Ayurvedic Singapore on the Importance of Knowing the Intervals for Cleansing

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Periodic purification of your body is of utmost importance to flush out all the accumulated toxins and maintain robust health. Your search for a resolution ends in Ayurveda, says the expert from Ayurvedic Singapore. Explaining the principles laid out in the Ayurveda, the expert at Ayurveda Singapore says, “There are three doshas such as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, formed from the combinations of five elements like Vaayu (air), Prithvi (earth), Jala (water), Teja (fire), and Aakasha (sky).” Only if there is a proper balance between the three doshas can one maintain our body’s overall wellbeing. Therefore, cleansing the body is of utmost importance to flush out all the toxins from your body and thus restore your balance, says the expert at Ayurvedic Singapore.


The expert at Ayurvedic Singapore says Ayurvedic cleansing or flushing toxins is holistic as it involves all three aspects: body, mind, and soul. Furthermore, Ayurvedic cleansing relieves the burden on our overworked systems and nourishes them by allowing them to recuperate. In addition, cleansing helps restore mental calmness and eventually harmonize both your body and mind. You need to boost the immune system to make your body strong to fight infections. Ayurvedic cleansing is, therefore, essential to rejuvenate and energize the cells in your body.

Cleansing Techniques

According to the expert at Ayurveda Singapore, different body cleansing techniques are followed and practiced in Ayurveda, including panchakarma therapy, udwartham, sirodhara, abyangam, chavutti thirumal, snehapanam, and ksheera dhoomam.

The expert says, “We at Ayurveda Singapore undertake Ayurvedic detox treatments, mainly incorporating the panchakarma therapy, which involves five processes, by which the toxins from your body are flushed effectively.” In the Kapha season (towards the end of winter and the beginning of spring), your body becomes weak due to the accumulation of toxins triggered by damp and cold winter. Your activity levels go down, gastronomic urge for creamier, richer foods, more particularly, animal proteins and dairy, excessive holidaying, indulging in hogging food and beverage, and the resultant disruption of sleep impacting the rhythm of your body.

Excessive Weight

The expert at Ayurveda Singapore says that due to the accumulation of toxins in your body, your metabolism will slow down and result in weight gain. Your body will start expanding its fat cells to absorb the toxins, eventually preventing them from reaching the vital organs. When your body cannot remove the fat cells, even if you follow a proper diet regime, it is not easy to reduce body weight. Also, you will feel exhausted, especially when you wake up in the morning, and by evening you feel that you have almost drained out due to fatigue and tiredness. Besides that, when many toxins build up in your body, it can result in fever and inflammation, thanks to the excess heat generated by your body. This will subsequently result in body aches, which is a fair indication that you need to go in for Ayurvedic cleansing, says the expert at Ayurvedic Singapore. As per the expert at Ayurvedic Singapore, other symptoms include feeling emotionally low, lack of sleep, skin issues, bloating of your stomach, coating around the tongue, dry cough, sneezing, thinning of hair, dull hair, and extreme tiredness after a meal. So, it is time for you to detox your body and do panchakarma therapy, restore and rejuvenate your health like never before.


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