6 Ayurvedic Tips to Stay Healthy

Updated at: Feb 26, 2019
6 Ayurvedic Tips to Stay Healthy

Prevention is better than cure. Instead of popping a pill you can stay healthy with some simple steps. Here are some simple steps to lead a healthy life.

Varsha Vats
AyurvedaWritten by: Varsha VatsPublished at: Feb 26, 2019

Amongst all the hustle and bustle, people try hard to create a work-life balance to ensure better health. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle does not require much efforts. Some simple steps can help you lead a healthy life. A healthy lifestyle automatically reduces the risk of many chronic diseases like diabetes, high cholesterol, cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure and kidney diseases. Some simple methods can help you stay healthy life long. You do not have to starve yourself or be a picky eater to stay healthy. Read on to know some simple steps which can improve your health effortlessly.

Workout at least three times a week

Exercising is the best way to stay healthy. One should indulge in physical activity at least thrice a week. You should make your schedule in such a way that it involves some or the other kind of exercises. If gyming is not your thing you can simply practice some yoga at your home. 

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Store healthy snacks at home

Snacking contributes to consumption of unnecessary calories. Most people choose unhealthy snacks which are loaded with unhealthy fat. To avoid the consumption of unhealthy and unwanted calories you must keep only healthy options near you. The absence of processed food items at home will automatically reduce consumption of unhealthy food. Keep options like fresh fruits, nuts and seeds, cereal and green veggies at home. 

Choose your drinks wisely

Not just sweets and candies, almost every drink is high in sugar which can lead to consumption of more sugar. Carbonated soda, alcohol and packed juices are often high in sugar. It will lead to consumption of more sugar than required. Sugar is often hidden in many foods and drink which you might not be aware of. Make sure that you check the labels of foods and drinks to know the exact composition. You should choose options like fresh lime water or fresh juice. Also, drink adequate water throughout the day.

Get massage regularly

Massaging is a great way to stimulate the nerves and muscles. It improves the functioning of both muscles and nerves. You should get a massage at least once a week. It will also improve blood circulation inside your body. You can use different oils for better results. 

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Check what suits your body

Each body has its own mechanism so you cannot adopt someone else's schedule or eating habits. You should understand your body well. Try to consume foods which suits your body the most. If you face problems after consumption of certain food then you should stop the consumption of such food items. Also, make your daily schedule in such a way it does not negatively affect your body. 

Move around more often

Moving less is the main cause of several diseases. It can trigger obesity, cardiovascular diseases, abnormal levels of bad cholesterol and high blood pressure. If you have a sitting job try to move around as much as possible. You can also enjoy any sport of your choice which can refreshen your mind completely.

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