Since it’s monsoon time already, and various places are having very oozing situations all throughout, we must know the best possible precaution to keep us healthy. Health is a great concern in 2020, and you must safeguard yourself from seasonal diseases, especially this monsoon. And what can save you better than Ayurvedic tips?
Ayurveda has always been a constant go-to option for therapeutic reach, and yet another time here are 5 Ayurvedic Tips to safeguard you from falling sick this monsoon!
1. Indulge in some Pranayama
Since keeping your lungs fine is most crucial right now, doing pranayama every day is a great way to boost your immune system. Not only that, but it will also clear out the clutter from your mind since it’s meditative. Also, your body will be overwhelmed by panic energy and you can keep seasonal flu at bay!
2. Have the ‘Kadha’!
Be it, however, tasteless you might feel, a cup of ‘Kadha’ every day, keeps the illness far away! The herbal tea or ‘Kadha’ is very essential to boost immunity. The best and simple way to make some kadha is to pour two cups of water to boil. Add tulsi leaves, ginger, cardamom, ‘laung’, and boil it till the water becomes half. Sip it like tea!
3. Turmeric Latte is Cool
Be it the fancy ‘turmeric Latte’ or ‘Haldi wala doodh’, however, you may call it, this is actually a great Ayurveda tool of Ayurveda to stay fit and healthy. Turmeric has plenty of antioxidants and various healthy properties to keep you super fit in this monsoon. Also, it’s tasty!
4. Flush the Toxins
In order to remove toxins, have a glass of warm water mixed with a teaspoon of honey and juice of ½ lemon in the morning to flush out accumulated toxins. Also, you should drink hot water throughout and avoid any cold-beverage.
5. Work on the Diet
It’s not a secret that what you eat builds your body. So you need to eat clean during the monsoon to not catch the seasonal flu! Have loads of green vegetables with as little oil as possible. Boiled soups with veggies work awesome! Have spinach, it’s filled with zinc. Have loads of protein like eggs, soya, ‘Dal’. And don’t overeat.
And that’s it! Easiest way to safeguard yourself in this monsoon. Happy Rain!
Disclaimer: This article does not represent the views and opinions of medical professionals. It is solely based on research and reference by the author. It does not offer any medical suggestions or advice.
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