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J Res Educ Indian Med . 1982; 1(3): 31-34


RHYTHMIC VARIATION OF DOSAS IN DIFFERENT SEASONS AND THEIR NEUROHUMORAL ASSESSMENT

R. H. SINGHl, V. D AGRAWAL.




Abstract

Rhythmicity is the characteristic of nature. Summer follows winter, new moon folloM old, day follows night. "So do flux and reflux. the rhythm of change, alternate and persist in everything under the sky" (Thomas Hardy). The universe is not static, every component. from an electron to the galaxy is continuously moving. Such movements can never proceed for ever in the same direction. Sooner or later it must complete a circle or stop and return in the opposite direction. This is the basis of rhythm. All living organisms are set into the solid framework of physical world, the structure

Key words: RHYTHMIC VARIATION, DOSAS, SEASONS, NEUROHUMORAL ASSESSMENT






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