We all have been hearing since childhood that getting up early in the morning is beneficial for health. According to Ayurvedic beliefs, people who wake up early in the morning feel more energetic than other people, which is why health experts believe that all people should wake up before sunrise. But have you wondered why this is so? Why do grandparents always insist on waking up in 'Brahmamuhurta' before sunrise?
In Ayurveda, the benefits of a balanced diet, yoga, meditation, and medicines, along with the right time to sleep or wake up, and its benefits have been mentioned in detail. Ayurvedic beliefs regarding the time to wake up in the morning have also been supported in traditional medicine. Both these beliefs make it clear that waking up before sunrise gives positive energy to the body as the atmosphere at that time is extremely soothing and calm. How waking up early in the morning can be beneficial for the body, let us know about it in detail in the following slides.
Science has also accepted the benefits of getting up early in the morning
Along with cultural and Ayurvedic beliefs, scientists also consider getting up early in the morning beneficial. According to experts, physical activities like yoga, meditation, and exercise can also have more benefits by getting up early in the morning. It may also be beneficial in improving mental health and physical balance, as well as improving memory problems and concentration. Waking up early in the morning also leads to the rapid development of intelligence.
Benefits of getting up early in the morning according to Ayurveda
The benefits of getting up early in the morning have been explained in detail in Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, there are three main elements present in the human body. There are Vata (air and ether), Pitta (fire and water), and Kapha (earth and water). The amount of these elements varies with time. Vata is associated with muscles, breathing, blinking, and tissue and cell movements. Bile is associated with the processes of digestion, excretion, metabolism, and body temperature. Whereas Kapha is related to the structure of the body i.e. bones and muscles. Any of these three problems can cause many types of diseases in the body. According to Ayurveda, the balance of these three remains better in people who wake up early in the morning.
What is the right time to wake up in the morning?
According to Ayurveda experts, getting up at the time of Brahmamuhurta is considered most beneficial, after which all people should devote time to physical activities like meditation, yoga, and exercise. Morning time is peaceful and full of fresh air, which is considered to be very beneficial for health. People who have any kind of problem with the three main elements in the body, Vata, Pitta, or Kapha, can get rid of it.
What are the benefits of waking up at what time?
According to Ayurveda experts, the time of waking up in the morning can also be considered very beneficial for the prevention of body defects. Waking up 30 minutes before sunrise is the most suitable period for Vata, 45 minutes before for Pitta, and 90 minutes before waking up for the prevention of Kapha doshas. Waking up early in the morning and doing exercises like yoga and exercise can also have many other benefits for health.
Note: This article has been prepared on the basis of suggestions from Ayurveda experts.
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