8 AYURVEDIC STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVING THE HOLIDAY SEASON + HEALTHY HOLIDAY FOOD SWAPS

8 AYURVEDIC STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVING THE HOLIDAY SEASON + HEALTHY HOLIDAY FOOD SWAPS

Yay! Its time for festivities, We are celebrating American Thanksgiving this week. For someone like me who loves celebrations, the festivities don't seem to stop until the end of the year. 

 Winter Holidays are the most anticipated and also the most regretted time of the year. Most people rejoice at the thought of celebrating with family and friends, on the other hand, they regret at the very thought of indulging too much, as it is very common to gain a few pounds especially fat during this time of the year. 

Since the prevention is so much better than cure, preventing yourself from indulging in unhealthy foods is so much better than stressing over shedding those extra pounds gained. And to aid all the smart women and men too who plan to be at the top of their game I have designed this simple Holiday Survival Guide. 

Following these simple strategies prevent you fron gaining any excess fat and at the same time let yourejoice in the holiday spirit and share the love with their family, stress free. 

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HOW TO RELEASE ANXIETY WITH ONE SIMPLE TECHNIQUE!

HOW TO RELEASE ANXIETY WITH ONE SIMPLE TECHNIQUE!

The various cycles in nature are mirrored in our lives and each season has its significance. Juts as spring represents 'new birth'; fall represents 'the time to let go.'


In Ayurveda, Fall is the time of natural dominance of Vata dosha, in the environment and in our bodies. Vata is characterized by qualities like cool, dry, rough, irregular and uneven. It is the time of the year where increased Vata in our body often leads to symptoms like being cold all the time, dry, rough skin, increased aches and pains especially in joints and anxiety.


Anxiety is the most common sign of aggravated Vata dosha in our body. Anxiety is a state of total overwhelm where we try to manage a million things thrown at us, often dealing with one thing after the other without taking a pause. Anxiety is created by the constant movement of Vata manifesting as multitude of thoughts one after the other and the one way to control this Vata created anxiety is to control the movement of Vata by taking a pause and a deep breath!

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