In our daily routine life we take many things very lightly, though in our thinking those are very normal , yet we don’t know that those minute things may be very blunder for our life as well as our health. Taking interest in gossiping we don’t care about urinating, hunger or thirst etc. If it is done usually then it may create a lot of serious problems.
According to Ayurveda there are two kinds of Urges:
- Physical Urges which are known as Non- Suppressible Urges and
- Mental Urges which are known as Suppressible Urges.
We are going to discuss about Physical Urges. These urges must not be hold since they can create very critical situation for us. As we feel about them we must clear them as soon as possible. The greatest scientist of Ayurveda writes in his text Charak Samhita in the vimana sthana chapter seventh. One who holds them at their coming time must have to be suffered by a lot of problems. So, every person who wants a healthy life, he must free from those as soon as possible.
Types of Non-Suppressible Urges :
They are thirteen in number.
- Breathing produced after physical labour.
Possible problems which may vex by holding them – On the holding of urine : Pain in Urinary bladder and penis, dysuria , headache, bending of the body due to pain and swelling and pain in the lower part of the body.
Suppression of Stool :
- Pain in duodenum, headache, obstruction of fart and stool, cramps in shanks and flatulence.
- Semen : Swelling,pain and heaviness in testicles, vas deferens seminal vesicle and prostate gland.
- Fart : Obstruction of fart, urine and stool, flatulence, tiredness without any work, colic, headache and neurological problems.
- Vomiting : First of all this urge is too fast to hold yet on the holding of this there may be itching, red circles all over the skin, swelling, anorexia, anaemia, fever, nausea, skin problems and erysipelas.
- Sneezing : Neck pain, headache, facial paralysis, hemicrania and weakness of sensible organs.
- Belching : Hiccup, dyspnoea, anorexia, trembling , heaviness in chest.
- Yawning : Convulsions, numbness, trembling in limbs and contraction of organs.
- Hunger : From day to night all we work for our livelihood and without food we can’t survive and if we have no time to take food , it is very strange. Having left hundreds of affairs aside first of all we must take food. If we suppress the urge of hunger we will have to face weakness, lean , changing in body complexion, giddiness, anorexia and body ache.
- Thirst : Dryness of mouth, tiredness, depression, deafness and heart pain.
- Tears : Common cold, ophthalmic problems, anorexia, giddiness and cardiac problems.
- Sleeping : Yawning, body ache, dozing, headache and burning sensation in eyes.
- Breathing after physical labour : Fainting and chest pain.