Top Health Benefits of Yoga and Ayurveda

Overview

The hectic schedule of the modern lifestyle has made harder for individuals to live an active as well as a healthy lifestyle. In recent years, Scientists have invented so many techniques with the help of which individuals can perform multiple tasks with a single click. Basically, these things were invented to improve people’s way of living but such advancements lead to a negative impact on individuals’ lifestyles. The people are becoming lazy day by day. Most of the people do not like to cook food at their homes. They prefer packed food over Home-made food and it is readily available everywhere in the market.

These types of food contain different types of harmful additives and flavoring agents which are mainly used to enhance the taste. These chemical agents have a harmful impact on health. Therefore, a significant proportion of individuals in this generation is unhealthy and unwell. However, people often opine that it is very expensive to maintain a healthy body with a natural lifestyle. But this thinking of people is completely wrong, each and every individual can live a natural and healthy life with the help of Yoga and Ayurveda. Ayurveda is the most Ancient Medicine System used to live a healthy and natural life. Whereas, Yoga is a part of Ayurveda which is basically used for decreasing the physical stress and calming of the mind. Some people also consider Ayurveda as ‘Sister Science’ of Yoga. A person can achieve the goal of a healthy body with the help of Ayurveda practitioner through Ayurvedic methods such as Herbal medicines, Yoga, Massage, and Medication.

Health Benefits of Yoga

Following are the Top Benefits of Yoga:(فوائد اليوغا)

1.Improves Flexibility:

The first and foremost benefit of Yoga is that it improves the flexibility of the body. It is often seen that on the first day of Yoga, a person can’t touch his or her toes. But if a person keeps on doing Yoga regularly then he or she can assume gradual loosening. He or She can also notice that pains and aches start disappearing.

2.Helps in Building muscle strength:

Strong muscles not only protect us from many health disorders like back pain and arthritis but strong muscles also look good. Some people also think that Gym is the best way for the building of muscle strength. But such flexibility is not long-lasting. However, the flexibility gained by Yoga is long-lasting and it also prevents falls in older individuals.

3.Prevention of cartilage and joint breakdown:

When a person is doing Yoga then he or she is moving his or her joints in full motion. By doing this a person moves his or her body’s those cartilages that normally do not move, all these movements prevent arthritis problems.

4.Improve the flow of Blood:

Yoga improves blood flow, especially in hands and feet. It also supplies more amount of oxygen to body cells. There are so many types of Yoga exercises that are characterized by inverted poses. These poses encourage venous blood to flow back to the heat from the pelvis and legs.

5.Boosts immunity:

Yoga increases contracting as well as stretching the power of the muscles. When a person is doing Yoga he or she moves his organs which enhances the drainage of the viscous fluid that is present in immune cells. This helps the body to fight against various types of infection. It also destroys carcinogenic cells and disposes of toxin products that are present inside the body. It also helps in improving heart rate.

Following are the Top Benefits of Ayurveda(الفوائد الصحية للأيورفيدا)

1.Natural Approach:

Ayurveda wants to make people understand that anyone can stay healthy with natural methods of living. If a person is facing any type of health issue then it is due to the imbalance between three basic energies of life. This unbalancing is not a one-night occurrence. When a person understands the real reason behind these imbalances he or she can maintain it with the help of a properly balanced diet and by avoiding junk food such as burgers, pizza and so on.

2.Reduce toxins amount in the body:

According to Ayurveda, there are three different types of toxins present in the human body. The most common toxin present in the body is known as Ama that is mainly produced due to the improper digestion of the wrong food. These toxins keep on generating for a long time and after some time they start regulating throughout the body and cause various types of diseases. However, different types of practices of Ayurveda like eating the largest meal during day time when the sun is at its highest will prevent the formation of toxins.

3.Reduce Stress :

If a person is not eating properly then its digestive fire (Agni) starts decreasing and after some time a person starts feeling tired and uncomfortable which causes different types of health disorders. Whereas, with the help of diet and practices suggested by Ayurveda person can reduce the overall stress of the mind.

Top 10 Health Benefits of Ayurveda

Ayurveda Encourage to love Yourself:

It encourages people to love themselves. Ayurveda believes that each and every individual is unique in their own. There are three different types of Doshas present in the Human body and every individual is a unique mixture of these doshas with 1 dosha being more prominent than the others. While Ayurveda helps to maintain these Doshas because each dosha has its own merits.

VATA:

This dosha is responsible for the quick learning of knowledge but it is also responsible for quick forgetting. The individuals in which this dosha is more their skin and hair are dry. When this dosha is in balance in a person then he or she is full of enthusiasm and joy. But when it is not balanced then it causes stress and anxiety.

PITTA:

This Dosha is responsible for the sharp mind and good concentration. A person becomes more aggressive, pushy, and demanding when this dosha is not balanced. The affected person feels uncomfortable in the hot weather. Excessive heat makes him or her more tired. The main symptoms of the unbalancing of this dosha are Acne, Ulcers, Rashes, Heartburn, and boils.

KAPHA:

This dosha is responsible for the immunity of the body against different types of infections. But people with an excess amount of this dosha are more prone to depression and they do not like cold weather. Due to the unbalancing of this dosha in the body, a person may suffer from many physical conditions like Cold, Sinus, Asthma, and other respiratory problems.

Note

Ayurveda plays a great role in the balancing of these doshas and protects people from many diseases.

Dr. Vikram Chauhan

DR. Vikram Chauhan, MD - AYURVEDA is an expert ayurvedic doctor based in Chandigarh, India and doing his practice in Mohali, India. He is spreading the knowledge of Ayurveda - Ancient healing treatment, not only in India but also abroad. He is the CEO and Founder of Planet Ayurveda Products, Planet Ayurveda Clinic and Krishna Herbal Company. Write at - herbalremedies123@yahoo.com, Contact at - +91-172-521-4030 Websites - www.planetayurveda.com, www.alwaysayurveda.com

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