Advised to follow

  1. Plan the diet according to the digestive capacity of an individual
  2. Use appropriate protective clothing or measures to avoid the exposure to dust, fumes etc
  3. Deep breathing for 15 to 20minutes for day, especially pranayama (Yogic Breathing) will be highly beneficial.
  4. Early and light dinner (warm) will highly advisable.
  5. Avoid the sudden change of weathers, do not expose to hot weather immediately after staying in an Air-conditioned room etc
  6. Use warm protective clothing in winter.
  7. Take warm and freshly cooked food


  1. Over eating without knowing the digestive capacity
  2. Taking dairy or milk at bed time
  3. Guru (Heavy Food) at dinner time
  4. Consuming regular fried, chilli, too cold and sour preparations
  5. Fasting for longer periods
  6. Exposure to heat, dust and fumes for longer periods
  7. Guru (Heavy) and abhishyandhi ( Kapha inducing ) food substances, example Yoghurt etc
  8. Constant contact with the animal hair, dust mites, and smoke
  9. Avoid excess eating of bread, pizza, cheese, ghee, milk and other phlegm inducing food items.

For further information and treatment for Asthama ( Tamaka Swasa), please contact your health practitioner or qualified Ayurveda physicians at Jeeva Health Pty ltd on 03 99399474

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