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Ayurveda Yoga Asanas and Benefits

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Ayurveda is completely scientific and this field mainly refers to the healing of a person’s ailment through natural treatment. This means that instead of taking in tablets or any other medicine, natural procedure is adopted. various kinds of leaves and juices are used to treat the person. It was originally an ancient practice and has lost its relevance in the recent days however, this scientific method has again gained its importance. It was developed as a discipline where the person this method is first tried and experimented only then it is practiced commercially. people generally mistaken this method to be only applicable to any physical problems but the truth is that it is equally helpful when it comes mental stability. This method is considered to be extremely relaxing for the body as well as the mind. It causes deep peace to the mind and helps the person to do away with everyday issues and take a larger look at life. Yoga on the other hand refers to improve the body conditions by carrying out certain body postures, exercises and breathing exercises. Ayurveda yoga refers to the practice where both yoga and ayurveda are performed together. Certain postures or exercises are prescribed to the person according to the problems taking place in the patient’s body.

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Most of the physical problems occurring in the body is related to the imbalance in the doshsa that is the three energies which are said to be existing in a person’s body responsible for the physiological ailments. In short, imbalance or disruptions in any of the three doshas can cause physical problems. This in turn can be treated by ayurveda and by adopting various postures and exercises. exercises help the body to restore the imbalance and gets the body on track. The person gets naturally treated and also there is no side effects.

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In total there are three kinds of energies which manage to control all our physical functions intact. Disruptions in any of these energies can cause problems. all the three doshas have been mentioned below with their side effects-

Pitta Dosha:

This energy is responsible for the consumption of all the nutrients and minerals. it also leads to the proper functioning of the metabolic system and keeps the person active all day long. Also, this helps to digest the food properly and extracts all the necessary vitamins and minerals which may be required by the body to keep working properly. However, any kind of imbalance might lead to agitation and frustration. the person might feel restless and also depressed. Improper digestion of food can lead to unwanted ulcers and boils. the person might also feel dizzy. The best way to treat this is to have digestive natural tablets and perform exercises that can lead to digestion of food.

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Vata Dosha:

Vata dosha is mainly responsible for the proper circulation of blood in the body. This energy helps the body to move properly and provides it with proper movement functions. In fact even the working of the heart  and slightest movement like blinking of the eyes or wriggling of the toes also depend on this dosha. imbalance of this energy can cause severe anxiety. The person might get tensed up due to the improper movement. However, this also has a solution. Regular practice of certain exercises can bring up the energy level back to normal.

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Kapha Dosha:

Kapha Dosha refers to the energy which is responsible for the balance of water in the body. It keeps the skin hydrated and also supplies water to  different  organs of the body. Imbalance in this energy can cause insecurity where as the correct balance can keep the person calm and loving. the person will remain caring and will also have a forgiving nature.

Ayurveda yoga is not a new technique and is accepted worldwide for its scientific reasons. One must regularly practice the postures and take in the natural medicines in order to stay fir and also to keep the three vital energies balanced.

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