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Hello, and welcome to my video! Today I’ll help you figure out what dosha
you belong to. Stick around til the end to make the right
decision. Let’s get started. The three doshas are the most significant
characteristic in Ayurveda, and most of your actions and remedies will depend on what dosha
you are. Each has its own characteristics and most
people will immediately be able to tell what dosha they are just by reading the specific
characteristics for each dosha. Ayurveda views people is a specific way. They�re either dry or moist; fat or thin,
or hot or cold. It may seem like a wide generalization, and
yet, you�ll discover that it�s actually very specific. The 3 types of dosha are: vata, pitta and
kapha. To get the best out of Ayurveda, you�ll
need to adopt the lifestyle and diet that suits your dosha best. While most people will find that they�re
predominantly one dosha, there are some who could be dual dosha or even tri-dosha. So, how do you determine what dosha you are? First, you need to look at your prakruti. Some of you hearing this are probably scratching
your head and wondering, �Prakru-whaaat?� Don�t panic. The word may be foreign, but the concept is
simple. Your prakruti is just your basic nature. It�s your body�s constitution, and is
dictated by the balance within your body. So, when looking at the characteristics, see
which dosha�s characteristics mirrors your prakruti most closely. For example, if you love new challenges and
are a natural born leader, you�re probably a pitta. Whereas if you�re artistic, imaginative
and light hearted, you�re probably a vata. After comparing the characteristics against
your prakruti, you�ll need to look at your vikruti. You�re probably thinking, �Oh my God,
not another one�� Your vikruti refers to other factors like
your stress level, fitness, diet, emotional state, and more. You want your vikruti and pakruti to complement
each other perfectly. Then you�ll be in the pink of health. All imbalance within the body rises from a
discrepancy between the two. By identifying your dosha and adopting the
necessary diet and lifestyle, you�ll bring balance and feel much better. Your dosha is also affected by your genetics
and the four elements: air, fire, water and earth. All this may seem far fetched and even mildly
ridiculous to many people. Yet, this is an old science and observing
it can yield a multitude of health benefits. The vata dosha is mostly an airy element and
people in this category tend to dislike cold and are prone to constipation and digestive
problems. Dryness, lightness, irregularity and inconsistency
are all characteristics of the vata dosha. The pitta dosha is fiery in nature and signified
by heat. Pitta folks prefer coolness and tend to have
personalities that are strong with an angry or judgmental nature. Pittas are prone to inflammation if the dosha
gets out of balance. The kapha dosha is a combination of water
and earth. People with this dosha have an easy-going
nature and are generally strong and fit. They love their sleep and have a good memory. When out of balance, diabetes, uncontrolled
weight gain and depression can take root. These are just some of the characteristics
of each dosha. When examined in detail, it�ll be clearly
evident that the Ayurvedic method of adopting methods that suit your dosha is highly effective
at restoring health and wellbeing. Hello again. If you enjoyed the video, I’d appreciate a
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