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NATURAL URGES AND THE RESULTS OF SUPPRESSING THEM

Ayurvedic Wisdom: Understanding the Consequences of Suppressing Natural Urges for Holistic Well-being

1. Sleeping: when suppressed leads to insomnia, fatigue, headache, and deranged vital force.

2. Crying: when suppressed leads to eye disease, allergies, light-headedness, and heart disease.

3. Sneezing: when suppressed leads to headache, facial nerve pain, numbness, lung disorders, and respiratory allergies.

4. Breathing: when suppressed leads to coughing, asthma, shallow breath, low vitality, and heart disease.

5. Belching: when suppressed leads to cough, hiccups, anorexia, difficulty breathing, and palpitations.

6. Yawning: when suppressed leads to tremors, numbness, convulsions, insomnia, harmed nervous system.

7. Vomitting: when suppressed leads to nausea, anorexia, edema, anemia, fever, and skin diseases.

8. Eating: when suppressed leads to low appetite and digestion, malabsorption, light-headedness, deranged body and mind.

9. Drinking: when suppressed leads to dryness, deafness, fatigue, heart pain, bladder pain, lower backache, and headache.

10. Urinating: when suppressed leads to malfunction in the kidney and urinary system, difficult or painful urination, bladder pain, lower backache, and headache.

11. Ejaculating: when suppressed leads to weakened reproductive and urinary systems, penis and testes pain, swollen prostate, difficulty urination, cardiac pain, insomnia, and malaise.

12. Defecating: when suppressed leads to a weakened colon, excretory and digestive difficulty, abdominal weakness, abdominal distention, headaches, and muscle cramps.

13. Flatulating: when suppressed leads to constipation, difficulty urination, abdominal pain, distention, and arthritis.

Ayurveda advises people to follow nature’s call, living naturally and gently, without straining or forcing.