NEVER GO TO SLEEP ON YOUR RIGHT SIDE AFTER EATING. THIS IS WHY!
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NEVER GO TO SLEEP ON YOUR RIGHT SIDE AFTER EATING

April 8, 2019

According to Ayurveda, the health and integrity of the digestive system are the main points of your health. Did you know that 74% of Americans are facing with some kind of digestive stress? With optimal digestion, healthy immune system, balanced mood, stable energy, stable blood sugar, and strong vitality this is a very upsetting statistic. Before taking any extraordinary measures thing about 3 simple habits that will help with the perfect digestion of the food. Today, there is strong evidence that suggests that these 3 things can speed up the digestive strength and lower the sugar in the blood.

3 bad habits among people with digestion problems

Eating to hide being upset or angry

We all love eating in front of the TV or in bed, while driving or when we just take a couple of bites… however, this is wrong and you don’t let the organism function properly. It is better not to eat than to eat while you are angry and upset. When you eat in those moments the body sets it task to addressing stress.  The body activates the muscles for physical activity and inhibits the proper digestion of food. When you take some time to relax during the meal, the digestive nervous system turns on. This increases the para-sympathy activity and while the body relaxes and enjoys the meals, it encourages digestion, while turning off the stress

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Resting on the right side after eating

Everyone wants to rest after a meal – the pressure drops and we feel fatigued. The best way is to lay on the left side, which lets the stomach cradle the food, therefore making you feel more relaxed. If you lay on your right side gravity will force the food to go out of the stomach before time, enabling non-digested foot to enter the small intestine.

Being physical inactive after every meal

15 minute walk after breakfast, lunch, or dinner lowers the levels of sugar in the blood. If you can’t take a walk right after the meal, then take longer 45 minute walk in the evening or a couple of hours after eating. These walks help the muscles use the extra sugar in the blood before it makes any kind of damage.


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