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How does Ayurveda view the role of genetics in cancer development and prevention?

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How does Ayurveda view the role of genetics in cancer development and prevention?

QuestionsCategory: cancerHow does Ayurveda view the role of genetics in cancer development and prevention?
Chitranjan asked 8 months ago
How does Ayurveda view the role of genetics in cancer development and prevention?
Dr. Bommu Venkateshwara Reddy Staff replied 7 months ago

We are all aware that Ayurveda is an Indian traditional system of medicine from the ancient Vedic times. It provides a consolidative approach to health and attaining equilibrium of body, mind, emotions, spirit, and environment.

Ayurveda is called the “Life of Science;” as Ayus means Life and Veda means knowledge or science. This profound knowledge is extracted from the ancient Ayurvedic texts of Charaka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita and explains detailed information about the physiology and interdependent systems of the body.

It has explained the variations in human constitution, surgical techniques, use of herbs and herbal mixture for attaining better human health.
Ayurveda adopted the principles of nature to determine the different body types or constitutions and their response to the environment.

It also analyses the interactions of body constitution with diseases and responses to drugs. Ayurveda endorses guidelines for enduring balance and foiling against disease.

A better way to figure out Ayurveda may be through the science of epigenetics. It is determined that epigenetic factors play a major key role in estimating lifelong health. Epigenetics intercodes molecular nuclear responses to the environment in time for generations. Effects of Ayurvedic herbs and lifestyle recommendations also explained on the basis of epigenetic mechanisms.

During the entire expression process , the two strands of DNA are separated for the formation of messenger RNA (m RNA) in the transcription process. The transfer RNA (tRNA) helps the translation process to develop amino acids which combine for the formation of proteins.

Through the opening and closing of DNA strands, DNA does not do anything, i.e, it does not change the structure of DNA, and even creates the expressed part that becomes the phenotype.

A feedback loop always influences the expression of DNA and it also influences the epigenetics, which means lifestyle, diet and digestion, stress, and environmental effects of health.

A self-referral feedback loop is given by meditation which provides conscious connection with the deep inner Self. This explains the epigenetic feedback loop in the cells of the body. In meditation, the feedback loop to the deep inner Self (the seat of knowledge, like DNA) gives inner peace and bliss. Meditation removes the accumulated stress of life and enhances overall health.

In the process of meditation, the mind transforms the senses, intellect, and ego, and will reach the deep inner Self consciousness. It conveys the characteristics of pure Consciousness such as peace, bliss, energy, and creativity that are expressed in our daily activities of life.

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