Health Tip’s

Health Tip’s

These are some general health tips recommended by Ayurveda:

  • When diet is wrong medicine is of no use.When diet is correct medicine is of no need.
  • Taking heavy meals in short durations without earlier meals properly digested produces toxins (AMA).
  • Kala Viruddha (Time against): Intake of cold and dry substances in winter, Pungent and hot substances in summer.
  • Combination of fruit salad, milk & banana should be avoided.
  • One should not take fish along with milk because this combination is Abhishyandi (great obstructer for channels), it vitiates blood.
  • Using Yoghurt with Milk, Fish with Milk, ACHAR (Pickle) with Milk, Honey with Ghee (Butter) are some VIRUDHA AHARA (in competent food) if taken together, they produce a lot of toxins in our body.
  • Taking fish and cheese preparations along with alcohol, this is a deadly combination and can easily lead to skin diseases, because fish with milk products like cheese are contraindicated.
  • Drinking cold water after taking hot tea or coffee is bad (virudha).
  • Consuming Curd at night is not advised – Intake of curd at night can block the body channels which in turn can disrupt digestion.
  • Health Care During Rainy Season : Do-take Honey with Food.(Don’t heat honey),Sour and salty tastes, Eat old rice,wheat barly,use Boiled water for Drinking. Don’t take the foods which are heavy,Preserved food items and Fruits in Excess. Life style to be adopted -Take proper Ayurvedic Health Care &Detoxification of Pitta. Avoid-Sleeping in day time &heavy Exercise.
  • Sleep on time: Wake up early, preferably before sunrise. A good night sleep can help to start a day with a fresh and clear mind.
  • Drink lots of water: Drinking water is advantageous in every way. It assists metabolism and digestion, prevents constipation and the accumulation of waste products (ama) in the body, keeps away diseases and even helps in keeping the skin clear of acne and pimples.
  • Wash your face often: Wash your face with water many times a day to remove dirt and grime, prevent the occurrence of pimples and acne and get a refreshed feeling.
  • Take an oil massage: Massage your body with oil before bath which will rejuvenate you, reduce fatigue and prevent dry skin. Massaging the scalp with oil can prevent dandruff, graying and hair fall, enhance mental alertness and so on.
  • Exercise regularly: There is no doubt as to the benefits of a regular exercise routine. Practicing Yoga and meditation can make your body immune to diseases, give your mind the capability to concentrate and ward off stress, lose unnecessary fat, give the body flexibility and suppleness.
  • Follow proper hygiene: Cleanliness is very important to preserve health. Bath twice a day, keep your hair and nails clean and wear only clean clothes. Wash your face, hands and legs after going out.
  • Watch out for negative vibes: Try to keep your mind clear of negative thoughts and emotions such as anger, jealousy, depression, greed, hatred, sadness etc. Saying a prayer can help- in the morning, at dusk, before having your meals and before going to bed. Avoid speaking ill of others and always keep your mind at ease by engaging in things that you like and enjoy.
  • Mind what you eat: Eat fresh and wholesome food and follow healthy eating habits. Food should be well cooked, preferably at home and should be had in a peaceful and calm environment.
  • Maintain a healthy weight: According to Ayurveda, both obesity and emaciation (Under weight) are dangerous. So always follow a healthy diet, exercise regularly and maintain a weight as per your BMI.
  • For an undisturbed sleep: Drink a glass of warm milk before going to bed. This will help you sleep peacefully. Also isolate your mind from all stressful and worrisome thoughts before going to bed.
  • A wholesome and balanced diet can maintain health and nourish the Dhatus.
  • Milk and ghee are considered to have good rejuvenative powers.
  • Pranayama is a breathing exercise that can bring about a wonderful feeling of consciousness.
  • Turmeric┬áhas antiseptic and antibacterial properties.
  • Ayurveda is known to be one of the oldest systems of medicine in the world; Ayurveda originated in India about five thousand years ago. Charaka, the renowned physician and propagator of Ayurveda, is known to be the Father of Anatomy. Dhanvantari is considered to be the God of Ayurvedic Medicine. Susrutha is the first known surgeon in the world and the father of cosmetic and plastic surgery.

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