Author : Admin | Date: Apr 01, 2020
category : Ayurveda
Ayurveda, the way of living a healthy life combining body, mind, and soul with nature. The population of people who are accepting Ayurveda as a part of lifestyle is increasing nowadays due to a lack of side effects. The resources used for Ayurveda treatment is natural and it ensures a healthy living. Incorporating Ayurveda in our daily life is called ‘dinacharya’. Keeping dinacharya as a part of your daily life will help you to rejuvenate your body, mind, and soul. You can enjoy a stress-free, joyful life. There are a few tips to practice dinacharya in your daily life.
According to Ayurveda the ideal time to wake up is between 3 am and 4 am, which is called ‘Brahma muhurtha’. Ayurveda advises to go to bed early and wake up early in the morning. A minimum of 8 hours of sleep is required for a healthy living. During ‘Brahma muhurta, Vata doshas are dominated and will give you much energy to wake and keep you fresh for the entire day.
Cleaning your mouth and face with freshwater makes you feel rejuvenated. ‘Jala neti’ is a technique of cleaning your sinus, nasal passage and moth with a pot called ‘neti’. Water in the neti pot along with non-iodized salt is used for cleaning the nostrils. Sesame oil is used to clean the ears and rose water for eyes. Cleaning of teeth and tongue is also recommended for healthy taste buds.
Daily oil massage on the body will keep your skin moisturized. It is good for proper blood circulation and refreshes the body. Fresh coconut oil, filled with a lot of vitamins is enough for regular body massage.
Regular body exercise is required to maintain a healthy body. Yoga postures like ‘suryanamaskaram’ will strengthen your body and keep it fresh and relaxed.
Ayurveda advice to take bath using cold water two times a day. It will remove dirt from the body, and keep you energized the entire day.
Meditation will help you to keep your mind, body and soul calm and steady. It reduces tension, stress and energizes your body, so you will feel stable and steady.