common cold, Rhinitis, Influenza, pharyngitis, laryngitis are according to Ayurveda can be included under the heading of Pratishyaya.[4] due to the nidana sevana Vata, pitta, kapha singly or together, as also rakta, having accumulated in the region of the head and getting vitiated due to several aggravating factors give rise to the disease pratishyayaRegarding the treatment of Pratishyaya, the following are the considerations postulated by different Acharya. During the Treatment we kept in mind are the dosha dushti and the sthan vikruti involved in the pratishyaya which need a special attention while deciding the line of treatment so that the disease is totally cured and there is no recurrence.

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