Monsoon And Ayurveda


Monsoon is a welcome sight for many as it brings lush greenery and the opportunity to cosy up with a great book. The Monsoon brings with it long-awaited downpours and a pleasant breeze that soothes and rejuvenates the mind, body, and soul. But, the monsoon is also known for causing more than a fair share of health issues. Monsoon is a time when body’s immunity drops. During this season, aggravation of Vata dosha is considered as the root-cause of various diseases and conditions. The food, lifestyle and care should help in balancing the vitiated Vata Dosha. The good news, however, is that staying healthy during these months can be as simple as taking the right precautionary measures at the right time and Team Hans Herbals is here for you with all these details:

Vata Dosha in Monsoon:

Ayurveda recommends certain Lifestyle and Diet modification in Monsoon which deeply controls Vata Dosha as the same is believed to be exaggerated during this Season. Vata dosha is responsible for bodily senses, creative thinking, reasoning, and movement of thought. In Body it controls functions of Movement, Peristalsis, Digestion, Breathing and Keep all functions in balanced state.

How Vata Dosha affects in Monsoon??

During monsoon, vata is at a provoked stage, pitta toxins have started accumulating while kapha is at a moderate level. This imbalanced state is what affects your immunity levels. With aggravated stage, it manifests itself as Joint Pain, Dryness, Indigestion.c.

How to keep Vata Dosha in Balance?

Ayurveda suggests that Monsoon is the best time to undergo rejuvenation therapies, reparative natural treatments, and detoxification therapies. Hans Herbals provides with a wide range of Products that don’t only keeps check of Dosha but also protects from other health conditions.


Monsoon, also known as the season of the flu, is regarded as the most fertile breeding season for harmful microorganisms. Most of the monsoon illnesses share fever as the common symptom. ( Dengue Fever, Malaria Fever, Chikungunya Fever).

A fever is a temporary rise in body temperature. It’s one part of an overall response from the body’s immune system. A fever is usually caused by an infection.


Sweating, Chills and shivering , Headache ,Muscle aches ,Loss of appetite ,Irritability ,Dehydration ,General weakness.

Prevention:– Follow public health guidelines , Wash your hands often ,Try to avoid touching your nose, mouth or eyes ,Cover your mouth when you cough and your nose when you sneeze ,Carry hand sanitizer with you.

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Appetite Problem and Constipation:

Vata and Pitta Doshas are affected in Monsoon. The imbalances Pitta Dosha in form of digestive fire affects our digestive system, which results in sluggishness and loss of appetite.

Your agni (digestive fire) is weaker in the rainy season, resulting in lower digestive and metabolic strength, which suppresses your body’s ability to fight diseases. This leads to indigestion issues, bloating, acidity, lethargy or weakness. Metabolism and digestion slow down and Appetite reduces. As you can see, strong immunity correlates to the strength of a healthy digestive fire.

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Skin Problems:

The rainy season brings relief from scorching heat, but it also brings with it a host of skin problems. The humid weather and mild temperatures make it an ideal environment for bacteria and fungi to thrive causing itchiness, redness and other skin issues. Also, excessive perspiration during monsoons irritates the skin leading to rapid fungi growth which results in skin allergies.

Infections: The commonest of infections during monsoon are facial folliculitis (an inflammation of the hair follicles), acne and ringworm. The cause of such infections is mostly bacterial or fungal. People are more susceptible to infections during this season due to excessive sweating, dehydration, photo-toxic effects of the sun and, of course, humidity.

Pigmentation/patchy uneven skin: Hyperpigmentation is characterized by a darkening of an area of skin caused by the overproduction of a pigment in the skin known as melanin.

Facial Folliculitis: Facial Folliculitis or the inflammation of hair follicles leads to hair breakage taking place during the rains. Mainly caused by fungal and bacterial infection – primarily due to excessive humidity, sweating, dehydration.

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