Articles>> Volume 5 Issue 2, 2021

Ayurvedic concept of daily regimen and its correlation with the modern era
Kunj Thaker
J Convent Knowl Holist Health 5 (2): Art. ID 217 (2021)
Today people are being more modern and slowly we have started to follow western culture, diet as well as regimen also. People cannot understand that western countries have a different climate than India. According to the climate, they are following their culture, diet and daily regimen. For example normally in western countries, the climate is cold so they should get heat from their diet, for this they are using bread or bun or their most common food doughnuts. These diets belong to wheat, which gives more heat to the body. They are doing continuous work because they want to keep on their bodies hot to survive in that climate. But in India, the climate is different according to place, if we are going to north India in Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab and Haryana, we will get cold weather, if we are going to west India in Rajasthan, Gujarat and all we will get hot weather so like this at every place the climate is different. So, the diet and regimen also should be different. Now people are going to doctor or dieticians or professional physiotherapists to ask about diet and all, from them some common things will come out that is, to eat healthy food, drink milk, more intake of water, to eat green vegetables, etc. etc. Only some good doctors or dieticians or professional physiotherapists will give different diets from person to person. Now a day’s people have turned to Āyurveda because they understand the side effects of allopathic medicines. People are now going to Āyurvedic and Naturopathic centres for health maintenance. People have eager to know how to live life healthily without taking any kind of medicine. For this, the best way is to follow Āyurveda. According to Āyurveda the regimen and diet are based on Deś (place), Kāla (time), Deh Prakṛti (immunity) and all. The present article is all about the common regimen for everyone according to Āyurveda. This is not a complete regimen for anyone. Although the regimen for each person will differ, some common things mentioned here can be easily followed. Before this, so many scholars have worked over the Dincaryā topic, but either their researches are particularly on a single regimen or with the concentration over diseased people. Here the uniqueness of this study is implementing of anciently described regimen in the modern era with minimum technical words so that the common people also can understand very easily.

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