• Gurmeet Singh Panjab University, Department of Physical Education, Chandigarh
Keywords: Health, Wellness, Cyclic Meditation, Wakefulness, Yoga Practice


The most significant challenge that the average person has in this fast-paced day is a troubled, unsatisfied mind as a result of leading an inappropriate lifestyle. The average person has also been significantly impacted by changes in the timing of their sleep and wakefulness, as well as by the absence of physical activity and the inclusion of outside junk foods in their diet. Ayurvedic scriptures identify ahara, nidra, and vyayam as the three sub-pillars of life. More specifically, ahara refers to one's nutrition; nidra refers to one's sleeping habits; and vyayam refers to one's physical activity. The consequences of living in such an unhealthy manner are seen in individuals today in the form of a wide variety of diseases, both mental and physical. The constant overstimulation of the sympathetic nervous system has also had a deleterious impact on the quality of sleep. Alterations to one's lifestyle, together with consistent yoga practice, may be useful in reversing the course of this worsening illness and enhancing the health and well-being of the general population.

How to Cite
Singh, G. (2023) “HEALTH AND WELLNESS THROUGH CYCLIC MEDITATION”, Annals of “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati. Fascicle XV, Physical Education and Sport Management, 2, pp. 147-156. doi:

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