Ayurveda Daily Routine for Healthy Life
“Samadosha Samagnischa Samadhatu Malakriya,
Prasannatmendriyamana Swashtha Iti Vidhiyate “
According to the Ayurveda daily routine, the balancing of Dosha, Dhatu, Mala, and Agni in our body is termed as Swasthya. Ayurvedic acharyas state that sawasthya does not mean only physical fitness but mental fitness as well.
The Ayurvedic field has been best known to heal the people by correcting their aggravated doshas and it mainly works firmly on the basis of two structures: First is daily routine and second is our Daily Diet.
Ayurvedic Daily routine is known as ‘Ayurvedic Dinacharya’ and it is one of the principles mentioned in the Ayurvedic texts and is all about bringing balance in the life of a person by diversifying the routine in such a way wherein we can give in space to everything. The flow of energy gets balanced along with the balance tridoshas Vata dosha, Pitta dosha, and Kapha dosha because Ayurveda works on the body rhythmic system and mainly focuses on internal healing.
Ayurvedic Dincharya (Ayurveda Daily Routine) is very necessary to balance radical changes in the body, mind, as well as consciousness. It helps to establish balance in one’s constitution. By adopting this there is a regularization of a person’s biological clock, which aids digestion, assimilation, and absorption, generates peace, happiness, self-esteem, and longevity.
If a person follows the daily regimen regularly it will help in the termination of all the changes which can occur due to time at the primary level because it slows down the process of irreversible changes, thereby keeping the person healthy and disease-free.
Ayurvedic science has mainly followed 2 objectives:
Aaturasya Vikaara Prashamnam Ch”;
It indicates that to maintain positive health in the individuals who are healthy and to treat the persons who are suffering from various diseases.
For fulfillment of the first objective (to maintain positive health in a healthy person), Ayurveda suggests some lifestyle strategies, named as:
- Dincharya (daily regimen)
- Ritucharya (seasonal regimen)
- Sadvritta (Good moral conducts)
- Ashtang Yoga
Charaka samhita, Sushruta samhita, Ashtang hridaya, Bhava prakasha, and other Acharyas describe the importance of Ayurvedic Dinchacharya in their texts.
The Description of Ayurvedic Dincharya (Ayurveda Daily Routine) is Mentioned below:
- प्रातरुत्थानम् ‘Brahmamuhurta Jagrana’:
रऺाथमायषू: स्वस््येजातवेग: सामुत्सजृ ेत!”
It indicates waking up during Brahma Muhruta (early in the morning or 90 minutes before sunrise). According to the Acharyas, it is the most karmic time when positive energy flows in the Satvika and helps to gain positivity and strength. It welcomes a new day with deep breaths so that the freshness flows in and give us a new start.
Also, in the early morning, oxygen in the atmosphere readily mixes up with hemoglobin to form oxy-hemoglobin which nourishes the deep tissues. Also, exposure to the bright light of the early morning releases the serotonin (neurotransmitter biochemically derived from trytophan) which helps in the contribution of well being and happiness.
According to Ayurveda daily routine (Dincharya), Brahmamuhurta is the time when positive energy flows in and Satvikta helps us gain positivity, strength, and welcoming a new day with deep breaths so that the freshness flows in and gives us a new start to our old problems.
- उषःपानम् ‘Ushana Jalpana’:
Take 1-2 glasses of water which is kept for the whole night should be taken before sunrise. According to the Ayurveda, start a day with a glass of lukewarm water, it will help to detoxifies the body, rehydrates the tissues, and relaxes the Agni (hyperacidity) which is accumulated overnight.
Every person should eliminate natural urges (feces and urine) daily. This process will help to clear the rectum, increases digestive power, prevents abdominal distension, pain, foul-smelling flatus, constipation, etc. In most people, this is an automatic reflex for a bowel movement and urination in the morning.
But someone if unable to empty the bowel properly, he/she can eat fiber-rich diet and Triphala Rasayan. It is the most popular Ayurvedic formulation mentioned by the Acharyas. A person can take 3 grams of Triphala Churna along with 2.5 grams of ghee and 5 grams of honey daily after an evening meal. Triphala is a mixture of three fruits – Amla, Baheda, and Harad, that includes multiple properties including anti-oxidants, anti-inflammatory, supports the functioning of the liver and prevents several diseases.
