10 Ayurvedic Tips to Stay Healthy In Life

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Summary: A healthy lifestyle not only transforms the body but also changes the mind, attitude and uplifts mood. Staying healthy in life is essential, and with Ayurveda, it becomes way easier. Read the blog to know ten amazing tips for a more healthy life with Ayurveda.

Ayurveda was developed eons ago that makes you follow the inner signs and brings awareness of who we really are to treat us. With the natural and conscious based healing approach to health, Ayurveda is more than curing and preventing ailments. The holistic art is the way of living that uplifts the body, mind and soul.

According to the Ayurvedic practice, our body and mind are connected, hence balances both for maintaining overall wellbeing. Today, people are not only aware and conscious about their health, but also wish to stay that way. Adapting Ayurveda in life is important. It can be done rightfully by pursuing Ayurveda courses in Kerala, to have a better and clear insight into the ancient science of life.

Here we are mentioning down ten amazing Ayurvedic Tips that help you to stay healthy in life.

1.Right Kind of Daily Regime

Starting the day rightfully is the first thing one need to do in order to follow the Ayurvedic tip to stay fit and healthy in life. Ayurveda recommends a disciplinary way of living where you perform every daily activity on time – sleeping, eating, exercising and waking up. According to Ayurveda, one needs to wake up around 6 am every day to lead a fulfilling day. 

2. Water has Drinking Rules

Once you wake up, stretch your body to activate the internal organ functioning. Swish your mouth with water, and then drink a glass of water, better if lukewarm. It is advised to drink water throughout the day to stay hydrated but not while having meals. Drink lukewarm water after an hour of every meal. Water also decreases caffeine intake and it is recommended to take a seat while drinking water.

3. Cleanse the Bowel

After drinking a glass of lukewarm water, one should cleanse the bowels to keep the body toxic free and the digestive system healthy. Do not hurry up in the process, or don’t take much of a time sitting on the stool, as both can be harmful to the health. Eat fibrous food and stay active to prevent constipation, diarrhea, bloating, indigestion or irritable bowel syndrome.

4. Practice Cleansing and Abhyanga

The next Ayurvedic tip to follow to stay healthy in life is to practice both internal and external cleansing. Wash your face and mouth, brush your teeth and practice Shat Kriya which you can learn during Yoga and Ayurveda courses in Kerala. Also perform self-abhyanga for nurturing and purifying the skin. Wait for 20-30 minutes for a bath, and do trim your nails, hair, and beard regularly. 

5. Take Time for Yoga and Meditation

After performing the Abhyanga utilize the time and invest in yoga and meditation, the practice makes you stay active and leads you towards a fit body, mind, and spirit. Exercising is required for achieving optimal health, and starting with Surya Namaskar proves to be extremely beneficial and rejuvenating. Practice pranayama with it and also give 20 minutes to meditation, if not in the morning, invest some time in it before hitting the bed.

6. Eat Fresh Food when Hungry

Eating food thrice daily is not only what your body actually requires, but there are also certain other things to take into consideration while consuming your meal. So, make sure that your food is freshly prepared, dosha pacifying, balanced and consumed at the right time. Ayurveda suggests one should have three meals in a day where your lunch should be bigger. Also, eat when you are hungry to digest the food properly.

7. Walk During the Day

Exercising in the morning or performing yoga is required, but considering modern lifestyle, it is advised to stay active all day long. Most of us today have sitting jobs, which makes it a requirement to take 5-10 minutes walking break after every 2 hours. Also, it is advised to go for a walk after your meals.

8. The Last Meal Rule

As mentioned, Ayurveda suggests that one should eat three meals in a day where breakfast should be light and filling, lunch bigger and dinner should be the smallest meal and definitely not heavy. So be very careful with the last meal of the day and cook smartly. Prefer not to eat after 7 pm especially salt, if weight loss is on your list. Avoid anything sugary at least two hours before sleeping.

9. For the Restful Sleep

Crediting to our lifestyle, falling asleep on time becomes one hard task to achieve. Today many people complain of insomnia, restlessness, and a feeling of lethargy while waking up. Sleeping is the natural process which detoxifies, repairs and rejuvenates the body. During the sleeping hours, the body cells work on strengthening the immunity and circulate vibrant energy. Therefore, it is important to get into your bed by 10 pm keeping phones and laptop aside. Use aromatic oils and scents in the rooms for reducing stress and anxiety for a calming sleep.

10. Stay Positive to Perceive Good

It is required to keep your mind calm to stay positive and look forward to all the good things in life. Staying positive makes you look at the brighter side of life and the same keeps coming back to you.

Abiding by these simple tips and Ayurvedic laws can only help you to perceive and live a healthy and happier life. So follow these tips and transforms the way of living.


Author bio: Bipin Baloni is a passionate Yogi, Yoga Teacher and a Traveller in India. He organize 200 hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh. Bipin Baloni conducts Yoga Teacher Training in India in different cities. He loves writing and reading books related to yoga, health, nature and the Himalayas.

Website: https://www.rishikulyogshala.org/

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