Since recently ( FINALLY ) getting my hormones under control, I have reintroduced my beloved 1 cup of coffee per day. This recipe has been straight magical and I am completely satisfied after just 1 cup. I drink this about 1-3 times a week and the rest I just do coffee with a touch of […]
It has been a long time since I wanted to make a post about this magical town: Hallstatt. I have been living in Vienna for almost 9 months now and I have already visited Hallstatt on 3 different occasions: winter, spring and summer. So you may guess how much I love this little beautiful spot! […]
Lassi is a traditional Ayurvedic drink that aids digestion. Made from yogurt, water and spices, it is good for all mind-body types. It is best to drink lassi after you have finished your main meal at lunchtime. Remember that the increase of Pitta in our environment and in our body during the summer causes our own […]
When asked what country has surprised us the most, my answer is without hesitation the Czech Republic. It was a place I knew little about, but now, will never forget.
I have a tendency to worry. I think it is due to the fact that I juggle a lot of responsibilities and often find myself involved in projects that have me out of my comfort zone.
Additionally, I think I worry sometimes because there are many wonderful things in my life that I fear losing.
Actually, when you think about it, that’s what all worry is – a fear of loss. I worry because I don’t want to lose something I have or something I hope to have.
Ironically, this means that worry can strike even more during the good times in life. Have a great relationship? You can start worrying about losing that person. Just landed a new job? You can easily begin worry about screwing up at work.
Now a lot of people will tell you that the way to avoid worry is to not think about…
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When rain comes people can be seen dancing and rejoicing in many ways. But this is also a season for many diseases, infections and health problems. Due to the sudden change in temperature, the immunity of our body becomes low and makes us susceptible to many diseases. Following proper monsoon Ayurvedic care tips can prove to be beneficial to stay healthy.
According to Ayurveda rainy season is also the time for aggravation of Pitta, which the functional energy of our body dominant in fire element, and is primarily responsible for metabolism and digestion of food. Digestion is weak during this time. Diseases caused by Pitta like hyperacidity, indigestion, skin disorders (boils, eczema, and rashes), hair loss, and infections are common in this season. To stay away from illnesses, one must follow these Ayurvedic health tips during monsoon.
It is the time when the humidity levels in the atmosphere are high, which also leads to reduced vital body fluids. Due to lack of oxygen in the air, often people complain of breathlessness and weakness.