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Abstract

AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF ANIDRA W.S.R TO INSOMNIA- A REVIEW

Dr. Ashok Kumar, Dr. Amit Kumar*, Dr. Avadhesh Kumar, Dr. Sarvesh Kumar Singh and Dr. Kshipra Rajoria

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Aim of this study was to review the insomnia and their management in Ayurvedic context. Various Ayurvedic literatures (Charaka, Surshurta, Vagabhata) were review for the insomnia, its causes, pathology, and treatment. It was found that various causes are indicated for insomnia, its severity is depends on the Doshik involvement, Prakriti, diet etc. Insomnia is also due to the complication of several diseases. Insomnia is described in Ayurvedic text in the name of Anidra and Nidranasha. It can be treated on the various line of management of Anidra. The management of insomnia is described in Ayurvedic classics such as Madhura-Snigdha Anna, Gramya-Audaka-Anupa Rasa, Shali- Godhuma-Pishtanna, Dadhi, Ksheera, Madhya, Sneha. Panchakarma therapies such as Nasya, Utsadana, Shirodhara, Abhyanga, Udavartana, Samvahana are also useful for insomnia. Satisfactory description of insomnia is available in Ayurvedic text in the name of Anidra and Nidranasha. Insomnia can be better managed if Ayurvedic view is taken into consideration for its treatment.

Keywords: Anidra, Nidranasha, Panchakarma, Nasya, Utsadana, Shirodhara, Abhyanga, Udavartana, Samvahana.


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