8 Ayurvedic Morning Rituals To Boost Your Energy

According to the Ayurvedic philosophy, the choices that you make taking into account your daily routine can build resistance to illness or reduce it. Ayurveda invites us to jump into the new day by focusing on morning rituals. These rituals work to align the body with the rhythms of nature, balance energy, promote self-esteem and self-discipline.

It is believed that Ayurveda is the oldest health system in the world. Without being linked to any religion, this tradition of 5,000 years dedicated to healing by natural means originates in the Vedic culture of India.

Ayurveda in Sanskrit is the combination of the words Ayus, which means life, and Veda, which is science, i.e.: the science of life. Ayurveda is based on finding harmony and balance between body, mind and soul. It focuses mainly on preventing disease and maintaining vitality and health according to the body type. These recommendations give you guidelines for following a proper diet, lifestyle, behavior and mental state. Getting rid of physical and spiritual toxins is also important in this practice.

According to Ayurvedic practices and beliefs, the choices you make regarding your daily routine can create resistance to or destroy diseases. Ayurveda invites you to start your day by focusing on morning rituals that help you align the body with its natural rhythms.

Maybe your head tells you that you have to check your emails, walk the dog, take the kids to school, you cannot be late for work, etc. However, in this post we will introduce some easy ayurvedic morning rituals, to give a complete change to your life.

Ayurvedic Morning Rituals

1.Use a tongue scraper.

Using a tongue picker in the morning before brushing your teeth will help eliminate the toxins and bacteria accumulated during the night. Also, will allow you to improve your breathing and your digestive health.

Use a tongue scraper

2.Test mouthwash with oil.

Oil Pulling, it is about rinsing your mouth with coconut or sesame oil for 10-20 minutes. This technique is used to remove toxins from the mouth. Also, it is excellent for teeth and gums.¿, has a whitening and refreshing effect. In addition to its rejuvenating benefits. On the other hand, purifying the tongue is beneficial for the whole body since the tongue is directly connected with various organs of the body.

Arogyadham - Ayurveda Oil Pulling

3.Self-massage with oil.

It is an Ayurvedic ritual that consists of massaging your body with hot oil. This practice allows to hydrate the skin, improve circulation and stimulate the lymphatic system. The oil has to be heated for a better absorption. Then you have to gently massage your body from head to feet. Also, do not forget to make circular movements, always towards the hear.

Self Massage with Oil

4.Get up with the sun.

Ayurveda encourages us to wake up before dawn and live according to the rhythm of the sun. Early in the morning, our energy levels are optimal and our brains are very active. Therefore, it is an ideal time for physical and spiritual exercise. Greeting the sun in the morning is the best way to start the day.

Wake up before dawn

5.Eat consciously.

In Ayurvedic culture, it is important to eat consciously to balance body and mind. The society in which we live forces us many times to eat fast, at the work table or watching television. However, Ayurveda teaches us that eating is a sacred act that requires time and respect for the food we give our body.

Eat consciously

6.Drink hot water with lemon.

This is the perfect drink for mornings. It helps in digestion, allowing the body to eliminate waste much easier. Also, is useful to prevent constipation as well as diarrhea. In addition to relieving your morning bowel movements, hot water with lemon has many other great qualities! It is rich in nutrients such as calcium, potassium, vitamin C and fiber. Plus it helps you lose weight, clean your skin and strengthens your immune system.

Drink hot water with lemon

7.Develop a breathing practice.

One of the favorite rituals to eliminate stress and ensure optimum health is develop a breathing practice. You can do it through meditation, pranayama, and the practice of yoga. This can be as simple as a few asanas of greetings to the sun, deep breathing, followed by a few moments of meditation.

Arogyadham - Breathing Practice

8.Take care of your nose and ear

In principle massage the top of the ear and use the thumbs and index fingers to rub the edge. Now you have to moving them slowly towards the lobe. Then place a few drops of sesame oil into the opening of the external ear canal to maintain vata energy.

Ayurveda considers the nose as the path to the brain. So, you should rub a few drops of sesame oil or olive just inside the nostril. This is done to improve the voice, vision and sinuses.

Take care of your nose and ear

In short, only with this easy morning rituals, you going to feel and live better. It is very simple and you will notice its effects in a short time.

Finally, we invite you to tell us your favorite morning ritual. Also, we remind to share this post with your friends.


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