27 May

Dinacharya is a Sanskrit word that means daily routine. It is a crucial aspect of Ayurveda. In Ayurveda, there is a time and place for everything. Makig time for selfcare - both mental and physicaḷ in the morning can literally change your life. As I've said before, it can be as complicated or simple as you wish and just a few changes to your morning routine can make a world of difference...

So some of the benefits of dinacharya include:
• Regulating the body's natural rhythms, such as digestion, elimination and sleep. By following a daily routine, you can help your body to work at its best and prevent any imbalances that may arise.
• Promoting mental clarity, as it allows you to structure your day and prioritise your tasks. By reducing stress and anxiety, dinacharya can help you to focus and be more productive
• Supporting physical health, by incorporating various self-care practices such as exercise, meditation and proper nutrition. By following these practices, you can help to prevent diseases and promote overall well-being.
• Balancing the doshas, the three main energies that govern the body: vata, pitta and kapha. Dinacharya helps to balance these doshas by incorporating activities and habits that support each one. For example, a morning yoga routine can help to balance vata, while a balanced diet can help to balance pitta
•Enhancing self-awareness, by following a daily routine, you become more aware of your habits and patterns, and can learn to identify any areas where you need to make changes to improve your health and well-being. This heightened self-awareness is a key component of Ayurveda and is essential to good health

Do you want to know more about dinacharya or how to follow it? Maybe my next blog post will be some sample routines.


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