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Case Report

Year: 2020 |Volume: 1 | Issue: 7 |Pages: 253-258

Integrative Therapy (Naturopathy, Yoga and Ayurveda) Helped in Obesity – A case Study

About Author

Anuradha Khandekar1 , Sujata Deshmukh2 , Archana R.Lade3

1M.O., Joint Coordinator Arogyadham, Kasturba Nisargoupchar Yoga Center, MGIMS Campus, Warud Road, Sevagram (Wardha) India

2Naturopathy & Yoga Assistance, Arogyadham

3Medical officer, ICF-ICMR TB Research Project, MGIMS, .Sewagram

Correspondence Address:

Dr. Anuradha Khandekar MGIMS Campus, Warud Road, Sevagram (Wardha) 442102, M.S. Email:, Web:

Date of Acceptance: 2020-10-09

Date of Publication:2020-11-02


Source of Support: NIL

Conflict of Interest: NIL

How To Cite This Article: Anuradha Khandekar, Integrative Therapy (Naturopathy, Yoga and Ayurveda) Helped in Obesity – A case Study, Int. J Ind. Med. 2020;1(7):253-258


The fat may be equally distributed around the body or concentrated on the stomach or midriff (apple-shaped) or the hips and thigh. A  44 yrs. old female from New Delhi was admitted at Arogyadham (Sevagram) for 15 days indoor package for Obesity. The goal of treatment was to reduce weight, to reduce BMI and restore normal health as well as to get detoxification done. Patient given Naturopathy diet plus therapies for first Five days, along with Yoga therapy and Basti as a Panchakarma therapy which includes Anuvasanabasti and Asthapanabasti alternately for next 10 days. At the end of 15 days duration, weight reduced y 6-7 kg. Over all it’s a nice experience for her which not only helped her physically but mentally also.

Keywords: Obesity, Arogyadham, Anuvasanabasti, yoga




Issue: 7

Volume: 1 (2020): Month - 11

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