Adopt Ayurvedic – Ways to Stay Healthy

Adopt Ayurvedic to remain healthy.

Friends Adopt Ayurvedic today, I am sharing an informative article related to keeping your body healthy. This article has been written by Dr. Neeraj Yadav, resident of Rajasthan. Dr.Neeraj, skilled in Ayurveda, is also fond of poems and ghazals. So let’s know his expert advice :

Healthy Health Protection:

It is better to get the treatment of cold soaked in rain.

Before the rain comes, protect yourself by putting an umbrella.

It is better to get sick and not get sick. This is also the purpose of Ayurveda. Protecting the health of the healthy and mitigation of the disease of the patient. We can keep ourselves healthy and healthy by wearing small but important formulas related to the daily routine of Ayurveda, Ritucharya, Vihar, in our daily life.

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Adopt Ayurvedic – Golden formula for healthy living:


Should always get up at Brahmamuhurta (4-5 PM). At this time, nature gives free health, life, happiness, happiness, light, intelligence.


After getting up from bed after urination, Usha Paan i.e. stale mouth, the habit of consuming 2-3 glasses of soft water protects us from many diseases including headache, acidity, constipation, obesity, blood pressure, diarrhea, indigestion.


Bath should always be done with normal cold water. (Where there is no prohibition)


First of all water should be poured on the head during bathing, due to which the heat of the brain gets removed from the feet.


Washing the naitras with cold water twice a day with water in the mouth is beneficial for eye sight.


Before bathing, before going to sleep and after meals, one should give up urine. This habit protects you from back pain, stones and urinary diseases.


Continuous massage of mustard, sesame or other medicinal oil does not cause vata disorder, old age, tiredness. Skin is beautiful, vision is clean and body is strengthened.


Morning, yoga, exercise should be done according to the ability of the body.


Water should not be drunk 30 minutes before and 30 minutes after meals to avoid diseases like indigestion, constipation, indigestion, obesity. Water should not be drunk with food. Can take sip-two sips.


3-4 liters of water should be drunk little by little throughout the day.


At the beginning of the meal, one should consume sweet-juice (sweet), acid in the middle, salt juice (sour, salty) and finally, bitter, tikt, kashay (tart, peppery, kasela) juice.


After meals, one should sit for 5-10 minutes in Vajrasana and 5-10 minutes on the left side.


Running, swimming, bathing, copulating immediately after meals is very harmful for health.


Digestive power is destroyed by eating food immediately and there are diseases such as indigestion, constipation, expectoration, acidity (Pdphamejpada, badejpchanjpavade, pangpajape. Therefore, the evening meal should be light and digestible 2 hours before bedtime.


On average 6-7 hours of sleep is necessary to keep the body and mind fresh and active.


Apart from heat, sleeping in the day and awakening in the night for a long time in the night causes heaviness, fever, cold, headache and fire.


Curd, lemon, salt, sesame urad, berries, radish, fish, bitter gourd, etc. should not be consumed with milk. There is a possibility of skin disease and co-ordination.


A person seeking health should be thrown out of the body with urinary, feces, Venus, apanavayu, vomit, sneeze, belching, yawning, thirst, tears, sleepiness and exertion of exhaled breathing.


Before sleeping in the night, teeth should be cleaned, teeth cleaned and feet should be washed with cold water.


.In the night, the work plan should be prepared for the next day after reviewing the work done before sleeping. After that, deep and long, easy breathing should relax the body and mind. With a calm mind, all your daily activities, stress, worries, thoughts should be handed over to the restless consciousness and go into the lap of sleep in a relaxed manner.

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