Light rain has been falling in Delhi-NCR for the last few days. According to the India Meteorological Department, two mm of rain was recorded in Delhi earlier this week. Due to which there was relief from the scorching heat, but with it many health problems are also coming to the fore. diseases like cough and cold (Cough and Cold) are common in such climates. There are many people who do not want to take allopathic medicines for every condition and prefer to opt for some other option. Dr. Pooja Sabharwal of Chaudhary Brahm Prakash Ayurved Charak Sansthan in the capital told TV 9 that monsoon (Monsoon) There are many options available in Ayurveda for diseases that arise in the U.S.; The work of these drugs is immunity (Immunity) to increase.
Dr Sabharwal said, “When a person’s immunity is low, then he has a fear of getting the disease. We have to understand how patients are treated through Ayurveda – it does not suppress the symptoms. It treats the root cause of imbalance in the body. For a healthy body, all the energy should be in perfect harmony with each other.
Dr. Sabharwal explained, according to Ayurveda, strong immunity requires good digestion, strong metabolism, proper functioning of the liver and a balanced endocrine system. “Immunity is also closely linked to ojas (body strength) or life force. Ojas is the energy that governs our immunity, strength and happiness. If our Ojas is weak, then our health and energy will also be less, due to which we will be prone to disease.
Eat according to the season
He said that when our grandmothers used to change the diet according to the season, there was a reason behind it. Dr. Sabharwal said, “Diet plays an important role in monsoon. It is advisable to make lifestyle changes during this time. To preserve the fire, eat light and fresh food prepared from old grains of barley, wheat and rice. Include cow’s ghee, pulses and green moong dal in daily diet. Before eating food, eat a small piece of ginger with rock salt. If it is raining, eat food that is sour, salty and has less oil.
He said that to increase immunity, you have to change your lifestyle along with food. Dr Sabharwal said, “Avoid sleeping during the day as it hinders the digestion of food and slows down the metabolic rate. People whose eating pattern is not right and who like to meet people often, they should fast for one day in a week. It helps in improving digestion.
These measures can be taken
1. Drink only hot water.
2. Use spices like turmeric, cumin, coriander and garlic in cooking.
3. Drink herbal tea/kadha made from basil, cinnamon, black pepper, saunth (dry ginger powder) and dry grapes. Add jaggery to it. If you are diabetic, add fresh lemon juice instead of jaggery or sugar.
4. Drink half a teaspoon of turmeric mixed with half a glass of warm milk just before sleeping.
5. Eat hot food and avoid raw food like salad.
6. It is advisable to drink plenty of fluids to prevent slowing down of metabolism.
7. Avoid eating stale food.
Dr Sabharwal concluded by saying, “Rain brings many infections. Avoid eating green leafy vegetables during this season. Curd and red meat take longer to digest. In this season, opt for vegetarian food and drink buttermilk instead of curd. Eating haritaki/harad (Terminalia chebula) with rock salt after eating is extremely beneficial for health.
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