Our sense organs are very important, Ayurveda always encourages to take a close check on cleansing all the senses. Splash your face with cold water and rinse out your mouth properly. Wash your eyes with cool water and gently massage both the eyelids. After that, blink your eyes 5-6 times and rotate in all directions. Our Acharyas mentioned the process of netra prakshalana according to doshas, that is:
- For Kaphaj: Wash face with bhilvodaka kahsyam
- For Pittaj: A person can use rose water or cool water
- For Tridoshaj: Use triphala water for eyes wash
- दन्तधावनम् ‘Dantadhavana’:
शरीरचिन्तां निर्वर्त्य कृतशौचविधिस्ततः
प्रातर्भुक्त्वा च मृद्वग्रं कषायकटुतिक्तकम्
कनीन्यग्रसमस्थौल्यं प्रगुणं द्वादशाङ्गुलम्
Always use a soft toothbrush and a bitter, pungent, astringent powder for cleansing the teeth.
- For Kaphaj and Pitta body type, a person can use Banyan tree twing,
- For Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, a person can use Khadira tree twing,
- For Pitta and Vata, use Sarja tree twing,
Other than this, Arka, Karanja, Apamarga, Arjuna, Babul, Neem tree twing can be used. The thickness of twing should be approx that of your little finger and must collect from an unpolluted area.
In Ayurvedic texts, it is clearly mentioned to clean the teeth by chewing twings of medicinal plants this helps to make the gums stronger and also good for facial muscles.
- जिव्हानिर्लेखनम् ‘Jihva–nirlekhana’ (tongue cleaning):
In Ayurveda daily routine we should also scrap the tongue gently from back forward and it should be cleaned by a long flexible strip of plant material or metal. This procedure will help to remove dirt from the tongue, bad smell of the mouth, teeth, and tongue, produces better taste in the mouth, also prevent the diseases related to mouth, tongue, teeth, and provide a feeling of freshness, softness in the mouth.
- अञ्जनम् ‘Anjana’ (application of collyrium in eyes):
“Sarva Indriyaanam Nayanam Pradhanam”,
This quote clearly defines the importance of eyes.
सौवीरमञ्जनं नित्यं हितमक्ष्णोस्ततो भजेत्
Anjana is a paste applied to the inner parts of eyelids and used to protect the eye and maintain the health of the vision of the eyes.
Two types of Anjana are described in the Ayurveda daily routine: Souvira Anjana, and Rasanjana.
Souvira Anjana can be used daily as it helps in maintaining the health of eye and vision, cure burning sensation (daha), itching (kandhu), eye debris (mala), watery eyes (klinnta), pain (vedna), etc.
Rasanjana can be applied on 5th or 8th day especially at night, to evacuate excessive Kapha Dosha (as eye being a Teja dominant organ, should be protected from excessive Kapha or kleda)
In Modern World, every person spends their excess time on the computer, mobiles and other objects that results in the dry eyes. To overcome the symptoms Anjana karma can help in the clarity of eyes, feeling of lightness in eyes, cessation of excess discharge, restore the functioning of eyes, also eyes look clean and attractive.
- नस्यम् ‘Nasya’ (oily nasal drops):
Naisik kriya is one of the best therapy which help to clean the nasal cavity thoroughly. This therapy is advised since birth to till death mainly to prevent the diseases of ‘Urdhwa Jatrugata Vikar’ (diseases related to ears, eyes, nose, and shoulder disorders). Herbal formulations which are directed through the nasal passages affect the Mind, Tarpaka kapha, Sadhaka pitta, Pranava vata, and Majja dhatu. Different types of Nasya are explained in the Ayurveda daily routine, namely Virechana nasya, Bruhana nasya, Shamana nasya, Navana nasya, Marsha, and Pratimarsha nasya.
Out of these, Pratimarsha nasya can be done on regularly by lie down with the head tilted back and put 5 drops of Anu Tailam in each nostrils, sniff deeply and remain lying for 1-2 minutes to allow the oil to penetrate. Acharya Charaka mentioned the use of Nasya therapy in mainly three seasons: The Raining season, the autumn season, and the spring season. Also, he advises that Nasaya therapy should be done during clear weather when there is no cloud in the sky.
