Posted On : 19 November, 2018
“Fountain of Youth” is a spring that existed in tales and was believed to restore youth of anyone who drinks or bathes in its water. These tales make one wonder, how much youth was always coveted. The skin being the first indicator of youth, much has been searched, researched and sought to protect, preserve and restore it.
How and why skin differs?
The three elementary substances or energies (doshas) determine one’s skin type. The vata constitution has dry, thin, rough, cold or wrinkled skin. The individuals with pitta constitution have delicate, fair skin. Kapha skin is oily, smooth, moist and sometimes with large pores. The imbalance of any of the three energies (tridosha) in the body results in skin ailments.
What goes in, shows in skin
Following the diet according to one’s body constitution and balancing tridosha goes far. Avoiding oily, spicy, very sour, excessive salty or acidic food and caffeinated or aerated drinks suppress pitta dosha.
Yoga and Meditation
Beauty comes from within. Stress and tension negatively impact the skin making it lusterless. The benefits of Yoga and meditation are endless.
Ayurveda believes sunrays have healing properties. Skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema, acne and fungal infections are treated with Ayurvedic sunbath. Please do not overdose on sunrays as they can be harmful.
Ancient practice of Abhayanga (self-massage) calms and moisturizes skin, cleanses sweat glands, soothes nervous system and improves blood circulation.
Ayurveda recommends general hygiene (Svastha-vritta).
Detoxifying helps cleansing and flushing all the impurities out from the system.
Early to bed and early to life is the key if the goal is to get glowing and healthy skin.
Well-hydrated body results in well-hydrated skin. At least 8 glasses of water is recommended.
Dincharya, a Sanskrit word for daily routine is the simplest way to a health body and mind.
Ayurveda, a way to stay away from chemical products.
Ayurveda has always stood the test of time and the natural herbs proved its efficacy time and again.
If you wish to consult Ayurveda, you may choose to contact one of our Ayurveda Practitioners Gurnam Saini or Pooja Saini in Melbourne. Both of our Practitioners are Qualified Ayurveda Doctors from India. You may contact us at "Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic". People who can't reach us personally, may choose for online Ayurveda consultation.
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Ayurveda stads for extensive and elaborate clinical examination to understand thenature of the disease