Vata

Ayurvedic Tips For Good Sleep: Follow Your Body Type

Vatas should wake by 6 am, breakfast by 8 am, lunch b/w 11 am –12 pm, supper by 6 pm, sleep at 10 pm on your back. Pittas wake up by 5.30 am, breakfast at 7.30 am, lunch at 12 pm, supper by 7 pm, sleep by 11 pm on your right. Kaphas should wake up by 4.30 am, breakfast by 7 am, lunch by 1 pm, supper by 8 pm, sleep by 12 pm on your left.

Ways To Rejuvenate From Constant Adrenal Fatigue

Depleted kapha, poor immunity, low sex drive, sleep problems, mood swings, digestive issues, depression, changes in the menstrual cycle are signs that the adrenal glands are unable to cope up with stress. Practice Yoga, Nadi Shodhana, and Yoga Nidra, calm vata and rely on herbs like Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Shilajit and Triphala for a stronger, healthier gut.

Ayurveda: Juicing According To Your Body Type/Doshas

Juice cleanses are not recommended for Vata types because they tend to have a weak digestive system and raw juices will make them bloat and cause tiredness. Juice fasting with cooling and blood purifying vegetables is a good option for Pitta types. Kapha types can go on a juice diet for 2- 5 days, and they will immediately feel the positive effects on their body.

Understanding Ayurveda Sub Doshas

The natural defense mechanism of the body works best when the doshas are in right balance. Particular type of Dosha alone or in combination can be dominant in every individual right from one’s birth and also one’s way of living has effect on the dosha balance influenced by the lifestyle factors which involves diet, physical work, stress etc. However, there are several sub-division of the three parent Doshas viz. Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

Yoga for Different Body Types or Doshas

Ayurveda has described three main body types or Doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Those with vata dosha must practice sun salutations, forward bends, half spinal twists and more, yoga asanas for pitta dosha type are cobra position, tortoise pose and moon salutations and kapha body type: headstands, locust, half-moon positions and bow positions.

The Do’s And Don'ts Guide For Your Dosha Type

Ayurveda & The Doshas Ayurveda recognizes that we are all unique.  That said, it provides some standard frameworks that can guide us towards living happier and more balanced lives.  The primary framework is that of the doshas.  There are three doshas in Ayurveda called Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.  We are[.....]