Disclaimer: I am not a doctor and any information supplied below is not intended to replace medical treatment by a doctor. Also, the content below is only for informational purposes not for medical advice or use. Whenever you choose to make lifestyle changes please consult a trusted medical practitioner of your choice.
What is Ayurveda?
There is a TON of information available online about Ayurveda. Simply put, Ayurveda is an ancient system for healing and living. Ayur means life and veda means science or knowledge. This ancient life science has been practiced in India for at least the last 5,000 years; it is believed that at least 90% of all Indians use some form of Ayurveda. In the western medical world it is considered an alternative form of medicine. You might use some forms of Ayurveda and not even realize it! Yoga, meditation, pranayama, eating with the seasons, oil pulling, and netti pot cleansing are just some of the simple daily practices that contribute to an Ayurvedic wellness plan.
It is designed in a way to link your inner wisdom with your body to help guide you to create a holistic daily regimen to ensure mental clarity, physical health and emotional well being. It is an individualized approach to wellness that takes many factors into consideration when evaluating an individual’s health and creating a wellness plan.
Why is it helpful?
Sometimes we notice several small things in our life that we want to change to improve our health and the daily quality of our lives. Things like getting better rest, making time for exercise, feeling less stressed, etc. In a system like Ayurveda you can create a daily practice that incorporates small changes that can add up to enormous benefits! By creating an individual plan, you become empowered and in charge of your health and well being.
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