Lifestyle or Vihar is a way of living that cumulatively impacts your natural physical capacity to coordinate mental functioning. Lifestyle is the compilation of the everyday diet and living pattern, habits, behavior, family history, and the surrounding environment. However, in the recent era, people are much prone to live an unhealthy yet sedentary lifestyle. Therefore, the count of lifestyle-related diseases like obesity, diabetes, heart diseases has increased consequently.
Ayurveda believes in Arogya, gaining and sustaining a healthful living. And to accomplish Arogya, it’s essential to practice a healthy lifestyle. As a result, Ayurveda recommends few prominent practices to succeed Swasthvritti or a healthy lifestyle.
Ayurveda Practices for Healthful Living:
Dinacharya (Daily regimen)
Dinacharya is a healthy and sustainable pattern of lifestyle. And to obtain this, an individual needs to maintain a specific routine, considering the Prakriti or constitution of every individual.
To get Dinacharya benefits solely, you require to indulge yourself in some Dinacharya practices. Those are early morning wake-up, natural or metabolic waste excretion, maintain oral hygiene, regular exercise, body massage, bathing, clothing, eye care, etc.
Ritucharya (Seasonal regimen)
The seasonal regimen or Ritucharya in Ayurveda holds a link with Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, the three doshas. According to Ayurveda, nature, and climate massively influence our body; hence, you need to shuffle your diet, regime, and lifestyle practices during the seasonal change in heat, cold, or rain.
Quality sleep in our life plays a vital role in our well-being rather than having an 8-hour sleep. Because quality sleep nourishes and recharges the human mind and enhances both short and long-term mental powers. Therefore, to live a healthy lifestyle, you should maintain a regular pattern of quality sleep.
Sadvritta (Code of Conduct)
Sadvritta is generally good behavior or human code of conduct. You must follow some codes of conduct such as honesty, truthfulness, morality, not having greed, jealousy, or hatred, including general hygiene, diet, sexual life, and exercise to prevent lifestyle disorders.
Dhyana & Yoga (Meditation)
In Sanskrit, yoga signifies “union.” In other words, the act of consolidating the physical self with the mind through exercise. Yoga is powerful weaponry that can eliminate toxins out of the body. Yoga and meditation in parallel can stimulate your concentration.
Moreover, yoga in Ayurveda is also known to support a harmony between nature and the body through the three general aspects of human elements, the mind, mental, spiritual. However, Ayurveda yoga poses like Padmasana, Niyama, Dhyana, Samadhi, Pranayama, etc., boost immunity and mount endurance against diseases.
If you practice Ayurveda Ahar and Vihar daily, you can experience excellent results. Because a good lifestyle can be defensive against malignant diseases, manage stress in daily life, and reduce the need for modern medicine.
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