Nasya therapy is very useful in the prevention of eyes, nose, and ear diseases. Regular use of this therapy promotes hair growth, improves the strength of the neck, provide proper nourishment to blood vessels, ligaments, joints, and tendons of neck and head.
Our Achrayas has Mentioned Some Particular Medications Accordingly the Doshas:
- For Vata type: Vacha oil, Sesame oil, or ghee
- For Pitta type: Coconut oil, Brahmi ghee, sunflower oil
- For Kapha type: Vacha oil
- गण्डूष ‘Sneha gandusha dharana’ (Retaining medicated oil in mouth):
After Nasya, Acharya Vagbhata recommended the use of Gandusha in Ayurveda daily routine.
It is mainly of three types:
- Oil gandusha,
- Decoction gandusha, and
- Warm water gandusha.
Oil gandusha is mainly done by coconut oil, sesame oil, or arimedadi oil, and this mainly used in conditions like dryness of mouth, diseases of teeth, voice disorders, roughness or cracking of lips, etc.
Decoction gandusha includes decoctions of herbs like irimeda or khadira and is very useful in loss of appetite, excessive salivation, bad taste, etc.
Warm water gandusha is mainly used for clearing the mouth.
In Ayurvedic Texts, Gandusha can be applied after the procedure of Nasya to eliminate excess kapha deposited in the throat area.
- धूमपानम् ‘Dhumpana’ (medicated fume inhalation):
Dhumpana in Ayurveda known as Herbal Smoking and it is of 3 types –
- Snahik, and
Prayogika dhumpana is used to prevent disorders of the head and neck region caused by Vata and Kapha dosha. Dhumpana is a combination of various herbs that help you get rid of headache, rhinitis, migraine, ear ache, cough, dyspnoea, obstruction in the throat, excess salivation, impaired voice, tonsillitis, uvulitis, loss of consciousness, ear discharge, sneezing, and prevent a person from the diseases of vata and kapha doshas. Dhumpana can be used of haridra, guggal, vacha, aggru, nimbaptra, sarjras, gaursarshapa, and other herbs to clean the respiratory tract, oral cavity, and pharynx.
- ताम्बूलसेवनम् ‘Tambula bhakshana’ (chewing betal leaves):
Tambulasevana is an ancient custom in India. It is tikta, katu in rasa, light to digest, balances vata and kapha dosha in the body. Tambulasevana help in clarity of doshas in the mouth, improves taste and voice, act as carminative, mild purgative, stimulates the taste bud, increases salivation, kill the germs, wards off bad odor from the mouth, helpful in the diseases of teeth and mouth, enhances digestion power, allow downward movement of the Vata dosha, and removes the dirt from jaws and teeth. Tambula should be chewed in the morning after the application of Anjana, Nasya karma, Gandusha, Dhumpana, other than these, a person can take it after vomiting, after meals, indulging in sexual activities, after getting out of sleep.
- अभ्यङ्ग ‘Abhyanga’ (Oil Massage):
अभ्यङ्गं आचरेत् नित्यं, स जरा श्रमवातहा ।
दृष्टिप्रसाद पुष्टि आयु:स्वप्नसुत्वक्त्वदार्ढ्यकृत् ॥
शिर: श्रवणपादेषु तं विशेषेण शीलयेत् ।
वर्ज्योऽभ्यङ्ग: कफग्रस्तकृतसंशुद्धि अजीर्णिभि: ॥
According to Ayurvedic Acharyas a person who do Abhyanga in the early morning get rid of tiredness, prevents Vata disorders, improves eyesight, restores the musculoskeletal and nervous system, increases lifespan, nourishes the body, improves sleep quality, promotes strength, enhances overall blood circulation.
In Ayurveda daily routine Abhyanga stimulates the internal organ, restores Apana vayu, which assists in healthy elimination, transport the potency of drugs to desired parts, strengthen and nourishes Sapta dhatu, improves skin color (vrana), helps in maintaining youthfulness, improve vision, immunity, and tolerance, eliminates toxins and impurities from the body, provide lubrication for the joints, reduces pain and inflammation, etc.
