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Suppress and Suffer – 13 Natural Urges that Ayurveda refrains from Suppressing

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Are you in the habit of holding to natural urges, sometimes or often? This simple practice as it might seem, is harmful for your natural health and wellness. Only for the reason that you tend to overlook your bodily urges – be it thirst, or urge to sleep or even urge to cough; there are so many health maladies that tend to crop up. Ayurveda which is the holistic ancient wisdom focuses largely on preventive as well as curative aspect of being healthy, states that as and when you suppress your natural urges, this interfere with the balanced state of Vata dosha, or the air body humor.

Read about the 13 natural urges and the consequent implications on your health that may arise from suppressing them time and again.

Urge to Urinate: If you tend to hold on to this urge, you might initially be simply a receptor of occasional malaise and discomfort. But be cautious, because you are unknowingly nearing more threatening afflictions such as: recurrent urinary infections, pain in the lower abdomen and genitals, and stones of the urinary system.

Urge to defecate: In case you off-and-on-again ignore the call of the nature, then be ready to face the aftermath. Ailments like cramps in the calf muscles, chronic headaches, chronic colds, excessive wind formation, pain in abdomen, and even the emergency condition of heart block may crop up.

Urge to Expel Wind: This is another common self-restraint that has its own tale of health adversities. Some routine discomforts are: easy fatigue, urinary retention, pain in the abdomen, improper evacuation of body wastes, and chronic indigestion. Once you make it a habit, don’t be shocked if you face an abdominal tumour, vision defect, or even heart disease.

Urge to Sneeze: A simple sneeze once in a while won’t affect your personality. On the contrary, hold on the same and be accessible for maladies like: occasional headaches, stiffness of the neck, vertigo, and blurred vision. This small ignorance may in the long run rob you of the perfect sense of harmony or, more dangerously, it may one day take shape of disease like facial paralysis.

Urge to Belch: Ever gave a thought to controlling your burps so often? Better do it now. Let me caution you that in the long run, this seemingly harmless practice might be reason enough for tremors, gripping pain in the chest, anorexia, and excessive production of flatus.

Urge to Drink Water: Control your thirst often and be ready to face dilemmas like: vertigo, fainting, deafness, and heart disease. Besides, suppressing thirst causes increased dryness in your system and fatigue sets in.

Urge to Eat: I have repeatedly recommended the merits of fasting. Yet at the same time, it is always wise to be able to differentiate between false and true hunger pangs. Never try to starve your body by ignoring its demand for food. Controlling and suppressing natural hunger is believed to be harmful for health and fitness. This may cause maladies like: anorexia, emaciation, vertigo, giddiness, body aches, depression, and decline in the brainpower.

Urge to Sleep: Do you occasionally deprive yourself of a good night sleep? Yes, this is part of our lifestyle today. Blame it on overwork or nightlife. But let me tell you this is again one of the most deleterious practices that you are unknowingly inuring yourself with. Problems like: general malaise, lethargy, indecisiveness, heaviness and pain in the eyes and head, lack of enthusiasm, habitual insomnia, and digestive maladies might be just round the corner.

Urge to Cough: Holding on to a bout of cough may lead to further aggravation of the same. This is not all—make it a habit and be a ready host to many more respiratory afflictions like: asthma, tuberculosis, hiccups, loss of appetite, and even heart disease.

Urge to Yawn: Suppressing a yawn makes you vulnerable to for maladies like occasional headaches, stiffness of the neck muscles, giddiness, and blurred vision.

Urge to Breathe: By this particular urge, I mean the fast breath that follows a session of exercise or brisk walk. This is reason enough for sudden loss of senses, fainting, stomach distress, and heart disease.

Urge to Cry: We all control tears although they threaten to roll down. Yet we tend to brave out the situation hiding our emotional face. But we need not. Repeatedly holding on to tears may lead to health problems as grave as: torticollis, eye ailments, chronic headache, chronic nasal congestion, vertigo, and anorexia.

Urge to Vomit: A number of skin problems materialize on restraining the urge to vomit—erysipelas, urticaria, milder forms of leprosy, and blemishes, to name a few. Not only this, eye ailments, fever, cough, asthma, occasional nausea, swelling, and anemia also are apt to turn up.

Sonica Krishan

Dr Sonica Krishan is Author and Speaker in the areas of Healthy and Joyous Living through Ayurveda, Meditation, Yoga and other Contemplative practices. She is also Health Writer, Columnist, Editor, Ayurveda Consultant at Herboveda and Holistic Healing Coach. Dr Sonica is open for National as well as International Collaborations with interested people / institutions in fields of Ayurveda, Meditation and Yoga.

Sonica Krishan

Dr Sonica Krishan is Author and Speaker in the areas of Healthy and Joyous Living through Ayurveda, Meditation, Yoga and other Contemplative practices. She is also Health Writer, Columnist, Editor, Ayurveda Consultant at Herboveda and Holistic Healing Coach. Dr Sonica is open for National as well as International Collaborations with interested people / institutions in fields of Ayurveda, Meditation and Yoga.

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