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A REVIEW STUDY OF NIDRA-NASHA AND ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH AYURVEDA

Dr. Mahesh Kumar, Dr. Vikash Bhatnagar, Dr. Tamanna Gumber*, Dr. Lovepreet, Dr. Neha Kumawat and Dr. Anita Bochalya

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Ayurveda is the "Science of Life" a unique science and philosophy that harmonises the psychological, emotional, spiritual, and other elements necessary for overall wellness. The continuation of our life depends heavily on sleep. Nidra (sleep) is one of the Tray-upastambha according to Ayurveda (three sub- pillars of life). Lack of sleep or disrupted sleep can have negative impacts on the body and the mind. According to Ayurveda, the pathological condition of sleep deprivation and disruption is referred to as Nidra-nasha. Old age and physical conditions were once thought to be the main causes of sleep deprivation or disturbed sleep. Sleep disorders or sleep deprivation became common place as mental stress quickly overtook people's lives. People are currently spending a lot of time on gadgets and other digital platforms in this digital age. Our occupational needs are greatly facilitated and advanced by these technology advancements. In contrast, the bulk of people use the same technology improvements to satisfy their unimportant demands. Mobile game addiction, excessive usage of social networking sites, etc. are a few examples of this. The overuse and abuse of digital platforms, in general, are manifestations of major mental and lifestyle diseases that have a severe impact on both the quality and quantity of our regular sleep. Lack of sleep can have negative impacts on the body as well as the psyche. For Nidra-nasha, Ayurveda offers a variety of internal and exterior strategies (insomnia or disturbed sleep) such as guru and Snighdha Aahara & Acharya Sushruta suggests Samvaahana, Moordha Taila, Abhyanga, and powder massage in addition to oil massage (caressing massage). Acharya Vagbhata includes Karnapoorana (putting oil in the ear), Netratarpana (keeping an oily material over the eyes), Shirolepa (applying oil to the head), Mukhalepa (applying oil to the face), and other practises.

Keywords: Insomnia, Disturbed Sleep, Nidra-nasha, Ayurveda.


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