Ayurvedic Morning Routine

Posted by Deepti Ohdar on

We all love waking up to fresh and healthy skin, but why not we give the same thought for our body??? Why not we have a morning routine for our health??? The answer to these questions is following a healthy morning routine that nourishes our mornings and keeping us healthy all day long. One can follow certain steps and rituals to begin a healthy morning. Let us have a look at a few of Ayurvedic and natural habits one can follow to add nutrition and care to their body.

  1. Wake Up Early

Waking up early though might sound a tedious task to some but is one of the healthiest options for an active body. Waking up early helps to increase the metabolism of the body which provides ample energy to our body to have morning workouts. Hence people who wake up early and perform any kind of physical activity are much healthier than people who wake up late and are wake till the wee hours of the morning. Therefore, waking up early helps one to attain ample time to complete the work scheduled for the day and also to keep them at a bay from being a couch potato.

  1. Cleaning Tongue

Brushing our teeth is a vital part of our mornings but it is incomplete without scarping our tongue. Many people avoid this step from the fear of hurting or cutting off their tongues. But one should not skip tongue scraping while brushing the teeth. Ayurveda suggests the cleaning tongue as a healthy way to keep our mouth toxic-free. Our tongue is accumulated with the maximum amount of toxins as it is the first part of our body to come in contact with the food we eat. Hence scraping tongue should be vital and must do work while brushing teeth in the mornings.

  1. Lemon Water

Lemon water in the mornings is an Ayurvedic practice. It helps to cleanse our bodies internally and detoxify it. Our body is filled with a lot of toxins in the morning hence lemon water is the best and herbal option to clean it. Lemon acts as an antioxidant for our body that aids to cleanse the harmful substances for a healthier start of the day.

  1. Oil Pulling

Oil pulling is an Ayurvedic practice of cleaning gums and teeth. The procedure involves massaging teeth and gums with sesame or coconut oil and revolving it around the whole mouth. The method should be followed for about 10 to 15 minutes. This healthy practice is the easiest method to cleanse and detoxify the body. It is also a healthy practice for our oral health care. Therefore, one should perform oil pulling for a healthier body and oral care.

  1. Abhyanga

Abhyanga is the process of massaging the whole body with sesame or any other oil. It helps to improve the blood circulation which is essential to keep our body shielded from various types of health problems. The massage should be done in the direction of the heart for a productive and healthy massage. It also helps to keep our skin hydrated and moist. Therefore, abhyanga is a healthy practice to include in your morning routine especially during winters.

  1. Yoga

Yoga is one of the best methods to reach our inner soul. It is not just a way to enrich our body but also a pure and healthy way to enrich our souls. It helps one to destress easily and also maintain a healthy physique. The breathing exercises help one to improve focus while the other forms of asanas help one to build up a stronger immunity. Therefore a few minutes of breathing exercises and asanas can give your day a perfect and healthy start.

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