Herpes Zoster Infection: Effective Management Using Yoga Prana Vidya Healing Protocols

Herpes Zoster Infection: Effective Management Using Yoga Prana Vidya Healing Protocols

Publications: International Journal of Medical Science and Dental Research



Nataraj Lingappa,
Associate Certified YPV Healer & Level 1 Trainer, Tumkur, Karnataka


Dr. Venkata Satyanarayana Nanduri,
Consultant ,Research & Publications, YPV Ashram, Sri Ramana Trust, Thally-635118, Tamil Nadu

Abstract :

Introduction: Herpes infections have been acknowledged in disease concepts since ancient times. Medical science has progressed and has produced comprehensive information on herpes viruses, and efficient treatments are now available including complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) such as Yoga Prana Vidya System. Various methods for preventing virus reactivation and virus latency are under research. This paper presents a case of the Herpes Zoster (HZ) of a 19-year-old girl treated with Yoga Prana Vidya System protocols.


Method: This paper uses the case study method going through the patient’s medical records, the YPV healer’s records of the intervention, and the patient’s feedback. The patient was undergoing medical treatment, and the YPV healer conducted a YPV intervention as complementary medicine.

A significant reduction in pain in the affected area occurred from the fourth day of YPV healing. By the 10th day, the patient recovered from the pain completely. The patient felt very cheerful and happy with the results.
Conclusions: YPV framework conventions, with practically little or no utilization of medications or contact, have been demonstrated to work effectively in decreasing different sorts of pain with a speedy recovery, and the results of this study are one such example. YPV Healing treatment has additionally been found to offer solutions to cure different sicknesses as complementary and alternative medication by treating the underlying causes comprehensively. A course educational plan of the YPV Healing treatment framework might be considered for clinical, nursing, and veterinary training. Further Scientific examination is suggested.
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