tridoshas

tridoshas

In Ayurvedic medicine the collective name for the three constitutional types (vata, pitta, and kapha).
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Bacteria and viruses can contribute to the regulation of hemispheric dominance and tridoshas as exemplified by schizophrenia, a disorder of consciousness.
Hyperdigoxinemia is important in the regulation of hemispheric dominance and the tridoshas [2].
The Warburg phenotype can contribute to the hemispheric dominance and tridoshas by augmenting the bacterial shikimic acid pathway.
The third element formed of intracellular archaea and viroidal symbiosis determines hemispheric dominance and tridoshas.
Ayurveda, the traditional Indian System of Medicine, deals with the theory of the three tridosha states (both physical and psychological): Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.
The existence of tridoshas can be understood in terms of modern macromolecular and micromolecular biology.
Dietary and lifestyle interventions are initiated to balance malfunctioning of any tridoshas and the physical and mental constitution of a patient.
500 anos de antiguedad, profundamente anclada en la mitologia, en principios filosoficos y en los escritos medicos Charaka Samhita y Susruta Samhita, considera que el universo es la combinacion de cinco elementos (espacio, aire o viento, fuego, agua y tierra), los cuales estan codificados en el sistema biologico en tres fuerzas, doshas o tridoshas (kapha o flema, pitta o bilis y vata o aire), las que a su vez gobiernan todos los procesos vitales por su naturaleza dinamica y activa.
The yoga postures applied by the practitioner are intended to balance the receiver through the Ayurvedic philosophy of the tridoshas.