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Principles of Ayurveda

    Under Ayurvedic principles, health care is a personalized practice. Ayurveda is primarily based on the principles of three doshas. Doshas are primarily the energies that governthe existence of every individual and are responsible for performing diverse physiological functions in the body.


    Notably, Vata, Pitta, and Kapha together as collectively called as the doshas. All these doshas form the foundation for the tradition of Ayurveda. In actuality, the doshas are dynamic forces of nature, that help people better understand themselves and the world around them.


    In Ayurveda, the most fundamental components of the material world five important elements which include air, water, earth, fire and space.


    Pitta energy is associated with fire and is responsible for controlling the endocrine and digestive systems. In particular, when Pitta energy disbalances, it can result in heartburn, digestive problems, ulcers, inflammation and arthritis.


    Air and space are the primary elements that signify Vata energy. Vata is linked to bodily movement which encompasses, circulation or blood and breathing. When Vata energy gets out of balance, then it can result in joint pain, dry skin, constipation, anxiety and other ailments.


    The Kapha energy personifies earth and water and is believed to control the strength and growth. The energy is linked to chest, back and the torso. As such, when kapha energy gets out of balance, it can result in sinus problems, obesity, diabetes, and gall bladder issues.


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