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With the seasons changing, the onset of the seasonal cold or a light fever ails the body, typically because of low Agni and vata imbalance. Mentioned within this article are a few Ayurvedic tips that you can include in your daily diet and lifestyle to avoid falling ill.
Eat nourishing-warm food
Avoid fried or heavy food, your body will utilize the energy to recover from feeling under the weather.
Include spices that boost immunity and stimulate the Agni.
When the seasons change, the onset of cold or a light fever is to be expected. Typically, such a situation arises when Agni is low and the Vata is imbalanced. Low immunity exposes you to a lot of diseases that can happen when the temperature drops. A light headache, blocked nose, cold symptoms, bodyache, etc what this onset of sickness feels like.
Here are a few Ayurvedic tips that you can include in your daily diet and lifestyle to avoid falling ill:
Eat nourishing-warm food. Low immunity primarily owes to a vata imbalance. Including foods that balance the vata should be consumed when you feel like you’re about to fall ill. Mung daal helps detoxifying and rejuvenates at the same time.
Include spices like garlic (lahsun) and ginger (adrak) in your regular diet. They boost immunity and stimulate Agni.
Heavy foods require a lot of energy to digest. By avoiding fried foods or foods that are too heavy, your body will utilize the energy to recover from feeling under the weather.
Steam helps the body feel cosy. It also unblocks blocked nose and rejuvenates the skin. Warm baths and humidifiers are great. Put a pot full of water of water on the stove and let it boil on low for a few hours. You can also add essential oils or herbs that have therapeutic properties, like cinnamon, ginger, cloves, etc.
Put two drops of sesame oil in each nostril before going to bed as it reduces vata imbalance. This practice is called Nasya.
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