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  1. 1. AYURVEDIC THERAPIES IN DAILY REGIME(dinacharya) Dr.Rajimunnisa Begum P.G scholar ,k.c dept.& D.R SUNIL KUMAR, B.A.M,S 2-Nov-14 1
  2. 2. AIMS OF AYURVEDA  Prevention of disease & maintenance of health  Curing the diseased “Prevention” is better than “cure” 2-Nov-14 2
  3. 3. Importance of daily health regimes in Ayurveda.  “Dinacharya” means the “appropriate daily regimes” which should be followed the Ayurveda way, for a physically, mentally and spiritually healthy life. 2-Nov-14 3
  4. 4. Dinacharya  Right from waking up in the morning till sleeping at night, all the daily routines have been given utmost importance in Ayurveda. 2-Nov-14 4
  5. 5. AWAKENING FROM SLEEP  There is a well known proverb – “Early to bed, early to rise makes a person healthy, wealthy and wise. 2-Nov-14 5
  6. 6. According to Ayurveda -  One who is desirous of a long, healthy life should wake up at the time of – “BRAHMA MUHURTA”  Brahma muhurta - means approximately 1to1/2 hour before sunrise.  Brahma = Knowledge. ‘Brahma muhurta’ is the best time for gaining knowledge 2-Nov-14 6
  7. 7. ANSWERING NATURE’S CALL ! 2-Nov-14 7
  8. 8.  Evacuate your bowels  You can train yourself to do this at this time  If your digestion is normally sluggish drink a glass of warm water  Do not avoid answering the nature’s call  Do not strain too, if you do not have the urge.  After this wash your hands clean and splash some clean water on your face 2-Nov-14 8
  9. 9. BRUSHING TEETH (Danta-dhawan 2-Nov-14 9
  10. 10. When to brush teeth?  Ayurveda mentions that teeth must be brushed –  In the morning  And also after eating food. 2-Nov-14 10
  11. 11. What to use for brushing ?  According to Ayurveda twigs of the following herbs can be used to brush teeth : ◦ Arka ◦ Vata (Banyan tree) ◦ Khadira ◦ Karanja ◦ Arjuna ◦ Nimba- is best among bitter herbs. ◦ In absence of twigs “powders” of herbs like Triphala, Trikatu & Trijatak can be used 2-Nov-14 11
  12. 12. Herbal tooth brush twig 2-Nov-14 12
  13. 13. 2-Nov-14 13
  14. 14. Benefits of Brushing teeth  Freshens up the mouth  Removes bad odour from the mouth  Removes coating on teeth  Alleviates ‘Kapha’  Increases desire for food  Makes on feel pleasant 2-Nov-14 14
  15. 15. TONGUE-SCRAPING (Jihwa-nirlekhana) 2-Nov-14 15
  16. 16. Benefits of tongue-scrapping:  Removes bad taste from mouth  Eliminates bad odour of mouth  Reduces swelling of tongue  Relieves stiffness of tongue  Enhances the sense of taste.  Thus helps maintain oral hygiene  Stimulates the taste buds. 2-Nov-14 16
  17. 17. GARGLING (GANDUSHA)  “Gandusha” means filling the mouth with a certain fluid, without rinsing movement of the mouth and holding it until the eyes start watering. 2-Nov-14 17
  18. 18. Fluids used for Gargling (Gandusha)  Fluids like Sesame oil, honey, milk, meat soup, rice gruel, herbal decoctions.  On daily basis Gargling is usually done with sesame oil, or meat soup. 2-Nov-14 18
  19. 19. Benefits of Gargling (Gandusha)  Strengthens the mandible  Improves voice quality  Nourishes the face  Enhances taste-perception  Prevents drying of throat, chapping of lips and tooth-decay  Strengthens teeth & gums  Reduces hypersensitivity of teeth to sour taste or hard food substances 2-Nov-14 19
  20. 20. MOUTH-WASH (Kawal)  Mouth wash (Kawal) is very similar to Gargling (Gandusha).  The only difference is that in this method the movement of rinsing the fluid in the mouth is done 2-Nov-14 20
  21. 21. COLLYRIUM (Anjanam)  “EYE” is the most important among all the sense organs.  Hence “COLLYRIUM” is applied to the eyes to protect it from various eyes diseases.  It is useful to maintain the health of the eyes. 2-Nov-14 21
  22. 22. Sauviranjana • Collyrium made from Antimony • To be applied daily for protection of eyes Rasnajanam • Collyrium made from Berberis aristata (Darvi) • To be apllied once in 5 or 8 nights for facilitating good lacrymation of eyes during the ‘night’ 2-Nov-14 22
  23. 23. BENEFITS OF COLLYRIUM (Collyrium)  It cleanses the eyes  Improvises Vision  Generates a shine and twinkle in the eye.  Protects and cures various eye diseases 2-Nov-14 23
  24. 24. When not to apply collyrium  Exhaustion  Crying  After alcohol intake  Anger  Fear  Suppression of natural urges  Diseases of the head  Redness and pain in eyes  Swollen eye  Excessive watering of eyes 2-Nov-14 24
  25. 25. MEDICATED SMOKE INHALATION (Dhumapana) & IT’ S BENIFITS •Relieves heaviness of head •Relieves hoarseness of voice. •Relieves Rhinitis & neck stiffness •Relieves Pain in the eyes and ears •Relieves cough & hiccough. •Relieves dyspnoea, Relieves lock jaw. •Relieves Obstruction of the throat •Strengthens the teeth 2-Nov-14 25
  26. 26. Purpose of Medicated Smoking?  Some part of the increased vitiated Kapha in the head region is instantly eliminated by inhalation of Medicated herbal smoke (Dhumapana)  Hence it is suggested following collyrium application. 2-Nov-14 26
