Role of Naturopathy and Yoga in Fighting COVID-19 – By Dr SR Jindal, Founder, Jindal Naturecure Institute, Bangalore
Despite a variety of preventive measures, such as social distancing, covering face with mask etc. adopted by the general public, the population across the world continues to suffer severely from the coronavirus pandemic. However, comorbidities, diet, fitness levels, sleep hygiene and lifestyle play a big role in shaping our immune response.
Naturopathy is a system of alternative medicine that follows a therapeutic order that is effective in modulating these factors, improving the body’s ability to heal itself. Naturopathic treatments are unique, provided one follows them religiously with faith and patience. These are simple like mud therapy, hydro-therapy, cleansing the system, nutrition, diet, exercises, consumption of herbs and spices. All these will help improve the immunity in our bodies. Let us look at some simple and effective preventive care measures as far as naturopathy is concerned.
If you exhibit symptoms of an infection and are home quarantined, then supportive care and dietary modifications will limit the severity of the infection. Let us take a look at some home remedies to manage symptoms of COVID-19 infection.
If you are new to yoga, make sure you practice these poses under the guidance of a trained and experienced yoga instructor making yoga a part and parcel of your daily activities will boost your immunity and make your body’s defences stronger against pathogens.
To conclude, drink plenty of warm water, herbal tea, lemon/fresh citrus juices, amla juice with honey. Consume spices and herbs in your daily food such as jeera, turmeric, ajwain, pepper, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, garlic, onion. Have a balanced and protein-rich diet – dal kichadi, boiled legumes and fibre-rich foods, millets, sprouts. Take plenty of fruits. Have zinc and selenium-rich foods like oats, spinach, beans, milk, cheese, nuts etc. Wear a mask, wash hands with soap thoroughly and use sanitiser.
Avoid – cold beverages, aerated drinks, coffee, refined sugar, confectionary/bakery products, sweets, ice cream, junk foods, oily foods, smoking, alcohol. Reduce salt intake. Don’t visit relatives, friends, don’t attend any functions or any type of gathering, don’t neglect your regular medication for problems like hypertension, diabetes, asthma etc.
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