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THE STUDY OF NIDRA W.S.R. TO NIDRANASHA AND ITS MANAGEMENT BY PADABHYANGA

Dr. Swapnali P. Mate*, Dr. D. T. Kodape, Dr. R. S. Dhimdhime and
Dr. Tabassum Kauser

ABSTRACT

Ayurveda is essentially the science of life. In Ayurveda Trayaupasthamba are given which include Aahara, Nidra and Brahmacharya. These are the three sub-pillars, which support the main pillar that is the sharira (body) itself. According to Ayurveda Nidra play an important role in every person’s life. It becomes as main causative factor for sharirik Rogas and also in Manas Rogas. Vitiated Vata and Pitta dosha are responsible for the Nidranasha. When these three sub-pillars are observed or maintained properly then only the main pillar sharir will be endowed with Bala, Varna and Upachaya. Nidra plays an important role in development, sustenance, reproduction and termination of life. Improper Nidra is the cause of many diseases. Nidra is most important factor for both the swasth(healthy) and aatur(diseased) persons. It was observed that the proper sleep is the only means of survival. The correlation of Nidra with life can be very well studied by many scholars from the actual experience in there practice life. Those who have proper Nidra live a long life and those not doing so get diseased soon.

Keywords: Nidra, Trayaupasthamba, Nidranasha etc.


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