Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. This saying is very much true. We should always go to bed at reasonable time. Keeping awake late night is very harmful for our healthy body and mind. First of all daily get up early in the morning, drink at least 2to 3 glasses of water do little jogging or free hand exercises which would induce easy bowel movement. Check your solar plexus and correct it as shown in the method shown if it is not in the correct position.
If the solar plexus is not in order we may feel various problems such as constipation, diarrhea, loose motions, gastric symptoms, piles, fissures, fistula, ulcers, acidity, headaches, stomachache, sinusitis, tonsillitis, chronic cold and cough, allergies and even more serious problems. There is no diagnostic technique in modern medicine science to find out whether the solar plexus is in order or not and nor there is any cure for it, though the patient may be suffering from these diseases since years. As such, we have to check and correct it in the traditional way which is shown in the book “Health in your hands” by Dr. Devendra Vora, which is available with different book, stalls everywhere, in several languages.
All should go for morning walk while taking deep breaths so that maximum amount of oxygen is inhaled which prevents and cures several diseases. If one cannot go far a walk for any reason, Yoga Guru Swami Ramdevji has been teaching several easy yogic postures and pranayams which one can practice at their own home and get the benefits.
Brush the teeth and clean the tongue daily in the morning and before going to bed, so that we can prevent several teeth and throat related problems. Blow through both the nostrils with mild pressure alternatively at least 2 to 3 times daily, this helps in clearing the respiratory channel which is very necessary for our good health. We should always try to breathe through our nose; breathing through the mouth is not good for our health.
We all have heard since our childhood the famous saying “Health is Wealth”. When we really think seriously, we have to admit that, our health is really the invaluable wealth. When we are in good health, we are wealthy in all respects, we can work, we can earn and enjoy everything around us but, once we get ill, neither we are able to earn nor we are able to enjoy anything in our life. Instead of getting wealthy we spend our hard earned money and also the precious time. Once we get any disease, our whole routine is disturbed we cannot lead our life in a smooth way. We get trapped in the vicious cycle of the disease and treatment. Along with, the sick person the whole of the family becomes sick mentally and later on it starts disturbing the life of our family in all respect. We lose much of our time, money, mental peace etc.
There is no cure for death but the aim of each and every system of medicine is to lessen and remove the suffering of the people so that everyone can enjoy good health till their last breath. All the systems of medicine are engaged in helping the suffering persons with the different means they have. All the systems have a common goal; they all should work together as complimentary to each other.