NON-PHARMACEUTICAL METHODS OF HEALTHY LIVING
Keywords:Non-Pharmaceutical Methods, Ayurveda, Activities of Daily Living
Reviewing upon the present scenario, where every day the mankind fights with a new disease, a new microbe or new climatic challenges, revisiting of the ancient texts is badly needed as per the author’s view. It is observed that pharmaceuticals are losing their efficiency in front of a strong and reluctant group of agents of diseases and discomforts. Hence, a problem-solving technique of applying non-pharmaceutical methods of healthy living in the recent population may prove to be a better alternative. With this, most of the diseases can be prevented. In this paper some of the methods extracted from great ancient medicine of India, i.e. Ayurveda have been discussed. It is concluded in the end that for healthy and happy life discipline and mindfulness about activities of daily living (ADL) and food, sleep and sexual desires are essential.
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