ISSN 0975-3583

Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research

    The Influence of Insomnia on the Wellbeing and Functioning of Young Adults: A Comprehensive Review

    *Dr. Osama Ahmed, Dr. Archana Hiteshbhai Dhaduk, Resham Tilwani, Dr. Anam Pettiwala, Sidra Sharief, Dr. Teenu Maria Jeswin Farooqui Mehvish Fatema
    JCDR. 2024: 748-763


    Insomnia, impacting 6-10% of the global population, is a multifaceted challenge to health and productivity. Chronic insomnia, linked to various health issues, demands comprehensive management. Traditional pharmacotherapies, effective yet raising dependency concerns, contrast with the nonpharmacological alternative, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), addressing root causes. This paper explores diagnostic criteria, etiological factors, and patient education in insomnia management, incorporating keywords like behavioral therapy, chronic insomnia, and general sleep disturbances. Discussion emphasizes the evolving landscape, where behavioral interventions, notably CBT-I, demonstrate lasting efficacy, urging a shift towards personalized and comprehensive solutions. Societal consequences, including reduced productivity, underscore the imperative for effective, diversified approaches beyond traditional medications. The intricate challenges of insomnia necessitate a nuanced, individualized approach, with behavioral therapies as pivotal components, aligning with keywords such as non-pharmacological therapy and pharmacological.


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    Volume & Issue

    Volume 15 Issue 3