An Interventional Comparative Study in Reducing The Perceived Stress among Employees of Hubli with Shirolepa and Shiropichu along with Concomitant Treatments

Authors : Dr. Prayagaprasad U R; Dr. Prashanth A S

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 8 - August

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20AUG615

Today is the era of modernization and fast life where everybody is busy and living a stressful life. Advancement of busy, professional and social life, continuous work and overexertion, changing life style of modern human being has created several disharmonies in his biological system. The present clinical study was conducted in Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya and Hospital Hubli to compare the combined effectiveness of Shirolepa & Shiropichu in Reducing the Perceived Stress in Employees along with Concomitant Treatments in Chittodwega caused by Occupational stress. The research Question of the study were: Whether the combined effect of Shirolepa with concomitant treatment significantly decrease the signs and symptoms of Occupational stress vis-a-vis Chittodwega ; the scores of Professional life stress scale and DSM V when compared to Shiropichu with Jyothismathi tailam followed by concomitant treatments. The design of the study was Open Labeled Double Arm (Uncontrolled) Exploratory Clinical Trail. Overall effect of therapy showed that, 70% patient was cured or markedly improved at the end of 60 days of treatment in the Shirolepa group. 30% patients gained moderate improvement. While in the Shiropichu group 35% of patients gained marked improvement, 60% were moderately improved while 5% were having mild improvement. Hence, it can be concluded that, improvement in the Shirolepa group was more significant and consistent as compared to Shiropichu group. By seeing the results it’s evident that no patient had complete remission after Shirolepa/Shiropichu followed by Nasya i.e. on 15th day. This implies that only Shirolepa or Shiropichu is insufficient for the management of Chittodwega (OS). After completion of the treatment (60days) Subjects got marked relief in the symptoms. So the present study was ideal for Occupational stress having a package of treatments for long duration.

Keywords : Occupational Stress, Chittodwega, Shiropichu, Shirolepa, Professional Life Stress Scale, DSM V


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