What’s Your Dosha?
How do I know which dosha I am?
What’s Your Dosha?
- Your height is: Taller or shorter than average.
- Your body frame is: Slim and light, with thin muscles.
- Your weight is: Below average.
- Regarding your weight changes, you find it: Hard to gain weight.
- Your skin texture is:
- Your eyes are:
- Your hair is:
- Your teeth are:
How do I know if I am vata Pitta or Kapha?
Vata is constituted by space and air, which is the energy of movement; fire and water constitute pitta, the principle of digestion and metabolism; and water and earth make up kapha, the dosha of structure and lubrication.
How do you balance all 3 doshas?
Keys to Dosha Balance
- Get to bed before 10 PM.
- Maintain a regular daily routine (see Ideal Daily Routine)
- Follow a Vata-pacifying diet. Favor warm beverages. Food should be warm, freshly prepared and unctuous. Use liberal amounts of sesame oil.
- Practice Transcendental Mediation.
Can all three doshas be imbalanced?
The answer is yes! However, it’s really not that common, and when all three doshas are involved, it can be quite complex, so it’s really time to call on a practitioner for support.
Does papaya increase pitta?
“Papaya has many healing properties and raw papaya is also used in ayurvedic treatments,” says Sanjiv Krishna, an ayurvedic consultant. “We recommend the use of papaya to balance vata and pitta doshas.
Can a dosha be changed?
Unsurprisingly, stress (mental and physical) can change your Dosha balance, both immediately and in the long run. In the Western world, it’s known for affecting your body in many situations. However, In Ayurveda it’s commonly known to specifically affect a Vata imbalance.
Can dosha change over time?
Whatever dosha (or doshas) are the most prominent within you will determine your general tendencies over the course of your life, and what to expect when you are balanced. This does not change over your life but can manifest slightly differently in different times of life.
How to take the doshas test?
In order to begin the test, they require you to enter your email. The test itself is divided into two parts with around 10-12 questions in each section. The first section determines your constitution, that is, your naturally dominating doshas. The questions are based on your physical and mental health that has been true for your entire life.
How many doshas do you have?
How they appear, and in what proportion, is what makes each person unique. Usually one or two doshas predominate, dictating your tendencies in mind and body. In Ayurveda, you are considered a “tri-doshic” or “three-dosha” type because you have a balanced ratio of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha in your mind-body constitution.
What if I make a mistake when selecting my Dosha?
If you make a mistake, just click the box again to de-select. After finishing the questionnaire, press the “Get Test Results” button (located bottom of the page) to discover your Doshas. Enter your e-mail to receive a report customized for your Dosha combination.
How do I determine my Ayurvedic Dosha?
To determine your Ayurvedic Dosha, fill out the questionnaire below. Base your choices on what you observe is most consistent over a long period of time, rather than your present state today. Make one choice that best describes yourself.