Published on Dec 24, 2022 By Lisa Codina
Ayurveda is an ancient approach to wellness that originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. The foundation of Ayurveda is to teach people how to attain and maintain optimal health through a deeper connection and understanding of themselves and their own particular nature in relationship to the world around them.
It is a system based on natural healing, unifying a myriad of practices that help nourish and strengthen body, mind, and spirit. This allows the body’s own natural healing mechanisms to work to their fullest potential which in turn helps us attain immunity and longevity.
One such practice is Dinacharya, or daily routine, which is based on the concept that creating a simple structure to your day allows you to keep the doshas in balance. This Ayurvedic lifestyle practice focuses on the cycles of nature and bases daily rituals around these cycles. When we are more in tune with the natural rhythms of our bodies, we are connected to nature’s ‘clock’ which in turn helps us regulate our own biological clock.
These 15 Ayurvedic tips for balancing living will help you eliminate accumulated toxins in the body, support healthy digestion (agni), increase immunity (ojas), feel nourished and grounded, and promote an overall sense of self-awareness, balance, and harmony.