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IJAHM Latest Issue IJAHM have published its latest issue Vol. 9 Issue 02 2019 published IJAHM Call For Paper invites paper from various Ayurveda & herbal Medicine for Volume 9 Issue 01 March - April 2019 ...... Impact Factor : 4.415

1Dr. Manisha Sharma , 2Dr. Bharti , 3Dr. Subhash Sharma , 4Dr. Raman Toor

DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.31142/ijahm/v9i2.02

        .D. Ayu, Reader, Department of Rog Nidan, G.N.A.M.C., Gopalpur, Ludhiana (Pb.)

2M.D.Ayu.,Reader, Department of Kayachikitsa, G.N.A.M.C., Gopalpur, Ludhiana (Pb.)

, 3M.D.Ayu., Reader, Department of Panchkarma, G.N.A.M.C., Gopalpur, Ludhiana (Pb.)

4M.D.Ayu., Lecturer, Department of Agad Tantra, G.N.A.M.C., Gopalpur, Ludhiana (Pb.)

.Corresponding Author: Dr. Manisha Sharma,

Reader, Department of Rog Nidan,G.N.Ayu.College and Research Institute,Gopalpur (Ludhiana) Pb.

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Abstract

Acharya Charaka has designated ahara (food), nidra (sleep) and brahmacharya (abstinence) as the main three pillars of life termed as trayaupastambhas. These, when taken in adequate amount at the right time provide stability to the body and improve bala (stremgth), varna (complexion) and upchaya (metabolism) in the body. Among these, nidra plays a major role in one’s life. Adequate sleep leads to arogya (health), bala shukra vridhi (increase in physical and reproductive strength) and dhatusamyata and healthy life which is the ultimate goal of Ayurveda. On the other hand, altered sleep leads to bala hani (loss of strength), rugnavastha (diseased state) or even death. So it can be said that abnormal or inadequate nidra can manifest in the form of dhatuvikara, making a person atura (diseased). For better economic gains, people are neglecting their daily needs of having proper ahara, nidra and other required vihara at proper time. Due to these reasons, people are becoming more prone towards diseased state. Dashavidha-atura pariksha, given by Acharya Charak is very unique and important concept of Ayurveda which is done to know pramana (magnitude) of ayu (life), dosha and bala (strength) of rogi. Dhatusara pariksha is one among these which literally means essence of dhatu, possessing all good qualities in excellent standard without any defects. The present study was done to study the relationship of nidra on dhatusarata, with the purpose  that people should understand the importance of nidra as only a healthy individual can lead to the formation of a healthy society.

 

Keywords: Nidra, Trayaupastambhas, Dhatusarata,

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