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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2005 2:15 pm    Post subject: Live Healthy !!!Lets try to follow this,Its easy to follows
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There are 12 important organs in our body, which will be at its peak for two hours a day. Normal health or disease of any person is depends on this factor. To lead a healthy life one should learn one's own body functioning language.

Time Organs Remarks
Early Morning

3-5 AM LUNGS It is good to wake up at this hour. The ozone content in atmosphere will be more at this time, which will give a new lease of energy if we practice breathing exercise, yogasanas and mediation. Asthma patient cannot sleep in this time and will suffer breathlessness.

5-7 AM LARGE INTESTINE If a person gets up in this time will not have constipation problem. If bowel's movement, taking bath in cold water is finished during this time, then he will not have any nervous debility.
7-9 AM STOMACH Breakfast should be completed in this time.
9-11 AM SPLEEN One shall not eat or drink anything during this time. Not even a drop of water. If food is taken in this time it will increase body temperature, tiredness will increase and digestion power will come down. Particularly diabetic patient will suffer from palpitation, drowsiness etc.

11-1 PM HEART Only water can be taken at this time. One shall neither do any hard work nor sleep at this time. Otherwise carbon-di-oxide will get mixed more with oxygen and chance of getting heart attack or paralytic or body pain. Generally doctors will be on double alert in hospitals during this time because heart and diabetic patients may get heart attack only in this time compared to other hours.
Mid Day

1-3 PM SMALL INTESTINE After finishing lunch in this time 5 minutes of rest can be taken just by closing eyes. Sleep shall be avoided.
Afternoon 3-5 PM URINARY BLADDER It is the right time for coffee, tea or juice etc.

5-7 PM KIDNEY This is the time to relax from routine work otherwise renal failure or urinary infection may trouble.

7-9 PM HEART WALL Supper should have been finished during this hour. Otherwise palpitaion or chest pain may arise.
Late Night 9-11 PM TEMPERATURE

WARMER This is the time to recharge the organs that worked since morning. So one shall go down to sleep and avoid reading books, watching TV or working with office files.
Mid Night 11-1 PM GALL BLADDER One must sleep during this time otherwise one will not have any energy for next day work.
Too early morning

1-3 AM LIVER This is the time for deep sleep. Otherwise it will affect eye-sight and body irritation.
Living in accordance with the above listed clock of organs enhanced with yogasanas will illuminate colour or health. This has been prescribed in Yogasastra.
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