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Summer hacks : Remedies to maintaining health in summer season

    Friends summer is here. During  this season sun and wind  become more powerful. So, hot sun takes away cooling qualities of the earth.     In Ayurveda it is known as Grishma ritu comprises of two months Jyestha and Ashadh means Mid May to Mid July. During this season Agni mahabhut   ( Fire element) , Pitta dosha  aggraviates and Pungent ( Katu), Bitter ( Tikta)  and Astringent ( Kashaya)  taste become dominant.    So, it's time for preparing our self for this hot season to remain healthy and disease free.     Fever, Jaundice, Dehydration, stomach upset ( Vomiting, Diarrhoea)  heat stroke Etc.  Common disease occurs during this season due to loss of fluid and more heat.     Less fluid intake causes constipation and Irritable bowel Syndrome  ( IBS) also aggravates during this season.    Follow proper diet and lifestyle this is the Right way for your fitness. Here are some summer tips for you.    💥  Do's ( Pathya)    🍹 Diet :- -  Due to hotness of summer our body need

Ayurveda Myths and facts

 ✅      Ayurveda is traditional system of medicine, initially this knowledge comes to us around 5000 yrs ago from lord Brahma to Ashvini kumars to Daksha prajapati to Indra to Bhardwaj Rushi and then student  (Shishya)  of Bhardwaj Rushi wrote Agnivesha tantra and acharya Carak edited this book.      ✅     Nowadays this book known as carak samhita this is well known book of Ayurveda and gives information about treatment and many others.  ✅     This system of medicine useful to treat disease according  to your  constitution and type of disease. Ayurveda cures many disease either they are chronic or acute. There are specialities in Ayurveda. 1) Kayachikitsa ( General medicine)  2) Prasutitantra ( Gynecology and Obstat 3) Kaumarbhritya ( Pediatric)  4) Shalya tantra ( Surgery)  5) Agad tantra ( Toxicology)  6) Shalakya ( ENT and Opthalmology)  7) Bhut vidhya ( Psychiatry ) 8) Rasayan ( Geriatrics )   ✅     Ayurveda gives many benefits and it has many followers , but some misunderstandin


   " Nutrition is the only remedy that can bring full recovery and can be used with any treatment. Remember food is our best medicine." - Anonymous          Emaciation ( Karshya)  means person having lean and thin body character. It is an disease caused due to malnutrition (Aptarpanjanya vyadhi).         Emaciation is defined as extreme weight loss and unnatural thinness due to a loss of subcutaneous fat ( The fatty or adipose tissue beneath the skin) and muscle throughout the body.         A body mass index (BMI=Kg/m2) below 18.5 is considered under weight or emaciation.         If the emaciated person is not treated properly then it causes spleen enlargement, Wasting, dyspnoea, Piles , gastrointestinal disorders etc.           Karshya is emaciation of Sphika (buttocks), Udar (belly / abdominal fats), Griva (Neck). The arteries and veins of all the body looks prominent.          Emaciation is a symptom and as well as disease also.          Emaciation (Karshya)  is conside

"Diabetes" , know how can you manage your diabetes!!

        In Ayurveda Diabetes was known as Prameha or Madhumeha . This disease become a global problem nowadays, so for our health prevention of this disease is must, because prevention is better than cure.       If someone has diabetes means their body doesn’t produce proper amount of insulin either not using Insulin that leads to high level of sugar in blood and urine.    According to  ayurveda  if someone is not eating healthy food and irregular lifestyle mainly causes vitiation of kapha Dosha, Medo Dhatu( fat)  and Mutra (Urine)  that leads to Premeha or Madhumeha.        Mainly Diabetes is of two types Diabetes insipidus and Diabetes Mallitus.       High-level of blood sugar, frequent Urination and presence of sugar, Burning sensation on feet in Urine are signs of Diabetes (Prameha). If anybody find this signs than do check their level of sugar in blood  and Urine and take step to prevent or manage diabetes.       Here are the causes ,prevention or management of the diabetes. i

"Obesity" What causes obesity ? Loose weight by changing your diet and lifestyle

    The hard days are what make you stronger - Anonymous          In Ayurveda Obesity (Sthaulya) is described as excessive accumulation of Meda(Fat/Adipose tissue) and Mamsa (Flesh/Muscle Tissues) leads to flabbiness of Hips, Abdomen and Breast.       It is considered as one of Santarpan- otthvikaras (Disease occurs due to consumption of excessive calories) in Ayurveda and Medo dushti (Disorder of Fat metabolism).      Obesity are defined as a normal or excessive fat accumulation that presents a risk to health. A Body Mass Index (BMI =kg/m2 ) over 25 is considered over weight and over 30 is Obese.      Obesity is the most common nutritional disorder of the modern era.  It is estimated that more than 300 million adults are obese and many are over weight.       Obesity in turn causes a number of metabolic disturbances such as Hypertension , Diabetes,  Irregular digestion, Ischemic Heart disease etc.  🍏    Cause   - Eating food before the digestion of earlier taken food (Adhyasana) 

Daily Regimen ( Dincharya)

                                 “Success is the sum of small efforts repeted Day-In and Day-Out.” 🌞 Introduction   ★   According to the science of life, the average span of life for human beings is one hundred  years, which may decrease if you don’t follow the good conduct.    ★  Ancient medicinal form suggests that in order to achieve four objectives of  life Dharma (Virtuous duty), Arth (wealth), Kama (Enjoyment) and Moksha (Salvation) we must have good health, To serve the purpose the ayurvedic classics give us description of Daily routine or regimen (Dincharya) to maintain a healthy lifestyle.    ★  Nowadays our daily routine is not synchronized with biological clock, but following Daily Routine (Dincharya) one will be able to follow healthy lifestyle there by maintaining health. 🌞 Waking Up     ★ Every person should get up during brahma muhurt means around 4:30 Am to 5:00 Am before sunrise.     ★ Waking up before the sunrise as the sattvic qualities in nature are