Cucumber can be consumed at any time of the day or night as it helps to balance all the three doshas and helps to maintain the water content of the body. If you have weak or poor digestion then you must avoid taking at night because Cucumber seeds are heavy to digest.Feb 21, 2020
A study by the University of Westminster found that people who wake up early (between 5.22am and 7.21am) have higher levels of a stress hormone than those who have a leisurely morning, but a dawn wake-up is also when most CEOs jump out of bed. Any earlier and it’s really impossible to justify it as…
The Three Pillars of Life are proper digestion, proper sleep, and proper management of sexual activities. Eating, sleeping and procreating are essential to life, and when these three areas are in a healthful state of balance, the body and mind will reach its full potential of health and wellness.Jul 1, 2017
Those who violate the rule of correct sleeping and indulge in afternoon sleeping can be at risk for the following diseases as per Acharya Charaka – these are headache, timidness, heaviness of the body, loss of digestive power, Halimaka ( type of jaundice),oedema, anorexia, nausea, rhinitis, hemicrania, urticaria,
For most people, 4 hours of sleep per night isn’t enough to wake up feeling rested and mentally alert, no matter how well they sleep. There’s a common myth that you can adapt to chronically restricted sleep, but there’s no evidence that the body functionally adapts to sleep deprivation.Oct 22, 2020
The Ayurvedic Clock is essentially what modern science now calls our biological clock, or body clock, and is linked to how our genes and hormones operate. The clock is split into four-hour cycles based on the type of energy that is predominant in our bodies and in nature during each four-hour window.
If you find you’re waking between midnight and 2am, in Ayurveda this is seen as a pitta (fire or heat) issue and relates to built-up pressure and stress. Waking disturbances, where you wake up early in the morning, say between 3am and 5am, is more related to vata (air) which is centred around worry and…