Ayurvedic Assessment and Diagnosis
What an Ayurvedic Assessment & Diagnosis Involves
Diet, lifestyle, medical history, and the body, nerve, and mental functions linked to vata, pitta, and kapha are key to diagnosing dosha imbalance in Ayurveda.
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Vata Typical Health Tendencies Chart
Vata types tend to be thin, with dry skin, heart disease & arthritis. Rain, cold, & lack of sleep aggravate. Diet, minerals and climate can help restore balance.
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Pitta Typical Health Tendencies Chart
For those with pitta dosha body type, salty, spicy, or sour foods can aggravate blood pressure and heart disease, especially in hot, dry weather.
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Physical and Neurological Body Functions Associated with Vata Chart
Vata dosha is associated with organs and body systems that involve reproduction, elimination of waste, memory, creativity, movement, and nerves.
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Physical and Neurological Body Functions Associated with Pitta Chart
Pitta dosha is associated with organs and body systems that involve enzymes, internal movement, conscious thought, and hormones.
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Kapha Physical and Mental Functions Chart
Kapha dosha is associated with body fluids, like those involved in digestion, joint lubrication, eating, and carrying essential nutrients to organs.
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Kapha Typical Health Tendencies Chart
Kapha balancing foods and climates for weight and cholesterol control.
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