AYURVEDA, the word is derived from two Sanskrit words “ayur” meaning life and “veda” meaning knowledge.

It is a pre-historic ancient science defined as a system which uses inherent principles of nature, to help maintain health in a person by keeping the individual’s body, mind and spirit in perfect equilibrium with nature. It helps the healthy functioning of our five sensory organs along with other vital organs of the body.

Ayurveda as a core depends only upon the very asset of earth that is “medicinal plants” and maintaining “pure diet”…no!! it isn’t right, it is all about what you eat, your lifestyle, your mental health and the environment you are surrounded with. We can adapt Ayurveda in your daily life activities just by sparing a little part of your busy time.

These are the simplest Ayurveda tips you can adapt in your daily life, they do look simple but works miracle:

1: Early to bed and early to wake

Rise early even before the sun does the air surrounding you is 99% free from carbon monoxide. This is the most fresh and pure time of the day and is the perfect time for students to study. Grasp this freshness that is present in the air, so that you spend your rest of the day with positive vibes and energy.

2: Eat in its purest form

When you are watchful in what you eat then you are “Risk free”. Cultivate a habit of eating food in its purest form eat seasonal, organic fruits and more leafy vegetables, avoid oily and junk food as much as possible. Intake of fresh vegetables and fruits reduces the toxic level in your body.

3: Have a sweet tooth

Start your day by having sweet, honey with a pinch of lemon. This mixture has cholesterol / fat reducing properties, besides it also possesses various bacteria killing properties.

4: Restful sleep is very essential

Our body needs time to rejuvenate and reload energy to start over the next day; this can only happen by having a good night sleep. To get good sleep, try taking a warm bath before bed and use essential oils such as lavender or sandalwood to calm you down. Complement this with slow and deep breathing.

5: A good long walk

Go for a good morning walk or just walk to take a break from a very stressful day at work. Walking is one of the best forms of exercise. It provides mental, physical and emotional peace without straining your body

#6: Healthy herbs for good health

Have a habit of using healthy herbs and spices like ginger, garlic and cumin seeds as much as possible in your cooking, all these herbs have the ability to increase body metabolism, use tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum) early in the morning it has special properties of increasing immunity level and keeping viral diseases miles far away from you.

7: Keep your body hydrated

Drink ample amount of water every day. Water is the best source to flush out toxins from the body and to ensure smooth running of the digestion system. If your body is at a perfect hydration level you are very less borne to common headache and dizziness.

Along with this, Ayurveda also delivers the knowledge of diverse dietary facts and analyses accordingly as to which diet suits the best to different human bodies.

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