Keep Cool This Summer With Ayurveda

Keep Cool This Summer With Ayurveda

Summer is a season that creates a sense of fear in many of our minds due to the issues like thirst, sweat and skin eruptions. But, with the hot season fast approaching this year, you can get acquainted with the wisdom of ancient sages says ayurveda for effectively beating the heat before it beats you. After a relaxing spring season, we experience a gradual increase in the heat with the approach of the hot season of the year. From here on, the heat with slowly rise and will reach the peak stage called as sweltering stage. Ayurveda states that when things are heating out externally, it becomes the ideal choice to achieve coolness inside both physically and mentally. Here are some tips given by this alternative system of medicine to make sure that you can keep cool during the forthcoming hot months:

Cooling bath:

It is suggested that during this hot season, you should never forget to bath with cold water. You can take some fresh mint leaves and can boil it in water. Once the entire essence of the mint leaves get into the water, you can just add the strained water to your bathing tub and can enjoy a relaxing bath. Mint leaves are known for their cooling effect on the skin and this plant also provides an excellent relief to skin as well.

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As against mint leaves, you can also use rose petals as well. These petals can be just soaked in the water for overnight and can be used for a refreshing bath in the morning to combat the heat caused due to excessive climate change.

Cooling diet:

When it comes to diet during this hot season, some people will have difficulty in digesting foods. Not only these people, but also for all, it is recommended to include a lot of fruits and vegetables in the diet. Fruits and vegetables in different tastes like astringent, bitter, juicy and sweet. It is better to remember that vegetables like zucchini, broccoli and asparagus as cooling effect and remember to add cucumber to your salads.  It is recommended to keep away from sour and spicy foods during this season and cooling spices like anise, cardamom, fennel and mint can be added to the diet frequently. Ayurveda recommends that during these hot seasons, it is better to avoid vegetables with heating properties like spinach, garlic, onion, radish and hot pepper.

Cooling exercises:

When it comes to hot summer months, swimming is a wonderful and healthy exercise. In addition to providing a cooling effect to the body, it can also help a great extent in strengthening and toning the body muscles. Furthermore, ayurveda recommends people to perform shitli pranayama for installing coolness, peacefulness and brightness to the bodyFrom here on, the heat with slowly rise and will reach the peak stage called as sweltering stage. Ayurveda states that when things are heating out externally, it becomes the ideal choice to achieve coolness inside both physically and mentally. Here are some tips given by this alternative system of medicine to make sure that you can keep cool during the forthcoming hot months:

Cooling bath:

It is suggested that during this hot season, you should never forget to bath with cold water. You can take some fresh mint leaves and can boil it in water. Once the entire essence of the mint leaves get into the water, you can just add the strained water to your bathing tub and can enjoy a relaxing bath. Mint leaves are known for their cooling effect on the skin and this plant also provides an excellent relief to skin as well. As against mint leaves, you can also use rose petals as well. These petals can be just soaked in the water for overnight and can be used for a refreshing bath in the morning to combat the heat caused due to excessive climate change.

Cooling diet:

When it comes to diet during this hot season, some people will have difficulty in digesting foods. Not only these people, but also for all, it is recommended to include a lot of fruits and vegetables in the diet. Fruits and vegetables in different tastes like astringent, bitter, juicy and sweet. It is better to remember that vegetables like zucchini, broccoli and asparagus as cooling effect and remember to add cucumber to your salads.  It is recommended to keep away from sour and spicy foods during this season and cooling spices like anise, cardamom, fennel and mint can be added to the diet frequently. Ayurveda recommends that during these hot seasons, it is better to avoid vegetables with heating properties like spinach, garlic, onion, radish and hot pepper.

Cooling exercises:

When it comes to hot summer months, swimming is a wonderful and healthy exercise. In addition to providing a cooling effect to the body, it can also help a great extent in strengthening and toning the body muscles. Furthermore, ayurveda recommends people to perform shitli pranayama for installing coolness, peacefulness and brightness to the body. A simple walking around an area filled with trees and flowers can also help the body to combat the heat.

Generally, during hot days, stress and overwork can highly aggravate the overheating effects. This is why it is recommended that people should maintain effective time management tips and should find time to relax themselves, rather than continuously working during hot days.

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0 # Dr. Naresh 2017-07-28
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