Evaluation Of the Quality of Sleep in Healthy Individuals Based on Practice of (CYP)- A Pilot Study.

Year : 2024 | Volume :11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 40-47
By

Pratibha Tripathi

Arpan A Bhatt

Shalinee Kumari Mishra

Kalpesh Dattani

  1. Scholar Department of Swasthavritta, Institute Of Teaching And Research In Ayurveda, Jamnagar Gujrat India
  2. Professor & Head Department of Swasthavritta, Institute Of Teaching And Research In Ayurveda, Jamnagar Gujrat India
  3. Assistant Professor Department of Swasthavritta, Institute Of Teaching And Research In Ayurveda, Jamnagar Gujarat India
  4. Lecturer Department of Swasthavritta, Institute Of Teaching And Research In Ayurveda, Jamnagar Gujarat India

Abstract

Introduction-Sleep is basic requirement of all living beings. Specially, in human beings it is considered as one of the supportive factor of existence. Ahara(food), Nidra(sleep) and Bramhacharya(righteous conduct/celibacy) are the three factors explained in classical texts as Traya Upastambha(Tripods). Not only Ayurveda literatures, its description and importance is available in Upanishads too. Mandukya Upanishad has allotted a full chapter on sleep and consciousness. But, as the era has entered into competitiveness, jealousy, ego, etc., people are lacking in quality sleep owing to various stressors, inviting different ailments of psycho-physiological origin. Problems regarding sleep can arise in the form of symptom and also as a disease itself. According to survey, in Indian population, 83.4% had some type of sleep disorder. Symptoms of insomnia were reported by 78.2% of the population and 29.2% had moderate to severe insomnia. Worldwide, 78.4% of the population have poor sleep quality. Almost 67% of adults report sleep disturbances at least once every night and approximately 62% of adults around the world report improper sleep. (Philips Global Sleep Survey, 2019).Material & Method-A pilot study was conducted on 11 healthy individuals. They were selected on the basis of Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index and subjected to practice of CYP every day for 45 minutes and 45 days. Result & Discussion- The mean difference of the group before and after the procedure is 4.00 at 95% confidence interval; df = 10; paired t test= 5.5086; standard error of difference = 0.726. P value < 0.001. By conventional criteria, this difference is considered to be highly significant statistically. Therefore, it can be concluded that, CYP is effective in improving the sleep quality in healthy individuals statistically and clinically, better results can be achieved in sleep deprivation and thus decrease wide variety of diseases.

Keywords: CYP, PQSI scale, Sleep, Sleep Disorders, Quality Sleep

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How to cite this article: Pratibha Tripathi, Arpan A Bhatt, Shalinee Kumari Mishra, Kalpesh Dattani. Evaluation Of the Quality of Sleep in Healthy Individuals Based on Practice of (CYP)- A Pilot Study.. Research & Reviews : A Journal of Ayurvedic Science, Yoga & Naturopathy. 2024; 11(01):40-47.
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