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Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that leads to inflammation in the digestive tract. This condition can spread into deeper tissue layers of the bowel and can affect different areas of the digestive tract in different people. This condition causes pain in the abdomen, severe diarrhea, fatigue, malnutrition and malnutrition. The causes of Crohn’s disease can be excess stress, invasion of microorganisms, poor abdominal responses, malfunctioning of immune system, and heredity.
According to ayurveda, Crohn’s disease is a result of vitiated Pitta dosha that causes inflammation. When the digestive tract is inflamed, it leads to symptoms, which are the same when Pitta is vitiated. The seat of Pitta dosha is the naval region, stomach and rasa tissue. Rasa is the first tissue formed after the nutrition process accomplished by Pitta dosha. When there is indigestion, i.e. when Pitta dosha is vitiated, symptoms similar to Crohn’s disease are observed. Thus, the root cause of Crohn’s disease are- improper digestion of food in the stomach, formation of toxins, less formation of nutritive juices and deficiency of nutritive juices that reach every tissue in the body.
Thus, the Ayurvedic treatment of Crohn’s disease focuses on eliminating the root cause, i.e. by balancing the Pitta dosha. The therapies accompanied in the treatment of this condition are Pravarthana, Pramathyas and Langhana. Further, for the elimination of accumulated toxins, panchakarma procedures, mainly virechana are employed. Rasayana therapy is also used to boost rejuvenation and nourishment of cells. This line of treatment helps in complete reversal of the condition and also helps in the long run.

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Treatment for Crohn’s Disease

According to Ayurveda, Crohn’s disease is a result of vitiated Pitta dosha that causes inflammation. When the digestive tract is inflamed, it leads to symptoms, which are the same when Pitta is vitiated. The seat of Pitta dosha is the naval region, stomach and rasa tissue. Rasa is the first tissue formed after the nutrition process accomplished by Pitta dosha. When there is indigestion, i.e. when Pitta dosha is vitiated, symptoms similar to Crohn’s disease are observed. Thus, the root cause of Crohn’s disease are- improper digestion of food in the stomach, formation of toxins, less formation of nutritive juices and deficiency of nutritive juices that reach every tissue in the body.
Thus, the Ayurvedic treatment of Crohn’s disease focuses on eliminating the root cause, i.e. by balancing the Pitta dosha. The therapies accompanied in the treatment of this condition are Pravarthana, Pramathyas and Langhana. Further, for the elimination of accumulated toxins, panchakarma procedures, mainly virechana are employed. Rasayana therapy is also used to boost rejuvenation and nourishment of cells. This line of treatment helps in complete reversal of the condition and also helps in the long run.

Symptoms

  1. Diarrhea
  2. Fever
  3. Fatigue
  4. Abdominal pain and cramping
  5. Blood in stool
  6. Sores in mouth
  7. Fistula
  8. Kidney stones, Iron deficiency
  9. Delayed sexual development
  10. Inflammation of liver or bile ducts

Causes of Crohn’s disease

  1. Immune response: It's possible that a virus or bacteria causes Crohn's disease, but scientists have yet to discover such a cause. An abnormal immune reaction allows your immune system to deteriorate the cells in your digestive tract as well when it tries to fight off the invading bacterias.
  2. Heredity: Crohn's disease is more frequent in persons who have relatives who have it, thus genes may play a role in making people more vulnerable. Most patients with Crohn's disease, on the other hand, do not have a family history of the condition.

Complications associated with Crohn’s disease

  1. Obstacle to bowel movement: Crohn's disease can alter the entire gut wall thickness. Parts of the gut might scar and constrict with time, obstructing the movement of digestive materials. The unhealthy piece of your colon may require surgery to be removed.
  2. Ulcers: Chronic inflammation can cause open sores (ulcers) throughout your digestive tract, including your mouth and anus, as well as in your genital area (perineum).
  3. Fistulas: Ulcers can sometimes spread all the way through the intestinal wall, resulting in a fistula, which is an unnatural connection between two bodily regions. Fistulas can form between the gut and the skin, between the intestine and other organs. The most frequent type of fistula is one that develops at or around the anal region (perianal).
  4. Anal fissure: A minor break in the tissue that lines the anus or in the skin around the anus can lead to infection. It's frequently linked to uncomfortable bowel motions and can result in a perianal fistula.
  5. Malnutrition: You may find it difficult to eat or for your gut to absorb enough nutrients to keep you fed if you have diarrhea, stomach discomfort, or cramping. Due to iron and vitamin B-12 deficiency, anemia is most common.
  6. Colon cancer: is a kind of cancer that affects the intestine. If you have Crohn's disease that affects your colon and is most likely to manifest colon cancer. People without Crohn's disease should have a colonoscopy every ten years starting at age 50, according to general colon cancer screening guidelines.

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