Below you will find a list of guidelines for a harmonious life that you can apply to prevent and dispose of toxic deposits.
Advice for a harmonious lifestyle according to Ayurveda
1. Protect yourself from diseases instead of treating them
Diet and lifestyle are the key to reducing toxins and their adverse effects on the normal functions of the human body.
2. Get up with the rising sun!
Proper digestion and metabolism require energy that is influenced by the sun: so it is advisable to wake up between 6:30 and 7:00
3. Drink “morning” water!
- Dissolves nutrients
- Removes waste products
- Ensures metabolism
- Creates an environment in which all biochemical reactions take place
Drinking “morning” water helps to cleanse the body and stimulate various organs and systems.
4. Drink 500 ml to 1,200 ml of water every morning
Take it in small sips, adhering to the rule that water should be “eaten” rather than drunk.
5. Never drink water during meals
Indigestion results in the formation of many biotoxins.
Drink water 1 hour before meals and 1 hour after meals. Never drink cold water!
6. Drink water divided into doses
Exceptions to this rule are allowed only in two cases:
- The amount of “morning” water
- The amount of water that is taken 1 hour after a meal
Remember that water is the main food for the body. When taken properly, the risk of toxins and subsequent health complaints is greatly reduced.
7. Drink water throughout the day
In a healthy person, the amount of water consumed should be in accordance with body weight and season.
8. Eat regularly
If your diet is dominated by meat or protein-rich foods, the nutrition should be at longer intervals, but in slightly larger quantities.
9. Eat less
Large amounts of food often remain unprocessed and unbalance the body – both metabolically and energetically.
10. Eat at the right time
If the last meal of the day is before this hour, proper and timely digestion is supported.
11. Eat the “right” food
The opposite is also true – “wrong” food will upset this balance, causing a number of problems.
- Fresh milk should not be consumed in the morning.
- No fruit should be eaten in the evening.
An exception to the rule can be made for children under 4 years of age or very elderly people
12. Eat cooked food
Raw vegetables require a lot of energy to be processed, which makes them unsuitable food for certain times of the year.
A good time to eat raw vegetables is summer, while in winter the regime should include more meat and dairy products.
13. Combine different foods properly
For example, combinations of milk and fish or fresh milk and fruit are incompatible and lead to the formation of toxins in the body.
14. Always eat warm and fresh food
Warm food is a source of less toxins as it is easier to digest.
15. Do not change your diet often
In order to function properly, the body needs to follow a certain order, so refrain from frequent and unnecessary changes in your food choices.
16. Be careful with alcohol
Excessive use or abuse of alcohol leads to the formation of bio toxins that cause serious health problems.
17. Keep your body clean
Personal hygiene should be carried out only with natural products that do not add a toxic background to the body.
18. Exercise regularly
Regular exercise stimulates the normal functioning of various organs and systems, recharges and tones.
19. Respect the body’s natural urges
This rule applies at all ages and at all stages of life.
20. Get a good night’s sleep
Take enough time to sleep to allow your body to successfully cope with this vital task.
21. Think positive
Before you go to sleep, try to calm your mind with good thoughts, so that the next day you wake up full of positive energy, with a “pure” mind and a clean body.
Tips for removing toxins from the body
1. A day without water
- Weight loss
- Improving metabolism
- Correction of digestive disorders
- Improving the functions of the excretory system
Exposure to direct sunlight should not exceed 20 minutes to avoid the side effects of solar radiation.
3. Steam bath and dry sauna
The two practices can be alternated routinely according to preferences and health status.
4. Laxative teas
Herbal teas containing hay, triphala or castor oil that keep the colon free of toxins. It is also appropriate to use aloe crystals.
5. Different massages
A qualified Ayurvedic therapist can help you choose the right oils for your body type.
6. Breathing exercises
Daily practice of breathing exercises favors clearing the system.
Beneficial practices for long and full life
1. Take care of your head
Warmer water can adversely affect the normal functioning of the sensory organs: eyes, ears, nose and tongue.
2. Use natural cosmetics
Ayurvedic cosmetics are a good choice.
If you want to take care of your eye health, we recommend using “Ayurvedic Eye Liner” with honey once a week.
It helps to remove secretions from the eye and to clean the tear ducts.
3. Do not look directly at the sun or any other source of bright light
Pay special attention to the time you spend in front of the computer, as this can lead to serious eye damage.
4. Limit the use of shampoos and soaps
Constant use of soaps removes fat from the skin, which leads to its damage.
5. Do gargle (mouthwash)
- Cleaning the throat
- Detoxification of the upper esophagus
- Maintain healthy gums
- Stimulating the brain
- Stomach cleansing
It is recommended to gargle once a week, using salted warm water or special herbal mixtures, such as Jethamada.
6. Oil massage or Ayangam Ayurvedic therapy
Regular use helps maintain proper body and mind function and good health.
7. Be careful with seasonal changes
Learn to adapt your diet and daily rhythm of life to the objective dynamics in the world around you.
8. Eat at a normal pace – neither too slow nor too fast
Do not stay around the table too long so as not to be tempted to eat too much.
Also – do not take a bath after eating!
9. Do not sleep during the day
Your biological clock requires you to get up at sunrise, be active during the day and rest at night.
10. And other
- Do not take medicines without a doctor’s prescription.
- Follow your doctor’s advice and follow his instructions.
- Show patience and courage in every life situation.
- Follow the moral precepts (dharma).
- Try to help others.
- Show understanding and respect for differences instead of condemning them.
These practices lay the best possible foundation for a harmonious life – with respect for your own body and mind.