Health Improvement – The Role of Ayurveda

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When you first
cross the threshold of 30 years of age you never feel any difference  as  you
are still  young and energetic but
somewhere between the age of 35 and 45 you realise  that the body is no longer responding in the
familiar way it has for the first 30 plus years of your life You may find our
stamina decreasing, sometimes a little and sometimes a lot. Sleep pattern
changes and so does the eating habits. It is something that no one wants to experience, but this
change is inevitable.

Living a Fuller and healthier Life
With Ayurveda

Ayurveda is science of knowledge that balances life
through changes in diet and lifestyle. According to Ayurveda you can lead a
very healthy life if you can inculcate some healthy habits in your daily
lifestyle and most of the things are associated with our body type and the diet
we take. Any imbalance in this may lead to problems. So, to stay fit in life you
must have a proper routine and follow a few simple things. Follow these simple
steps of ayurvedic health improvement
for good health and healthy life.

·        
Drink
warm water throughout the day. It is actually the frequency of the water that
matters a lot rather than quantity. You should take small amount of water after
every hour or half an hour.

·        
Do
Yoga daily to stay healthy. Always take the guidance of a yoga trainer when you
start yoga regime to know which exercises suit you

·        
The
body after a certain age tends to become more dry and you can sense dryness of
skin and eyes Ayurveda suggests that daily or frequent herbal oil massages will
be rejuvenating for the body. Try and get  the daily oil massage. If this is not possible
then take the body oil massage on your holiday. This has the soothing effect on
your vata.

·        
Ayurvedic
massages
and ayurvedic health treatments
work wonders in your body and mind. It not only refreshes and rejuvenates you
but also  releases the harmful toxins
from your body and makes you feel younger.

·        
Ayurveda
also advises that you must always take simple and relaxed meals for good
health. Never rush through your meals always sit down to have a meal. Do not
read a book or watch anything while you eat. Eating should be balanced both in terms of its
quantity and nutritional requirement.

·        
Eat
when you are actually feeling hungry. Try and avoid all the in between snacking.

·        
As
far as possible to lead a healthy life and improve your digestion process eat
freshly prepared and warm food. Do not skip breakfast and avoid heavy food at night.

·        
Ayurveda
also suggests that every person must go through the body cleansing process especially
after the age of 30- 35 to release all the accumulated harmful toxins and
wastes  from the body and the best way to
do so is through Panchakarma – the Ayurvedic
health treatment
which deals with restoration of youth with help of
medicated oils. Panchakarma
helps to support detoxification and rejuvenation of our bodies and minds.

·        
Apart
from all exercises and food one must take a sound sleep. If you are unable to get
good and sound sleep then ayurvedic
health improvement
recommends that you must  take warm water bath, get ayurvedic massages
from an expert and change your diet.

 The Ayurvedic approach to living a long and vital life
requires awareness and consistency. Ayurveda also suggests a specific daily
routine for each individual that can be followed to lead balanced and healthy life.

Dinacharya is the ayurvedic term for daily routine. Following
a proper dinacharya is one of the best methods to prevent disease, promote good
health and prolong life. Unhealthy lifestyle can lead to problems like acidity,
indigestion, stress and other lifestyle-related disorders. 

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