Conventional Treatment of Pancreatitis
Ayurvedic Treatment of Pancreatitis
Ayurvedic treatment for Pancreatitis is a one year long regime of regulated diet, lifestyle and a combination of Ayurvedic formulations. This includes initial three weeks inhouse treatment under the supervision of the treating physician. Later, the treatment is continued following the prescribed diet and lifestyle along with medicines.
A daily diet comprising of 1800-2400 calories divided into three meals and three snacks is advised. The diet should be rich in protein and dairy products. Consumption of tea, coffee, aerated drinks, refined flour, onion, garlic, tomato, packaged or reheated food items is refrained.
The patients are advised eight hours of undisturbed sleep at night. Physical and mental exertion should be avoided, especially during the initial four months.
The main Ayurvedic formulation prescribed is Amar. It should be taken thrice a day during meals. Other supportive medicines are also prescribed based on individual symptoms of patients.