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Find your Body Type - Ayurveda

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The ancient Indian science of healing 'Ayurveda' defines your body into three types - Vata, Pitta and Kapha. The body type of a person depends on their physical and emotional attributes.
. Find your Body Type -  Ayurveda
To get the maximum benefit from the daily diet you consume or treatment you take when ill you must know your body type. This calculator helps you find your body type and makes suggestions about the diet and the lifestyle that you should lead to be in a healthy state of mind and body.

VATA

 VATA body type is defined by the energy of movement. VATA symbolize space and air elements. The body movements and the activities of nervous system are governed by VATA.

 Tick the points applicable to you.


1.

Thin and Tall (or)

2.

Thin and short

3.

Difficulty in gaining weight

4.

Dry, chapped and cool skin

5.

Dry and sparse hair, with split ends

6.

Dislikes cold, dry climate

7.

Extremely active

8.

Unstable mind

9.

Problems with memorizing

10.

Enthusiastic

11.

Active, darting eyes

12.

Talkative

13.

Economically challenged

14.

Crackling  sound in the joints, prominent while walking

15.

Reduced strength and stamina

16.

Non-believer / Atheist

17.

Jovial

18.

Likes singing, dancing, hunting, games and gambling

19.

Frequent anxiety attacks and restlessness

20.

Quick, creative mind

21.

Has vivid sexual imagination but lack the ability to perform sexual

22.

Not attractive to opposite sex

23.

Lacks self-control

24.

While asleep, eyes remain half-open

25.

Experiences disturbed sleep 

26.

Likes sweet, sour, salty and hot foods

27.

Eats heavily but does not gain weight

28.

Irregular appetite

29.

Irregular eating and sleeping habits

30.

Forgets dreams easily. Often dreams of flying or climbing mountains

 

  

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Posted by:  sandwivedi, India  Posted on: 3/31/2011
very good
Posted by:  nsanjay85, India  Posted on: 12/5/2010
it was really very good thing and interesting also.
Posted by:  nainada, India  Posted on: 9/26/2010
gud way
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very interesting calculation
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