  27. 27. Time for inhalation of medicated smoke  After bathing  After eating  After tongue-scraping  After sneezing  After brushing teeth  After nasya (nasal instillation)  After applying collyrium  After sleep 2-Nov-14 27
  28. 28. NASYAM (Nasal drops or instillation) NASYAM means administration of medicated oil or ghee through the nostrils 2-Nov-14 28
  29. 29. What to use as Nasal drops?  A herbal medicated “Oil” specially indicated for Nasal instillation on a daily basis is – “ANU THAILAM”  Anu thailam is specially conducive to spreading into minute channels of the body. 2-Nov-14 29
  30. 30. Signs of appropriate Nasal instillation  Lightness of head  Sound sleep and waking up in time  Cure of diseases  Pleasant mind  Clarity and proper functioning of all the sense organs 2-Nov-14 30
  31. 31. EXERCISE( vyayama) 2-Nov-14 31
  32. 32. Signs of appropriate exercising :  Sweating  Increased respiration rate  Lightness of the body  Increased heart rate 2-Nov-14 32
  33. 33. Benefits of exercise :  It nourishes the body  Gives good complexion  Maintains proportionate body parts by improving the musculature.  Enhances the digestive power  Prevents laziness  Lightness of the body  Detoxifies the body  Increases tolerance to exertion, heat or cold. 2-Nov-14 33
  34. 34. Rules for Exercise according to Ayurveda :  Heavy exercise should be done in the Winter & Spring season.  Mild exercise should be done in all the remaining seasons.  Walking daily increases the life span, strength, intelligence  Walking improves digestion & health of “indriyas” or sense organs. 2-Nov-14 34
  35. 35. ABHYANGA (Oil Massage) Use lukewarm oil for Abhyanga, Oil selected depending on season, dosha predominance & condition, but “Sesame oil” is best 2-Nov-14 35
  36. 36. 7 Positions for Abhyanga Sitting Supine Left Lateral Prone Right lateral Supine again Sitting again 2-Nov-14 36
  37. 37. Benefits of Daily Abhyanga (oil massage)  Delays Ageing process  Relieves Fatigue & relaxes the body  Helps cure Vata diseases  Improves Vision  Improves skin complexion  Nourishes the body  Improves Sleep  Strengthens the body  Increases the Life span 2-Nov-14 37
  38. 38. PADABHYANGA (Foot massage) 2-Nov-14 38
  39. 39. Daily Foot-massage Benefits:  Reduces Dryness of body  Removes the stiffness or numbness in legs  Relaxes the feet  Gives strength & Stability to feet  Improves health of ‘eyes’  Pacifies Vata  Prevents – Sciatica, Cracking of feet & Muscle stiffness in the legs 2-Nov-14 39
  40. 40. SHIROBHYANGA (Head massage)  Head massage should be done daily 2-Nov-14 40
  41. 41. Benefits of Daily ‘Shiro-abhyanga’ (Head massage)  Prevents hair-fall  Prevents early graying of hair  Strengthens hair roots  Gives nourishment to all the sense organs like – eyes, ears, nose, tongue & skin  Gives good complexion to face  Good & sound sleep 2-Nov-14 41
  42. 42. UDWARTANA (Herbal powder massage) 2-Nov-14 42
  43. 43. Udwartana  “UDWARTANA” means – Massaging the body with fine powders (churnas) of various herbs of astringent taste.  It is mainly done after oil massage  Sometimes paste of herbal powders can also be used 2-Nov-14 43
  44. 44. Benefits of “Udwartana”  Reduces excess “Kapha dosha”  Reduces excess “Body fat”  Strength & Stability of body  Clear & healthy complexion to skin  Reduces heaviness of body  Dilates blood vessels  Prevents rashes & itching 2-Nov-14 44
  45. 45. Benefits of Daily bath •It is sacred •Helps live a long life •Improves strength of heart •Increases “Oja” •Relaxes the body •Removes excess Sweat, itching & Foul body odour •Removes drowsiness 2-Nov-14 45
  46. 46. WASHING FEET •Cleans the feet •Cure foot-diseases •Relieves tiredness •Good for health of ‘eyes’ •Prevents growth of germs 2-Nov-14 46
  47. 47. Other daily regimes are : Wearing comfortable clothes depending on the climate – enhances beauty, pleases mind. 2-Nov-14 47
  48. 48.  Wearing garlands made of ‘fragrant herbs & – e.g. Sandalwood, Saffron & fragrant flowers like jasmine – pleases mind. 2-Nov-14 48
  49. 49.  Wearing comfortable foot wear – good for eyes, gives strength and protects feet from diseases 2-Nov-14 49
  50. 50.  Wearing head – turban (cap) & using umbrella – protects head & hair from sun, wind, rain, dust, and enhances ‘oja’ 2-Nov-14 50
  51. 51. AHARA SAD RASA YUKTA AHARA NIDRA 2-Nov-14 51
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  53. 53. CONCLUSION;  Unhealthy life styles are the principal causes of modern day illnesses .  In recognizing the importance of years of life,  This wellbeing or wellness associated with social, mental, spiritual,& physical functioning.  It is possible only by these therapies.  So health management is free & enjoyable but disease management is costly & painful.  So every one should follow the 2-Nov-14 53
  54. 54. THANK “U” 2-Nov-14 54

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