Hinduism , by Tradition bars some of the mistakess mentioned below.
Most of us by habit or deliberation make some mistakes regularly.
These habits , though seem to be trivial have a serious impact on your Health.
Skipping Breakfast.The body needs energy in the morning.
The Brain also relaxes in the night.
All parts of the body need rejuvenation to prepare you for the day.
(After Morning Prayer and offering to the Lord Food should be taken’
Early morning Pooja does not extend beyond 8 am.-Hinduism)
The Digestive System keeps secreting acid to digest.
If you do not take food in time the acid secreted shall eat away the lining of the stomach and you may end up with Ulcer, at the least gastritis,Indigestion.
Never Skip Breakfast,.
Never delay it beyond it 830 am.
Remember to have a heavy Breakfast.
( Heavy Breakfast is recommended after offering to The Lord, which normally has variety-Hinduism)
Eating often loads the stomach with more work .
The Heart has to supply more blood to help in Digestion, at the cost of the other organs when you are engaged in other activities.
In addition eating often adds weight.
( in Hindu Homes these are the following eating Pattern-Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner OR Lunch,Curd Rice in the after noon and light food , either Curd Rice or Idli.Dosa)
Do not heavily in the night.
The system needs rest.
A light meal helps the system relax.
Change your toothbrush.
How often do you change your toothbrush?
Most of us wait until most of the bristles have either fallen off, or are in such bad shape that we”d be embarrassed to pull out our brush in public.
Damaged bristles can harm the enamel, and don”t massage your gums well.
Crossing our legs.
Do you cross your legs at your knees when sitting?
Although we may believe that this is the lady-like elegant way to sit, sitting this way cuts down circulation to your legs.
The best way to sit is to simply place both legs together on the floor, balancing your weight equally.
If you feel like changing position, instead of crossing your legs, simply move both legs together to one side.
As an alternative, you could also consider crossing your legs loosely at the ankles.
This is a classically elegant way to sit, and is far better for your legs and your health than sitting with your legs crossed at your knees.
( This is regarded- crossing legs – as a sign of disrespect )
High heels sure look great, but they’re murder for your back.
This however doesn’t mean you should steer clear of stilettos.
Wear them, but not when you know you will be walking around a lot.
Wear them when going out for lunch or dinner – when the only walking you will be doing is to your car, to the table, and back.
Avoid high heels when you are going somewhere on foot.
If you are constantly tempted to wear your heels, take a good look at your flats.
Is there something about them you dislike? Invest in a new pair of beautiful flats or shoes with a low heel.
Buy something you love, that you will enjoy wearing. If possible, get a matching bag.
You will then enjoy your flats as much as you do your heels.