Trupti Gokani, MD on how to calm your brain by eating & sleeping at the right times
As a biz owner, you work your tail off. You spend HOURS and HOURS creating courses, working with clients, writing e-newsletters, updating your website, hosting podcasts, attending conferences…the list goes on and on and on.
It’s tiring to be an entrepreneur. Your brain gets overloaded. (At least mine does!)
For this week’s podcast episode, I wanted to invite one of my favorite experts to share tips about how to support your brain and body using an ancient form of healing called Ayurveda so you can use your body’s natural rhythms to give you more energy without extra effort.
If you don’t know, Ayurveda is a 5,000 year old scientific approach to health and wellness.
It’s a unique approach that takes a hard look at the root cause of our problems instead of prescribing a pill to chase away pain or discomfort.
I’ve invited Dr. Trupti Gokani, a board-certified neurologist who blends Western medicine and Eastern philosophy, to the podcast to share practical Ayurvedic tips on how to harmonize with your true nature so you can keep your body and brain healthy and energized to do the work you need to do.
An award-winning, board-certified neurologist, Trupti Gokani, MD has dedicated her life to developing a unique blend of modern medicine and ancient philosophy. By melding these approaches, she’s become a highly sought-after speaker and health coach sharing holistic wellness strategies with larger-than-life media personalities like Dr. Oz, global pharmaceutical giants like Teva, and individuals with a wide range of symptoms, from debilitating migraines to chronic fatigue.
Dr. Gokani is the author of the book, The Mysterious Mind, and creator of the Master Your Migraine Pain® coaching program in addition to her ongoing work at the Zira Mind & Body Clinic and private coaching programs.
In this episode Trupti and I discuss:
- The basic framework and elements of Ayurveda: air, space, fire, earth, water
- How connecting with your authentic state helps your brain function optimally and frees you from fight/flight/freeze responses
- Ayurvedic Principle 1: What time to go to bed to allow your body to cleanse itself
- Ayurvedic Principle 2: What time you should eat your biggest meal of the day
- Ayurvedic Principle 3: What time to wake up each day to increase your energy
- Tips for how to incorporate Ayurvedic principles in your daily schedule with ease
- Suggestions of supplements and teas to encourage your body to detoxify
- Why Dr. Gokani believes legal documents can help decrease your stress
Here’s to calming your brain with easy and holistic methods so you can have more energy to do your work without extra effort.