According to ayurveda, the amount of sleep you need depends on your mind-body constitution or body type. People with Kapha constitution need the most sleep - about eight or nine hours in order to feel rested. Pittas are next, with a need of seven to eight hours. Vatas can manage with six to seven hours […]
Archive for March, 2009
There are various factors that affect the sleep. The more active one is, the healthier a person is, the better they sleep.
The evidence for the direct effects of food on sleep tends to be fairly meager. On should try and have dinner as early as possible and should not sleep immediately after it. Dinner should […]
There are no specific foods to eat that will stimulate production of breast milk, but there are things that can help with milk production. The best prescription for maximum milk production is effective and frequent breastfeeding or milk expression, plenty of fluids, adequate calories and rest.
Drinking enough fluid helps. It doesn’t have to be milk; […]
Myth #1 - Bottle Feeding is Easier than Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding is a simple natural process which ensures essential nutrients to baby. Bottle feeds will damage kid’s digestion.
Myth #2 - Breastfeeding will lose the shape of breasts.
The shape of the breast is never lost by the feeding whereas loose clothing etc will sag the breast.
Myth #3 - […]
In ayurveda breast milk is called as nectar. Brest milk is sterile; it has got all the nutrients and antibodies what the child needs. Ayurveda believes that the benefits of the breast-feeding, has no parallel. Breast milk is rich in all the vital nutrients and provides the baby with requisite energy for the all round […]
Kerala, the name almost synonymous with the word ‘Ayurveda’, is now all set to reap the benefits of Ayurveda through health tourism. The reason for this is the popularity of Ayurvedic treatments and the manner in which Kerala is marketing Ayurveda in medical tourism. Kerala Ayurveda Centers have been established at multiple locations in various […]