Inflammatory disorders are leading to the development of many non-communicable diseases and experts will explain markers which will help people take preventive steps.
Inflammatory diseases include a vast array of disorders and conditions that are characterised by inflammation. Examples include allergy, asthma, autoimmune diseases, celiac disease, glomerulonephritis, hepatitis, inflammatory bowel disease, reperfusion injury and transplant rejection. It also includes diseases like diabetes, hypertension, obesity, Parkinson’s, lung disorders etc.
Inflammation is a defence mechanism in the body. The signs and symptoms of inflammation can be uncomfortable but are a show that the body is trying to heal itself. Through lectures and counselling, NIN will help people in identifying those markers which will help identify and prevent a disease.
Dr K Satya Lakshmi, Director of NIN said, “The inflammatory disorders are leading to rising in many non-communicable diseases. We would be making people aware of the same. The drive of making people aware of such issues will be a continuous activity. We would also be counselling people on the same issue at NIN campus.”
A special workshop is arranged today. There will be sessions on
- Understanding Inflammation and its Disorders in Naturopathic perspective.
- Managing Inflammatory Disorders, Naturally.
- Yogic management of Inflammatory Disorders.
Subject experts from NIN will be delivering the lectures on the same. The lectures will be arranged at NIN campus in Pune.
Dr Hyndavi Salwa, Research department head at NIN, said, “There are different preventive measures like fasting and diet, mud and water therapy. We would make people aware of them. After assessment of the condition of the patient we would suggest them what should be done. Also after eliminating the disorder, we would also work for boosting natural immunity.”