Sunday, October 25, 2015

Practise ayurveda and keep calm

 A healthy mind and body is possible through ayurvedic practices like 'panchakarma' and "pancha jnyanendriya", said N V Krishnamurthy, director, Abhigna International Academy of Ayurveda and Yoga, at Mysuru.

He was addressing paramedical students at a seminar on "Management of Dementia - Challenges to Patient's Caregivers", organized by Sarada Vilas College of Pharmacy. "Pancha jnyanendriya carries message to the brain. If sense and motor organs are healthy, then many problems can be avoided. Halthy activities, consuming good food and sufficient sleep keeps the brain and sex life healthy. But not many people follow a healthy lifestyle," he said.

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