Ayurveda provides both healing and protective measures towards
best physical, mental and spiritual well-being. The word "Ayurveda"
is from the ancient Indian language, Sanskrit, literally means
"Knowledge of Life". Natural in Ayurvedic principles
is the concept that you are capable of taking charge of your
own life and healing.
helps you to prevent unnecessary suffering and live a long,
healthy life.Ayurveda is also called mother of all medical
systems, Ayurveda has undergone continuous research, development
and refinement over past 5,000 years. Originally from India,
Ayurveda is currently experiencing world-wide popularity as
a revival sweeps in all continents. Ayurveda employs the judicious
application of nutritional guidance, herbal medicines, exercise
therapy, transcendental meditation and many special rejuvenation
and purification therapies. Preferring to focus on the type
of person who has the disease, rather than just understanding
the type of disease the person has, Ayurveda is a patient-orientated
system of healing.
to Ayurveda, you can achieve health through daily routine.
A typical Ayurvedic routine might look like this:
Rise with the sun.
After emptying the bladder and bowels, one should meditate
for 20-30 minutes and then exercise.
Exercise should preferably be done early in the morning before
the daily shower or bath.The intensity of the exercise depends
on your dosha - your body type. The ideal amount of exercise
should be 1/2 of your capacity. For example, if you get tired
after 30 minutes of jogging, you should stop after 15 minutes.
When sweat appears on the armpits and forehead, respiration
speeds up and one starts breathing through the mouth, the
exercise should be stopped. Yoga is considered the preferred
way of exercising because it combines physical and mental