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Vata Dosha Treatment

Balancing Vata Dosha : Diet and Lifestyle Changes

Vata in sanskrti means “wind”. As the name suggests vata dosha is about controlling the flow or the movement in the body. Vata is the most important dosha as it controls other two dosha. Any imbalance in vata dosha can cause imbalance to the other two doshas and lead to a condition called tridosha imbalance, which is very difficult to overcome. Vata dosha is responsible for spiritual as well as physiological functions in the body. This means movement of thoughts, energy, blood and other fluids in the body is controlled by vata dosha.

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How to know if your body type is vata dosha predominant?

To find if your body type is vata dosha predominant you need to undergo a proper prakriti analysis and answer all the questions given to you. Our doctors will screen your lifestyle and help you to find if you have vata dosha imbalance. People who have vata dosha tend to show some peculiar symptoms, personality and also are at higher risk of developing some specific diseases.

What are the symptoms of increased vata dosha?

People who have vata dosha tend to show following symptoms,

  • Anxiety and fear
  • Tremors
  • Muscle spasms
  • Constipation, gas, bloating, hard stools
  • Difficulty tolerating loud noises
  • Sleep problems
  • Craving for salty and spicy foods
  • Dry skin

What health conditions are caused due to vata imbalance?

Chronic vata imbalance can cause,

  • Weight loss
  • Joint pains
  • Muscle pain and cramps
  • Stiffness in joints
  • Headache
  • Skin disorder
  • Gastric problems like constipation
  • Mental illnesses like anxiety and phobias

What Diet changes correct vata imbalance?

If your prakriti analysis reveals that you have excess vata dosha in the body you need to make follow changes in your dietary habits,

  • Eat 4 to 5 small meals in a day
  • Make sure to have freshly cooked food that is warm in temperature
  • Avoid foods that are too hot or cold
  • Eat mildly spicy foods
  • Eat a generous amounts of healthy fats including ghee
  • Eat your meal slowly and in a peaceful environment

What lifestyle changes should people with vata dosha follow?

  • Make sure to take your meals at the same time each day
  • Got to bed by 9 or 10 pm each day
  • Keep your sleep routine consistent
  • Practice a good hygiene habits
  • Be physically active
  • Practice mind relaxing yoga or meditation
  • Include Ayurvedic body massage (abhyanga) in your daily routine

How to know if your body type is vata dosha predominant?

To find if your body type is vata dosha predominant you need to undergo a proper prakriti analysis and answer all the questions given to you. Our doctors will screen your lifestyle and help you to find if you have vata dosha imbalance. People who have vata dosha tend to show some peculiar symptoms, personality and also are at higher risk of developing some specific diseases.

What are the symptoms of increased vata dosha?

People who have vata dosha tend to show following symptoms,

  • Anxiety and fear
  • Tremors
  • Muscle spasms
  • Constipation, gas, bloating, hard stools
  • Difficulty tolerating loud noises
  • Sleep problems
  • Craving for salty and spicy foods
  • Dry skin

What health conditions are caused due to vata imbalance?

Chronic vata imbalance can cause,

  • Weight loss
  • Joint pains
  • Muscle pain and cramps
  • Stiffness in joints
  • Headache
  • Skin disorder
  • Gastric problems like constipation
  • Mental illnesses like anxiety and phobias

What Diet changes correct vata imbalance?

If your prakriti analysis reveals that you have excess vata dosha in the body you need to make follow changes in your dietary habits,

  • Eat 4 to 5 small meals in a day
  • Make sure to have freshly cooked food that is warm in temperature
  • Avoid foods that are too hot or cold
  • Eat mildly spicy foods
  • Eat a generous amounts of healthy fats including ghee
  • Eat your meal slowly and in a peaceful environment

What lifestyle changes should people with vata dosha follow?

  • Make sure to take your meals at the same time each day
  • Got to bed by 9 or 10 pm each day
  • Keep your sleep routine consistent
  • Practice a good hygiene habits
  • Be physically active
  • Practice mind relaxing yoga or meditation
  • Include Ayurvedic body massage (abhyanga) in your daily routine

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