Anand Mahindra’s hilarious take on lack of sleep and his wife’s solution is winning the Internet


One of the most important inventions of the 20th century was the Internet. It has opened up fresh horizons of opportunity. The proliferation of the Internet today has impacted almost every aspect of life and made things a great deal simpler.

But in 2022, there has been an increase in the number of people suffering from sleep disorders, and regrettably, the Internet is to blame. Numerous studies have emphasised how the Internet has a detrimental effect on the quality of sleep.


Anand Mahindra, a well-known industrialist who is renowned for sharing his opinions on current events and social media trends, sent a hilarious tweet on lack of sleep on his Twitter account. The businessman had posted a tweet from Green Belt and Road Institute president Erik Solheim.

A picture of what looks to be a prescription for someone named “Anand” was posted by Solheim. The patient’s name is Anand, and the diagnosis is “loss of sleep,” according to the photograph. Additionally, it has a lighthearted cure for the problem. “Throw away your computer and phone,” has been suggested as the individual’s course of treatment. The doctor or person who wrote the prescription is also named in the document.

According to the tweet from the Mahindra CEO, the post appears to be addressed at him. He continued by saying that although his wife does not have a medical degree, she has been prescribing him the medication for years.

“Looks like you were tweeting this to me, @ErikSolheim?? By the way, my wife prescribed this for me aeons ago. And she doesn’t even possess a medical degree…” read Mahindra’s tweet.

Thousands more people liked, retweeted, and commented on Mahindra’s tweet in the following days. Some Twitter users even provided the business tycoon with amusing alternatives. “Get rid of your idea of creating a premium SUV or SUV for the public! as soon as you adopt this notion! Sleep will naturally follow! Improve your electric, suspension, and service quality,” a user retorted. “@anandmahindra Another person added in, “Sir Indian women don’t need a degree to give a prescription that is innate in them; they have a solution for any move you take and also the rationale behind it.