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Weight Loss at Birla Ayurveda

Winter is the perfect time to lose weight, but we end up gaining more. Do you want to know why this happens? During the winter, we have a faster metabolism, which allows us to burn more calories with less effort. But our natural impulse is to curl up in our warm covers and not move much, binge-watching our favourite show or reading a book.

Your body works hard to keep you warm by creating heat, which is how you wind up burning calories without even trying. It may not be obvious, but losing weight naturally is more likely in the winter.

Late winter is often associated with weight loss objectives, and this year is no exception. Do you develop love handles as a result of your regular stay-at-home lifestyle of eating and creative culinary binges? Is weight loss a worry for you or a loved one before to the lockdown, and it’s now more difficult to overcome than ever? Learn about the Ayurvedic approach of weight loss at Birla Ayurveda and some of our best home management suggestions.

The four keys to the success of weight loss at Birla Ayurveda

Diet fads and trends encourage a strict diet that may not be healthy for everyone and is frequently challenging to maintain. This is not the case with Ayurveda’s approach to nutrition. Over 5,000 years ago, in what is now India, a form of complementary and alternative medicine called Ayurveda was developed. It is successful weight loss because of four factors.

  • Natural – Ayurveda encourages natural, sustainable changes to diet, sleep, and lifestyle for complete mind-body-spirit wellness.
  • Personalized – It emphasises that one size does not fit all and meets you where you are in order to promote self-awareness. All three pillars are addressed individually, as are suggested treatments.
  • Health Prevention – Ayurveda empowers a person; it does not treat a sickness. You talk about your family history and personal health objectives during Ayurvedic consultations. Your doctor uses a holistic approach to treat any abnormalities, including hypothyroidism, obesity, anxiety, and depression.
  • Stress Targeting – Ayurveda emphasises stress reduction through yoga, meditation, medicinal herbs, and purifying treatments.

An overarching objective of Ayurveda is the prevention and management of weight loss at Birla Ayurveda. The approach used by Ayurveda is comprehensive, sustainable, and most importantly, customised. For instance, even though they might both be overweight, some people may be encouraged to fast for a short time, while others may find it hazardous. A thorough Ayurvedic consultation takes into account a person’s lifestyle, present imbalances, emotional and mental health, genetic and social background, and condition of health. It recommends a combination of short-term and long-term changes in diet and lifestyle while addressing the underlying causes of weight gain and related conditions. We make sure to take care of all your needs and this is how treating weight loss at Birla Ayurveda has an advantage in aiding weight loss and maintenance. 

Due to its comprehensiveness, Ayurveda has successfully treated weight loss for thousands of years. Obesity is known as Sthoulyam in Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, when digestive fire (Agni) and poisons (Ama) are out of balance, the metabolism of fatty tissue is hampered (Medo Dhatu). Ama weakens Vata Dosha, the energy principle that controls the ether and air elements, and obstructs bodily tissue pathways. This unbalanced Vata affects digestion and makes you feel peckish. This, in combination with a slow fat metabolism, contributes to obesity. The excessive consumption of sweet, fatty, and cold foods, which also encourages the deposition of fat, vitiates the energy principle of the water and earth elements, known as the Kapha Dosha. To maintain a healthy body weight, ayurvedic weight loss advice corrects these unhealthy metabolic aspects.

Prioritize health to reach an optimal weight

Make your health a top priority as the first step in losing weight. What health-related goals do you have? What self-care practises do you employ? A consistent, sustainable weight loss comes naturally as a result of your emphasis on your health through dietary and lifestyle adjustments!

Cultivate new rituals for eating

You can honour the natural cycles by maintaining a daily and seasonal regimen. Refrain from snacking and maintain regular mealtimes. Eat in moderation. Eat your dinner in a peaceful setting. After supper, take a brief stroll.

Ayurvedic herbs for weight loss

Although there are many herbal remedies and specific herbs that are proven to impact weight, only a qualified practitioner should recommend them. Ayaskriti, Aswagandharistam, Musta, Triphala Guggulu, Varanadi Kashayam, Guluchyadi Kashayam, Hingavashtaka Churan, Vrikshamla, Haridra, Guduchi, Ginger, Chitraka, Guggulu, Musta, Guggulutikhthakam Kwath, Punarnavadi Kwath, and Trivrit Lehyam are without first seeing an Ayurvedic physician, avoid using any herbs as a poor selection could be harmful to your health. The best results from your customised herbal prescription are obtained in conjunction with dietary and lifestyle changes.

Specialized Ayurvedic therapies 

Deep, customised, all-encompassing therapeutic cleansing and regeneration are part of panchakarma treatment. It can address persistent, long-lasting issues like obesity and can be managed by an Ayurvedic specialist. Individual Ayurvedic bodywork therapies, such as Udwarthanam (therapeutic herbal powder massages), Mardanam (deep dry massage), Abhyanga (using oils like Eladi Thailam or Saindhavadi Thailam followed by a steam bath), Kashaya Vasti (therapeutic enema), Virechana (therapeutic purgation), or Swedana (herbal steam bath) are all very beneficial for addressing excess adipose.

Seek an Ayurvedic consultation for a personalized weight management plan 

An Ayurvedic consultation can help you identify your needs and choose a weight loss plan that’s perfect for you. Your physical make-up, structure, tendencies, and affinities are determined by your Ayurvedic constitution, also known as “Dosha type” or “Prakriti.” This constitution combines the three Doshas (energy principles made up of the five elements: ether, air, fire, water, and earth). The harmony of the mind-body doshas might break down. The consultation also covers the condition of your metabolism and digestion, or Agni. We frequently think that the secret to losing weight is to eat less calories and exercise more, but this ignores the importance of gut health. All-natural weight loss happens as your metabolism increases. Ayurvedic consultations can establish how to analyse and correct Agni, which is vital to the practise.

We hope the above advice motivates you to approach weight loss through a holistic and balanced lifestyle. You’ve already taken the first step by reading this article, which is prioritising your health.

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