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With the monsoon showers knocking on our doors, our craving to have oily, fried & spicy foods like pakodas, pani-puri and vada-paav increases which often leads to digestive problems like acidity, flatulence, indigestion and diarrhoea. During this season, water can also be a host to bacteria that can cause severe stomach infections and diseases. Therefore, we should take extra caution to keep our gut disease-free.
In Ayurveda, ritucharya (seasonal routine) is defined for each season. It helps our body adapt to the changing climatic conditions without getting ill or infected. During the monsoon season (varsha ritu), vata dosha gets aggravated in the body causing weak digestion, acidity and poor immunity. Indigestion leads to the accumulation of toxic waste products and foods in the body in the form of ama (toxins) which further becomes a causative factor for various illnesses in the body. With the help of Ayurveda, you can prevent this ama (toxin) formation and prevent digestive problems from occurring in the first place. Below mentioned are a few tips.
Following these simple healthy tips will help you limit your exposure to many germs that may give rise to stomach infections and prevent digestive trouble. If you feel your stomach problem is persistent and causing discomfort, you can consult our Jiva doctors over a telephone call, online ayurvedic consultation on video, or visit Jiva Ayurveda Clinic near you. Our doctors suggest root-cause-based, personalized treatment including natural Ayurvedic medicine for digestion problem and a customized diet and lifestyle plan.
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