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Daily Routine

The body's biological clock is regulated by the doshas. In order to keep the tridoshas in a state of healthy equlibrium and digestion & metabolism (agni) in proper order, Ayurveda prescribes for each individual a specific daily routine ("dina"=day & "acharya" = behaviour).

The time of maximum activity of kapha is during early morning and every evening. The pitta period is during midday and midnight, while vata hours are dawn and dusk. Thus a pitta-type disease, like ulcers, may cause the most discomfort late at night.

Waking up
Since our biological clocks are attuned to the rising and setting of the sun, it is obviously better to awake at sunrise in perfect synchronisation to the natural clock. An ideal time to let the body cells soak in the strength of a tempered sun to be charged for the day.

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The last portion of the night being ruled by vata – involved in the process of elimination – dawn is the best time to eliminate the body's physical waste.

Proper elimination also helping remove the kapha that naturally accumulates overnight. Defecation once or twice daily is the best, preferably not immediately after a meal. But urination then is wise.

Thorough washing of the limbs, face, mouth, eyes & nose purifies the sense organs. Best done with a bath in clean water, it should accompany brushing of the teeth (should be repeated after every meal),
occasional gargling of salt water with a pinch of turmeric to keep gums, mouth & throat healthy, proper cleaning of the nose and the ears and washing the eyes with warm water held in mouth for moments. Keep your hair trimmed, nails filed and wear clean clothes. Feel free to use mild perfumes in moderation and feel good.