Are you struggling to keep good habits?
Are you waking up in the middle of the night?
Did you try everything and nothing works?
If you responded yes to any of these questions, I invite you to read my next words.
I believe that everything starts with your health. And when you feel that the Western/functional medicine is not helping you to get better, it's time to turn to alternatives medicines. There is one in particular that always piqued my curiosity called Ayurveda.
Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word meaning "science of life" (ayur means "life or longevity" and veda means "knowledge, wisdom, or science").
Ayurveda is known as a "living science" because it incorporates modern developments and techniques into a body of ancient wisdom. Due to this adaptability, Ayurveda has been useful for thousands of years.
I spoke with Dr Tamsin Astor, Chief Habit Scientist and author of the Force of Habit.
She is a fierce advocate of this holistic medicine which helped her get back her health during extremely challenging times for her family and her.
The origins of Ayurveda
What is a Dosha
How can you know what your Dosha is
The first steps to practice Ayurveda
The benefits of Ayurveda for your health and wellbeing
Tamsin and I would love to know: what was your biggest insight?
With love and joy,