As the seasons change, the chances of falling sick rise sharply. It’s difficult for our body to keep the pathogens at bay when the immunity levels are down and people around us are sneezing and coughing. Though we cannot shun from being in contact with those who are ill, we can certainly work our way to strengthen our defense mechanism.
Antibiotics and other medicines do help the body recover from the disease but they don’t help improve the body’s immunity. Yoga, perhaps, is one of the most effective and time-tested natural immunity boosters that we can adopt for a healthier life. It is an ancient art that strengthens the body and also relaxes the mind. Let’s have a look at a few simple yoga poses that can help you put up a strong resistance the next time flu season comes around:
Healthy tips to stay healthy
- Detoxify your body by drinking at least 6 to 8 liters of water daily
- Get a sound sleep of 6 to 8 hours
- Include more green vegetables in your diet and eat on time
- Make sure your diet is getting you your daily amount of vitamins and minerals
- Adopt ayurveda for a healthy lifestyle
- Follow basic hygiene practices
- Exercise and meditate regularly
Yoga is a holistic practice which strengthens our body physically as well as mentally. As a result, the body’s defense mechanism also improves in such a condition. A healthy life can be easily achieved if we learn to adopt a healthy lifestyle, healthy food choices and regular practice of yoga and meditation. Ayurveda, yoga and meditation are the ideal factors to live a healthy life.
Yoga is not an alternative to medicines but rather a precautionary measure to keep diseases at bay. So, let’s not wait this time for the flu to come knocking at our door but rather beat it with ease.
Yoga practice helps develop the body and mind bringing a lot of health benefits yet is not a substitute for medicine. It is important to learn and practice yoga postures under the supervision of a trained Sri Sri Yoga teacher. In case of any medical condition, practice yoga postures after consulting a doctor and a Sri Sri Yoga teacher. Find a Sri Sri Yoga course at an Art of Living Center near you. Do you need information on courses or share feedback? Write to us at email@example.com