Ayurveda recognizes each body as a unique body and states that there are three forms of forces, namely Vata Dosha, Pitta Dosha and Kapha Dosha that control various biological functions.
Identifying the Ayurvedic Body Type is a basic fundamental principle for the ayurvedic treatment. For example, the treatment approach for a Vata Body Type will be different from that required for a Pitta Body Type. Thus, the concept of Ayurvedic Body Type needs be respected and taken into account before initializing any treatment.
A being with additional Pitta in their body has a warmer, hotter, more lively individuality. They have heaps of vitality, high motivations, sharp intelligences and respectable management potentials.
Though, if there is balance and their inborn ‘fire’ develops extremely elevated and they could rapidly become irritated, strained and aggravated. They usually consume a durable gastrointestinal fire and immune system but during imbalance they could develop outbreaks, sores, acid guts and heart troubles.
Therefore, if a largely Vata body-type person develop extremely cold or open to loud, hectic surroundings, person will develop imbalance. If he instantly commences the contrasting qualities of warmness or quietness he will shortly bring back balance situation.
Likewise a Pitta individual, who consumes a majority of hotness, the opposite quality of coolness will produce balance.
A Kapha individual, who has supremacy of mass, will be stable by the opposite characteristic of lightness.
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Ayurveda stads for extensive and elaborate clinical examination to understand thenature of the disease