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*Dr. Shailesh Singh, Dr. Sonal Meena, Dr. Jitendra Kumar Sharma, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Sharma and Dr. Deepa


We all convey our emotions in different ways through distinct facial expressions. There are expressions on the body as well. These physical manifestations take the shape of bodily cravings or reflexes. According to Ayurveda, Vegas are explained as different passions (natural drives) in the human body. Some impulses are necessary for the body's well-being. Some are non-suppressible (Adharniya) and some are suppressible (Dharniya Vegas). Dharniya Vegas appears as Krodha (angry), Shoka (sorrow), Lobha (greediness) and Adharniya in form of Mutra (urination), Purish (defecation), Nidra (sleep) etc. are explained in different texts. There are several literatures that discuss things like Mala Mutra Tyaga (defecation), Nidra (sleep), etc. Because some natural desires are tied to how the body works physiologically, suppressing them might result in a pathological condition.[1] Such Adharniya Vegas have been explained by the Acharaya. One of these is the tear reflex, or Ashru Vega. None of the Acharyas provided a precise information of how Ashru is formed in the Ayurvedic literature. In order to clarify the notion of Ashru and its Vega based on fundamental Ayurvedic principles, there is an insufficiency of facts.

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