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Biliary dyskinesia

Chakra Location

Dosha Imbalance

Emotions that Block

An imbalance in the functioning of the liver and gallbladder can be caused by long-term suppression of anger, resentment, disappointment and irritability.

Biliary dyskinesia from the point of view of Ayurveda

Biliary dyskinesia is a disorder of the gallbladder and a part of the biliary system called the sphincter of Oddi. In healthy individuals, the gallbladder serves to store bile – a digestive fluid that is excreted to the small intestine to aid in the breaking down of fats. However, in biliary dyskinesia, bile is unable to reach the intestinal tract resulting in bile to remain in the gallbladder and/or biliary tract leading to pain.
The symptoms of biliary dyskinesia are similar to other gallbladder diseases, such as gallstones. However, the main difference is that biliary dyskinesia causes these symptoms in the absence of gallstones. One of the most common symptoms of biliary dyskinesia is a sudden, sharp pain in the upper-right side of the abdomen. Symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and bloating may also indicate biliary dyskinesia.
There are two types of biliary dyskinesia:
Hyperkinetic biliary dyskinesia – this type occurs when the gallbladder contracts too often or too much but the sphincters do not fully open. This leads to an increase in the amount of unconcentrated bile excreted from the gallbladder and the depletion of bile reserves.
Hypokinetic biliary dyskinesia – is the most common of the two types of biliary dyskinesia, therefore it’s more extensively studied. This type of dyskinesia is characterized by the gallbladder not contracting often enough.
According to Ayurveda, biliary dyskinesia develops due to an imbalance of the three doshas: Pitta, Kapha and Vata. As a reservoir for storing bile, the gallbladder is a Pitta dosha organ that plays an important role in the digestive process. When Kapha energy builds up in the digestive system, it can block the downward flow of the energy governing the removal of waste in the body, Apana Vayu. This increases the upward flow of Vata. Therefore, in the treatment of biliary dyskinesia, Ayurveda focuses on balancing the three doshas.

How Ayurvedic doctors treat biliary dyskinesia

Our Ayurvedic doctors treat biliary dyskinesia at its root by eliminating the factors that cause the disease, which are sought during the diagnosis of the patient's health status. 
Ayurvedic therapies for biliary dyskinesia are safe and effective. Ayurveda recommends starting treatment with Ayurvedic detoxification, also known as Panchakarma procedures, the need and frequency of which is determined by the doctor during the consultation on the Alveda platform. As the intake of Ayurvedic medicines increases the body's detoxification factor and tissue regeneration, our doctors also prescribe natural supplements based on the individual characteristics of the patient. Please note that changes in lifestyle and diet are of fundamental importance in the treatment of biliary dyskinesia.

Tips for effective Ayurvedic treatment of biliary dyskinesia

  • A healthy and right diet can create a condition that promotes normal bile outflow
  • Avoid high cholesterol, greasy, smoked, spicy foods
  • Avoid eating onion, garlic, and radish
  • To normalize bile production eat fruits, vegetables, porridges

Check the Ayurvedic treatment for other liver&gallbladder diseases:

GallstonesLiver cirrhosisJaundiceFatty liver diseasePancreatitisLiver diseaseLiver cancer, Primary sclerosing cholangitisGallbladder polypsGallbladder cancerHepatitis.


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