A healthy diet is crucial when practising yoga, as it requires a huge amount of energy and strength to do it. Yoga diet not only helps in developing a mindful eating practice but also supports and nurtures your yoga regime.
Karkidakam is the final month in the Malayalam calendar and in this particular time, our immune system gets weak. This season of the year is prominent for Ayurveda with the evolution of Karkidaka Chikitsa, a treatment that is specifically designed to cure body ailments and other diseases in the season of Karkidakam. Ayurvedic Massage is one of the vital component in Karkidaka Chikitsa and is an ultimate solution for all the health issues.
The rainwater, due to various changes in our environment, becomes acidic which can cause damage to our hair. Hair care is critical in the season of monsoon, and if it is not cared properly, there will be severe damage by the end of rainy season.
Rituals performed during Ramadan has a great significance in Ayurveda, as the principles in both are evolved from the same root. Ayurveda has a long tradition of employing fasting as a vital practice for sustaining and regaining health. Fasting and Cleansing sometimes can be the same in Ayurveda. Cleansing lasts longer and hence it can be ideated to the concept of Ramadan fasting. Through fasting during Ramadan, the human body is cleansing itself.
Include these three recipes in your diet to balance Vata. Adding cooked vegetables in your diet will aid in balancing doshas. Consumption of nuts, dairy products, grains and fruits can also bring balance in Vata. Try these recipes at home and live healthier.
With an abundance of clinical applications and health-supportive properties that have been applied in Ayurveda for thousands of years, Tulsi has been shown to nourish body, mind, and spirit through balancing and protecting against stress in the body.
As part of our efforts to make basic healthcare accessible for all, Ayurvalley Hospital – Meppady, with the support of Chempothra Gramolsavam Organising Committee, conducted a free Ayurveda medical camp in Chempothra, which was attended by over 600 people. During this mega camp, medicines were also distributed free of cost.
People with pitta type body are more vulnerable to sunburn. Exposing to sun rays can increase the pitta present in the skin. This, on the other hand, reduces the Rasa Dhatu from the skin. This causes sunburn. Rasa dhatu is the nourishing fluid which gives colour, complexion and glows to the skin. Sudden decrement to this fluid could cause severe inflammation to the skin. Along with this, Vata will also get provoked, making the skin dull, dry and dehydrated. If not treated, this could form pigments on the skin and form dark patches.
According to Ayurveda, sleeplessness is caused by the degradation of Vata Dosha. Ayurvedic treatment of Insomnia focuses on balancing the aggravated body energies through herbal medicines as well as customized diet and lifestyle plans. Including Ayurvedic herbs in diet can regularize sleeping for an extent and reduce sleeplessness.
Summer fatigue can make you feel tired all day, and sleep deprived. This can affect the productivity of a person and can even cause digestive problems such as constipation, diarrhoea or giddiness. Summer fatigue is primarily caused by perspiration problems. We can cure fatigue with these ayurvedic home remedies.