5 Ways Ayurveda Benefits your Daily Life

by Panchtattva Ayurveda Panchkarma Therapies

Ayurveda, known as the “Sister Science” to yoga, is an ancient science that is holistic in nature. Having been around for over 5,000 years, the main focus of Ayurveda is to focus on your life in-between the emotional and physical self. One of the main beliefs is that the food we eat affects our overall wellbeing, and can make us elated or miserable. Essentially, we can be full of energy and vitality or lethargic and run-down based on what we put into our bodies. This is known as the Sattvic approach.


Basically it is an understanding that health is your natural state. If you and your environment are in balance, that’s considered optimum health and the opposite goes for being unbalanced.  For example, if you feel anxious or are suffering from health issues like constipation or generally lethargic-ness, it is simply a matter of being out of balance. Imbalances are not an overnight occurrence, so you do have time to prevent or slow down the process of imbalance. When you know what’s causing you to feel out of whack, you can simply refer to the suggested foods to eat or avoid according to your dosha to start the process of coming back to your proper state of balance.


In this day and age, we often need to recalibrate our mental and physical settings. As ever-changing beings, it’s important to reflect and clear out what isn’t working for you and your life. This makes room for new things. Cleansing the system with an Ayurvedic-based diet, and cleansing the mind with things like meditation and yoga on a regular basis will allow you to recalibrate with greater ease and greater access to inner peace.


Research shows that Ayurveda can in fact help on a cellular level. It has been indicated that Ayurveda has the potential to actually regenerate cells, again showing that we have the power to begin healing ourselves of certain ailments simply by the way we treat our bodies. While studies are still being conducted, the scientific community is hopeful!


As you begin to eat for your dosha, your digestive system will strengthen. Certain foods will activate your digestive system during the right times of the day, causing a decrease of toxic build-up in your digestive tract. This prevents you from feeling lethargic, causing you to have higher levels of energy! Having optimal digestion also helps you to keep a healthy weight and feel less agitated.


The Ayurveda diet is very clear about what you should eat based on your dosha. The guidelines on what to eat and when are simple to follow. For those that like structure, this no-nonsense guide is easy to follow and leaves little room to deviate. It may be an adjustment at first but think of it as eating the foods you were always meant to eat.

If you are looking to bring lasting change into your diet, health or even your life, Ayurveda might be just the thing! Schedule your appointment now with the best ayurvedic clinic in Indirapuram.

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