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Health According To Ayurveda
What Is Health According To Ayurveda?

“Sama Doshaha Sama Agnischa Sama Dhatu Mala Kriya Prasanna Aatma Indiriya Manaha Swastha Iti Abhidheeyate”

Sushruta sutra sthana, 15/41


One is in balanced health when the entire physical and mental body:  the three doshas (vata, pitta and kapha), digestive fire (digestion, metabolism and assimilation), all the seven body tissues and components (dhatus), and all the excretory functions (including the functions of urination and defecation) are balanced with a pleasantly disposed contented mind, senses and spirit.

This sutra teaches us how to find harmony and well-being in life by developing Ayurveda as a lifestyle.  In modern times Ayurveda is perceived only as the science of medicine but traditionally, it emphasises how to build up a holistic lifestyle so that you can experience your holistic health.


Ayurveda offers a way of life.  The key to your health and wellness is based on your routine – the way you start and end your day, and your awareness of your food intake, especially including herbs and spices (oshodi), most of which you can find in your own your kitchen.   With the help of Ayurveda therapy, you can detoxify the body and help to integrate the body with the mind.

Your internal environment is governed by the Tridosha (vata, pitta and kapha), which are constantly reacting to your lifestyle, habits and external environment.  In response, each dosha either makes your internal environment too active, makes it too dull, or keeps it in harmony; and this is how imbalance continuously occurs in response to your choices and surroundings.


Imbalance are caused by pretty much anything and everything.  Some are controllable and some are not.  Your regular diet and the quality of the food, your sleep patterns, exercise, room temperature, mental health, or season change can all affect your doshas and create imbalance.

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