The cold is here, follow our Ayurvedic advices to better face it!

November 18, 2021





According to Ayurveda, the transition from one season to another influences the physical and psycho-emotional state of each person. For this reason, it is recommended to adapt your nutrition and lifestyle to each season, especially for the cold fall and winter seasons. This will help your body cope better with the changes and strengthen your immune system.


As you have observed, when the cold arrives, your body and your psycho-emotional state speak to you through illnesses such as colds, sore throats and other symptoms such as lack of energy, fatigue, irritations etc.



Here are some tips to prepare your body for the cold seasons and strengthen your immune system:


  • Favor hot, cooked and spicy dishes
  • Drink herbal teas and infusions
  • Eat ripe, seasonal fruit
  • Treat yourself to a wellness break with a hot oil massage
  • Favor nature walks over physical activities requiring a lot of effort


Ayurvedic consultation at TMed


For personalized advice on your state of health, TMed's specialist in Ayurvedic medicine, Vaidya Sajin Philip, offers online video-conference consultations.


Ayurvedic consultation is a fascinating journey into a person's inner world, which allows:


  • determine your native constitution (the doshas)
  • assess the physical and psycho-emotional state
  • to reveal the root causes of health pathologies
  • develop a comprehensive disease healing and prevention program


Following the diagnosis, the specialist in Ayurvedic medicine of TMed, Vaidya Sajin Philip, prescribes the treatments adapted to your state of health and to the current season with: the taking of medicinal plants, the Ayurvedic massages, the definition of a plan of nutrition, advice to improve your lifestyle, especially for physical activities and breathing.

November 18, 2021

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