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The Ayurvedic Art of daily routine

by: Dr Arya Krishna Published on08-03-17 07:35 PM

Ayurveda is called the science of life because it not only deals with diseases but also, maintains the health of a normal person. The first few chapters of all the classics hence mentions on how to maintain health by daily Ayurvedic regimen called as ‘Dinacharya’

In Sanskrit, Dina means day and Charya means Regimen.

Ayurveda says,

* Healthy person should get up from bed at Brahma Muhurtha that is, before dawn, or around 45 minutes before Sun rise, around 5 – 6 am.

* Splash your face with cold water and rinse out your mouth.

* clean teeth with any of the twigs of following herbs – Arka (Calotropis procera), Vata (Ficus benghalensis), Khadira (Acacia catechu), Karanja (Pongamia pinnata), Kakubha (Terminalia arjuna).

The twig should be of astringent, pungent and bitter in taste.

* Drink Water in the Morning, if possible in copper cup.

* Evacuation-Sit, or better squat . the water, followed by sitting on the toilet at a set time each day, helps to regulate bowel movements.

* Collyrium Application is good for the eyes.

* After collyrium application, healthy person should do Navana (Nasya – Nasal instillation of drops.). For this purpose, milk, herbal decoctions, herbal oils are usually used.

* Gandusha – gargling with warm water, milk, or herbal decoction or herbal oil should be done afterwards.

* Abhyanga – oil massage

Abhyanga means massage. It should be done daily, morning. It delays ageing, relieves tiredness and excess of Vata (aches and pains). It improves vision, nourishes body tissues, prolongs age, induces good sleep and improves skin tone and complexion. Massage should be specially done on ears, head and legs. Massage should be avoided when there is increase of Kapha in the body, soon after Shodhana (Panchakarma procedure) and during indigestion. (ref Asthanga Hridayam Chapter 2)

* Vyayama – exercise

Exercise brings about lightness, it improves work capacity, increases digestion power, burns fat. It brings body into good shape.

* Snana – Bathing

Bathing improves digestion, acts as aphrodisiac, prolongs life, increases enthusiasm and strength. It helps to get rid of dirt, waste products, sweat, tiredness, excessive thirst, burning sensation and microbes.

Pouring warm water over the body bestows strength, but the same over the head, makes for loss of strength of the hair and eyes.

The dincharya or daily routine is an essential component of an Ayurvedic lifestyle and supports the body and mind through the entire day's activities. To help bring us in tune with nature as well as our own intelligence following daily regimen is essential. This proper morning routine can help in bringing peace and harmony to body and mind. These are simple but powerful tips to ensure good health.

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