This summer Stay Cool : Top Ayurvedic Hacks You Need to Try!

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Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine, provides a variety of natural ways for keeping the body cool and balanced throughout the hot summer months. To get the maximum outcomes from these Ayurvedic tricks, incorporate them into your daily routine gradually and regularly. Read on for a list of Ayurvedic techniques to stay cool this summer.



10 Ayurvedic tricks to help you stay cool this summer

1. Stay hydrated with cooling drinks.

Drink lots of water all day to remain hydrated and cool in hot summer. Choose cooling beverages such as coconut water, cucumber juice, or mint-infused water to replace electrolytes and regulate body temperature.

2. Eat chilled meals.

Consume foods with cooling characteristics, such as watermelon, cucumber, mint, and cilantro. These meals assist the body stay hydrated, ease digestion, and chill the system.

3. Avoid eating hot and heavy meals.

Consume as few hot, greasy, and heavy foods as possible because they can raise body temperature and cause digestive pain. Instead, choose light, easily digested meals with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables.

4. Use cool herbs and spices.

Include cooling herbs and spices like coriander, fennel, cardamom, and mint in your meals. These herbs relieve excess heat in the body and promote digestion, allowing you to stay cool from within.

5. Practice pranayama.

Sheetali and Sheetkari are two pranayama (breathing techniques) that might help you chill down and relax your thoughts. These breathing techniques entail inhaling via the lips or tongue, which cools the respiratory system and regulates body temperature.

6. Wear light, breathable materials.

For summer apparel, use lightweight, breathable materials such as cotton and linen. These textiles promote air circulation and reduce excessive perspiration, keeping you cool and comfortable.

7. Avoid direct sun exposure.

Limit your exposure to direct sunlight, particularly during the warmest hours of the day. Stay indoors or seek shade whenever possible, and protect yourself from damaging UV rays using hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen.

8. Take chilly showers.

Take chilly showers or baths to reduce body warmth and refresh your senses. Adding a few drops of cooling essential oils, such as peppermint or lavender, to your bathwater will increase the cooling impact and induce relaxation.

9. Practice abhyanga.

Before taking a shower, do Abhyanga, or self-massage using cooling oils such as coconut or sesame. Massage improves circulation, relaxes the nervous system, and cools the body, particularly when performed with soft, lengthy strokes.

10. Remain cool and avoid stress.

Stress and worry can increase heat-related symptoms and interfere with the body’s natural cooling systems. To keep your mind and body calm and balanced, engage in stress-relieving activities such as yoga, meditation, or spending time outside.


Pay attention to how your body reacts to certain practices and modify accordingly. Additionally, connect with an Ayurvedic practitioner for tailored advice and suggestions based on your particular constitution (dosha). By following these natural measures, you may preserve your health and well-being while staying cool during the summer.

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Disclaimer: This blog post is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as medical advice. Consult a qualified healthcare professional before starting any Ayurvedic treatment or making changes to your healthcare routine.

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