Six months of coronavirus and the nations are still in a race to get a solution for this pandemic. While it has impacted the lives of many people, Vaidya Sumit Shrivastav, Clinical Ayurvedic practitioner and specialist in Panchkarma from Jabalpur shares simple tips on how to maintain a daily routine as per Ayurveda.
1. The first ritual is getting up early (preferably during the Brahma muhurta). According to studies, during the pre-dawn period, there is the availability of nascent oxygen in the atmosphere
This nascent oxygen easily mixes with hemoglobin forming oxyhemoglobin, which has the following benefits:
• Boosts the immune system
• Increases energy level
• Helps maintain the balance of blood pH
• Relieves pain, soreness, and cramps
• Enhances the absorption of minerals and vitamins
2. As recommended by most health practitioners, it is best to have light dinners like Khichdi or something that is easily digestible. Eating before sunset has many benefits and is said to improve metabolism. There needs to be a three-hour gap between dinner and sleeping time. The timing of your meals can affect your body’s weight regulation, metabolic regulation, heart health, and sleep cycle too.
3. After waking up, Dr. Sumit Shrivastav says, follow a regular routine of Yoga/Pranayama/physical exercises. Ensure you drink a glass of warm water after waking up. Within three hours of getting up, one can have a heavy meal. Never skip your breakfast.
4. To keep oneself active, simple techniques can be followed. For instance, always take the staircase instead of the lift, if you are waiting for someone then take a stroll meanwhile and the most important point is, ‘Do your own work instead of asking someone else to do. You can get up and get your tea/coffee/water. By following simple methods, it makes a person active and not lethargic.
5. The next thumb rule, according to this Ayurveda physician; is always to eat if you are hungry or you feel your body is demanding food.
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