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dosha

In Ayurvedic medicine the name given to one of three constitutional types (vata, pitta, and kapha), each converted from two Bhutas (elements) by agni and collectively known as tridoshas.
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According to Ayurveda, our bodies have a dosha based on its constitution and our lifestyle and other factors affect it," says Dr Chandy George, Ayurvedic lifestyle consultant at Balance Wellness Club in Dubai.
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Some people can easily tell which dosha dominates their nature; others find that they are a combination of two or all three doshas.
After an Ayurvedic doctor finds out your dosha, they use a range of treatments including herbal medicine, prayer, massage, yoga and diet to bring you back into balance.
Each dosha has individual properties of its own and can have powerful physical and mental influences.
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It pacifies rata dosha, calms and nourishes the central nervous system, promoting relaxation and tranquility, and improves mental clarity and comprehension.
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To achieve a joyful state of well being, it is important to support all of these aspects of ourselves and create a lifestyle that sustains and nurtures our unique nature, or in Ayurvedic terms what is defined as one's unique dosha.