IMPACT OF LACK OF NIDRA ON SMRITI (MEMORY) IN ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: A LITERATURE REVIEW
Keywords:Atma, Gynanagrahana, Gynanendriya, Mana, Nidra, Smriti
Sleeplessness and irregular sleep schedules have many unintended consequences, one of which is negative impact on learning, memory, and performance. College is a time of intellectual growth and development as young adult’s transition from adolescence to adulthood. Although the worth of college in terms of increased productivity and higher earning potential is rarely debated, there is a significant personal and societal cost of college both in terms of time and money. Nidra when taken in adequate manner affects the body and mind equally in a favourable way like Sukha (Happiness), Pushti (Nourishment), Bala (Strength), Vrushta (Aphrodisiac), Gyana (Knowledge) but when its taken in inadequate way leads to various problems like Dukha (Sorrow), Karshya (Emaciation), Abala (Weakness), Klibata (Infertility), Agyana (Unknowlegeable/Darkness) and can lead to Mrityu (death) too. This article aims to study the relationship between effect of lack of Nidra over the doshic physiology in general and Smriti in particular in college students on the memory
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