03/7Brahmi Brahmi has been used by Ayurvedic medical practitioners for a long time to improve memory, reduce anxiety and tackle other health issues. Some studies reveal that Brahmi may boost brain function, and may also play a role in alleviating anxiety and stress.Dec 19, 2019
Corpse pose: This pose is one of the most popular yoga poses for relieving stress, anxiety and reducing depression symptoms. Shavasana can be done as the last or closing pose to your yoga session. One can also meditate while performing the corpse pose. It relaxes and recharges your body.Aug 14, 2020
Dryness of skin, hair, ears, lips, joints. Dryness internally – bloat, gas, constipation, dehydration, weight loss. Dry and lightness of the mind – restlessness, dizziness, feeling ungrounded. Cold: poor circulation, muscle spasm or constriction, asthma, pain and aches, tightness.
No matter what Dosha type you are, nutritious, light, warm porridge forms the basis of an Ayurvedic breakfast. Tip: instead of eating a meal, why not enjoy a warm, nutritious glass of nut milk or “Golden Milk” (recipe at the end). Drink a glass of boiled water (at drinking temperature) when you wake up.Aug 6,…
Keys to Dosha Balance Get to bed before 10 PM. Maintain a regular daily routine (see Ideal Daily Routine) Follow a Vata-pacifying diet. Favor warm beverages. Food should be warm, freshly prepared and unctuous. Use liberal amounts of sesame oil. Practice Transcendental Mediation. Jan 9, 2015