A person can use sesame oil, coconut oil, mustard oil, castor oil, maha narayan oil, chandanadi taialam, balaswagandhadi taialam, dhanwantram taialam, and maharajaprasarini taialam.
- व्यायाम ‘Vyayama’ (Physical Exercise):
लाघवं कर्मसामर्थ्यं दीप्तोऽग्नि: मेदस: क्षय:
विभक्तघनगात्रत्वं व्यायामात् उपजायते
Ayurvedic Acharyas has clearly mentioned the importance of Vyayama (physical activity) at least two thousand years ago. Regular practicing of vyayama keep the individual healthy, promote immunity, maintains psychological wellbeing, protect from various lifestyle and metabolic disorders like obesity, diabetes, premature aging, cardiovascular disorders, osteoporosis, etc.
Ayurvedic Acharya has described proper signs of Vyayam, these are:
Svedaagamah (increased sweating), increased respiratory rate (shawasavriddhi), increased heart rate, feeling of lightness in the body, dryness of mouth, and exertion.
Different grade of Vyayama is advised by Ayurvedic Acharyas because of Sharira Bala (body strength), because it doesn’t remain the same all through the year and varies with the season. A person can do mild exercise (alpavyayama) in Grishma and Varsha ritu.
Moderate exercise (balardha) in Sharad, Hemant, Shishira, and Vasanta ritu.
Severe exercise (ativyayama) it should not be performed in any season.
Regular practicing of Vyayama takes out the accumulated toxins from the body, increases the oxygen supply to the deep tissues, increases the carbohydrate metabolism, etc.
- Karana poorna (oil pulling):
The Ayurvedic procedure of installing medicated oil or ghee in ears is called Karana Poorna. This procedure is very effective in all ear diseases including hearing loss, tinnitus, earache, excess wax, ear congestion, headache, migraine, neck pain, jaw pain, vertigo, general body aches, depression, etc.
Ayurvedic Acharyas recommended some classical oil for karana poorana, these are, Bilva oil, kshara tail, karana bindu oil, nirgundi oil, and badhiriya nashak tail.
उद्वर्तनं कफहरं मेदस: प्रविलायनम् ।
स्थिरीकरणं अङ्गानां त्वक्प्रसादकरं परम् ॥
Udvartana is done with different medicated powders like triphala, lodhra, vacha, etc. This is done by rubbing the herbs to remove excess oil, dirt, dead skin. The procedure of Udvaratana help in mitigates the kapha, burn excess fat, brings stability of the body parts, improves strength and skin complexion.
- स्नानम् ‘Snana’:
In Ayurveda, the bath is termed as Snana. It improves appetite, lifespan, strength, vigor, increases enthusiasm, helps to get rid of waste products, dirt, sweat, burning sensation, microbes, etc.
It is mention in Ayurveda daily routine, bathing head with hot water is contra-indicated because it harms eyes and hairs. Also, too cold water should also be avoided. Water should not be too cold or too hot for bathing purposes.
- आहार ‘Bhojana Vidhi’ (proper intake of food):
According to Ayurveda daily routine food always should be taken when hunger is felt. According to the Ayurveda, food should be taken two times a day and it should be fresh, warm, snighdha, and should be consumed in the proper place. Proper food can help to improve complexion, promotes happiness, life, promote strength, medhya, ojas, bala karaka, etc.
There are some precautions mentioned in the Ayurvedic texts regarding the food, it is, water should not be taken immediately after food, sexual activities also not performed immediately after food, full stomach meals should not be taken in the night, opposite qualities of food should not be taken, this all results in the disturbance of the digestive fire and leading to indigestion, hyperacidity, the formation of Ama, etc.
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Nowadays, 70-80% of people are psychosomatic and faces many communicable as well as non-communicable diseases. The best way to face these problems is to adopt Ayurveda daily routine, as the Ayurvedic field emphasizes the maintenance of health as well as the prevention of diseases.
Dincharya (Ayurveda daily routine) is one of the main tools mentioned in Ayurvedic texts for the maintenance and promotion of health. Every person should adopt the concept of Dincharya to get disease-free life as it is very important to prevent chronic and lifestyle-related diseases.
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