Introduction – Ayurvedic Strategies
Lower back pain is a very common and pervasive health complaint. There are lots of solutions are available to treat this problem. But, Ayurveda is the best one to get rid of it.
If you want to know some Ayurvedic strategies then you are in the right place. We will here now discuss some of the effective strategies of Ayurveda Melbourne. So, let’s get started with it.
Eat warm foods:
Because of the principle that like increases like, consuming cold food and drinks causes an increase in VataDosha, which leads to pain. Coldness creates constriction and congestion in the body, while the appropriate amount of heat provides expansion and allows the stool-carrying channels in the body (called stoats) to stay open so that we can optimally eliminate our food. And healthy elimination equals less pain.
Oil your body:
Lower back pain has always intensified during stressful periods of time and time. Ayurveda teaches how stress, exertion, depletion, and tiredness all increase Vatadosha, and too much-accumulated buildup of Vatadosha leads to early aging, in addition to pain in various parts of the body, especially the lower back
Drink Bishop’s weed seed tea:
Bishop’s weed seeds can be found in virtually any Indian store and many health food stores. This Ayurvedic spice is highly beneficial for pain, as well as constipation, and can be safely taken by anyone not suffering from heat-related conditions.
Padahastasana (standing forward fold pose) is a great yoga pose for lower back pain in particular because it allows Vatadosha to flow optimally throughout the body, eliminating the constriction of the stool-carrying channels that causes both constipation and lower back pain.
Whenever Ayurveda clients suffer from lower back pain that is not due to muscular reasons, we recommend this pose as a way to help with elimination. I have personally noticed that when I have had difficulty eliminating and then have done so, my lower back pain has left my body at the same time as the stools have.
Practice alternate nostril breathing:
It is also called AnulomaViloma; this Pranayama (breathing exercise) is the most beneficial breathing practice for balancing Vatadosha. It greatly benefits lower back pain and other pain-related Vatadosha conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and more.
Reduce your intake of very pungent spices:
Consuming extremely pungent spices in your food, such as red and green chilies and wasabi, can have a very drying effect on the body. Because dryness is another one of the main qualities of Vatadosha, it gets increased with drying substances, and this can lead to constipation, as well as lower back pain due to stasis of the stools.
In this article, we try to discuss some of the best Ayurvedic strategies to treat back pain. If you are facing issues with your back then these strategies will be very useful for you.
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