Discovering Ayurveda's Secrets to Drinking Water 

Elixir of Life : Water

Elderly individuals experience conditions such as arthritis, dry skin, as well as kidney and heart problems. In the majority of instances, most doctors advise ensuring sufficient water consumption.

Let's Understand The Perspective of the Vedas on Water Consumption

Avoid Cold Water

The consumption of chilled water has become quite prevalent these days, particularly during the summer season. According to Ayurveda, it's advised to steer clear of ice-cold beverages and instead encourages the intake of water at either room temperature or slightly warm

Drink When Thirsty

According to Ayurveda, it is recommended to consume water solely in response to your thirst cues. While water plays a vital role in maintaining bodily functions, excessive intake could potentially harm the kidneys

Identify Thirst Indications

 As your body's water level drops, it sends you signals. Lips that are chapped and dry would be the first sign.In addition, you will notice that your urine has changed color

Consume water as the first thing in the morning 

Ayurveda advised to drink water as the first thing in the morning, a practice known as Ushapan. This helps  in the elimination of toxins that have built up in the body overnight

Always Sit Down and Drink Water

 Ayurveda recommends you to drink water in  sitting down position. Drinking water in standing can affect balance of fluids in your body and As a result, fluid can accumulate in the joints and arthritis can develop

Always Sip Water Slowly

Taking smaller sips and breathing between them is recommended by Ayurveda.

Store Water in Copper Vessels

In Ayurveda, copper is thought to balance the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) and contribute to overall holistic health. Using copper vessels for drinking water offers advantages such as antibacterial properties, improved digestion, boosted immunity, and balanced pH levels