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ROLE OF LIFE STYLE DISORDER IN INSOMNIA W. S. R TO NIDRANASH

Pooja Prakash Bhingarde*, Sanjeevkumar Bagore and Vrinda Kaknurkar

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Role of Life style disorder in Insomnia w.s.r to Nidranash. Insomnia is a sleep disorder that is characterised by difficulty in falling asleep. It is usually caused by psychological or psychiatric disorders, shift work, other environmental causes, pain. Most cases of insomnia are related to poor sleeping habits, depression, anxiety, lack of exercise, chronic illness or certain medication. Sleep disturbance include too much sleep (hypersomnolence or excessive daytime sleepiness), insufficient or poor quality sleep (insomnia) and abnormal behaviour during sleep (parasomnias). Prevalence of Insomnia is 9% in general population and about 30% suffer occasional insomnia. So Insomnia is included in Life style disorder. According to Ayurveda, our health is like a building, supported by three pillars i.e Trayostambha- Aahar, Nidra and Bramhacharya. Trayostambha regulate the body and mind and promote healthy life. Insufficiency of sleep (Nidranash) is one of the factor closely related to lifestyle disorder. Improper sleep leads to Dukha (Illness), Karshya (Emaciation), Abalam (Weakness), Kleebata (Impotency), Adnyan (Ignorance), Maranam (Death).

Keywords: Insomnia, Nidranash, Trayopstambha.


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