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We all take a bath daily without thinking much about it. We take it for granted that all is well merely by performing the daily ritual called the Bath. No matter how we do it.

However, the simple act of taking a bath turns into a health science when we perform it properly.
Most of us simply pour water onto our head and the body. Then apply shampoo or soap to the hair on the head followed by rubbing the soap to other parts of the body. This is followed by again pouring the water on the head and other body parts to clean out the dirt along with the soap traces.
Finally, we wipe off the head and the body with a towel. Thus, the daily ritual of the bathing is over.

The type of the water used, the kind of the soap or the shampoo applied or the towel used may vary from individual to individual. But, the general bathing ritual given above remains almost the same everywhere in the world.
Scientifically speaking, most of us aren’t aware of the scientific bathing ritual that has been known to the Y…


As a well-trained yoga-practitioner, you must keep your stomach clean and empty while performing various Yogasanas (physical postures) and the Praannaayaamas (breathing exercises).It is a general knowledge that within 5-6 hours of the food having been eaten it is digested and the residual is deposited as the waste material or the excreta into the large intestines, colon or the rectum. This means that you must normally act to pass out the faeces after 5-6 hours of the food having been eaten.However, what is not generally known is that many a times the food eaten is acted on faster by the mechanical and chemical reactions of the digestive system.This leads to the formation of the waste material much earlier than the general time period of 5-6 hours. This may accelerate the pushing-forward of the waste products with the help of the involuntary muscle movement and the gas produced.Dr Swaamee Aprtemaanandaa Jee’s theory and explanation:The altered pattern of the digestive system indicated …