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    Post by Admin Sat 06 Nov 2010, 5:22 pm

    Vath is a force conceptually made up of elements ether and air. The proportions of ether and air determine how active Vata is. The amount of ether (space) affects the ability of the air to gain momentum. If unrestricted, as in ocean, air can gain momentum and become forceful such as a hurricane.
    Vata means "wind, to move, flow, direct the processes of, or command." Vata enables the other two doshas to be expressive. The actions of Vata are drying, cooling, light, agitating, and moving.
    Vata governs breathing, blinking of the eyelids, movements in the muscles and tissues, pulsations in the heart, all expansion and contraction, the movements of cytoplasm and the cell membranes, and the movement of the single impulses in nerve cells. Vata also governs such feelings and emotions as freshness, nervousness, fear, anxiety, pain, tremors, and spasms. The primary seat or location of the Vata in the body is the colon. It also resides in the hips, thighs, ears, bones, large intestine, pelvic cavity, and skin. It is related to the touch sensation. If the body develops an excess of vata, it will accumulate in these areas.



    CHARACTERISTICS OF VATA TYPES
    Here are some of the common characteristics of people who have a predominantly Vata constitution.
    [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Creativity, mental quickness
    Highly imaginative
    Quick to learn and grasp new knowledge, but also quick to forget
    Sexually easily excitable but quickly satiated
    Slenderness; lightest of the three body types
    Talk and walk quickly
    Tendency toward cold hands and feet, discomfort in cold climates
    Excitable, lively, fun personality
    Changeable moods
    Irregular daily routine
    Variable appetite and digestive efficiency
    High energy in short bursts; tendency to tire easily and to overexert
    Full of joy and enthusiasm when in balance
    Respond to stress with fear, worry, and anxiety, especially when out of balance
    Tendency to act on impulse
    Often have racing, disjointed thoughts
    Generally have dry skin and dry hair and don't perspire much
    Typical health problems include headaches, hypertension, dry coughs, sore throats, earaches, anxiety, irregular heart rhythms, muscle spasms, lower back pain, constipation, abdominal gas, diarrhea, nervous stomach, menstrual cramps, premature ejaculation and other sexual dys-functions, arthritis. Most neurological disorders are related to Vata imbalance.
    Physical FeaturesPeople of vata constitution are generally physically underdeveloped. Their chests are flat and their veins and muscle tendons are visible. The complexion is brown, the skin is cold, rough, dry and cracked.Vata people generally are either too tall or too short, with thin frames which reveal prominent joints and bone-ends because of poor muscle development. The hair is curly and scanty, the eyelashes are thin and the eyes lusterless. The eyes may be sunken, small, dry, and active. The nails are rough and brittle. The shape of the nose is bent and turned-up.Physiologically, the appetite and digestion are variable. Vata people loves sweet, sour and salty tastes and like hot drinks. The production of urine is scanty and the feces are dry, hard and small in quantity. They have a tendency to perspire less than other constitutional types. Their sleep may be disturbed and they will sleep less than the other types. Their hands and feet are often cold.Psychologically, they are characterized by short memory but quick mental understanding. They will understand something immediately, but will soon forget it. They have little willpower, tend toward mental instability and possess little tolerance, confidence or boldness. Their reasoning power is weak and these people are nervous, fearful and afflicted by much anxiety.Vata people tend to earn money quickly and also to spend it quickly. Thus, they tend to remain poor.
    signs of Vata Dosha Imbalance:
    There are a number of tell tale signs of dosha imbalance. Some persons will get very angry. Some get depressed, etc. Here is a summary of the signs of vata imbalance:
    [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Worried
    Tired, yet can't relax, Fatigue, poor stamina
    Nervous, Can't concentrate
    Anxious, fearful
    Agitated mind
    Impatient, Antsy or hyperactive
    Spaced out
    Self-defeating
    Shy, insecure, Restless
    Cannot make decisions
    Weight loss, under weight
    Insomnia; wake up at night and can't go back to sleep
    Generalized aches, sharp pains, Arthritis, stiff and painful joints
    Agitated movement
    Very sensitive to cold
    Nail biting
    Rough, flaky skin, Chapped lips
    Fainting spells
    Heart palpitations
    Constipation, Intestinal bloating, gas, Belching, hiccups
    Dry, sore throat, Dry eyes
    In summary, if you are suffering from anxiety, worry, a tendency to overexertion, insomnia, chronic tiredness, mental and emotional depression, physical tension and other symptoms of stress, a weakened immune system, headaches, underweight, constipation, skin dryness, mental confusion, emotional conflict, inability to make decisions, impulsiveness, fast and disconnected speech, fantasy, illusions, and sensations of being lighthearted and removed from thoughts, feelings, or circumstances, then there is a very good sign that your vata is aggravated. Follow the dietary guidelines given to balance vata dosha.Indications of balanced vata influences are mental alertness and abundance of creative energy, good elimination of waste matters from the body, sound sleep, a strong immune system, enthusiasm, emotional balance, and orderly functioning of the body's systems.
    Tips on Health and Wellness For Vata TypesThe Vatas find it very difficult to maintain regular habits, that is, to eat and sleep at regular times. But this is the most important thing for them to do. When Vata is out of balance this may feel almost impossible, but an effort to establish a regular routine is very important for all people with a Vata body type. Rest sufficiently, and choose foods, behaviors, personal relationships, and environmental circumstances which can be instrumental in balancing vata characteristics. It is also important to regulate mental and physical impulses and to modify mental attitudes, emotional states, and behaviors in supportive ways.Sweet, sour, and salty tastes decrease vata influences, so include these tastes if vata influences need to be diminished. Milk, wheat, rice, and some fruits and berries can provide sweet and sour tastes.Regular exercise should be relaxed and moderate. Hatha yoga practice in a meditative mood is good, as are t'ai chi, walking, and swimming. Avoid strenuous, competitive, frantic activities.When possible, associate with people who are calmly purposeful. Meditate every day for deep relaxation.
    A Food Plan to Balance Vata DoshaThese guidelines can be used for vata mind-body constitutions, to maintain dosha balance, and to restore balance if necessary, regardless of the basic constitution. Vata influences the movement of thoughts, feelings, prana flows, nerve impulses, and fluids in the body.
    Favor:
    [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Warm food, moderately heavy textures, added butter and fat.
    Salt, sour, and sweet tastes; Soothing and satisfying foods.
    All soothing foods are good for settling disturbed Vata. Use foods such as: warm milk, cream, butter, warm soups, stews, hot cereals, fresh baked bread. Since vata is a cold dry dosha, warm, nourishing foods such as these are good for stabilizing vata. On the other hand cold foods such as cold salads, iced drinks, raw vegetables and greens are not very good for persons with vata imbalance.
    Breakfast is highly recommended. Use hot cereals such as cream of rice or wheat or any other breakfast that is warm, milky, and sweet.
    Take a hot or herbal tea with snacks in the late afternoon. Avoid drinks with high caffeine as vata gets disturbed by it.
    Use spicy foods such as spicy Mexican or Indian foods that are cooked in oil.
    Use warm moist foods such as cooked grains and cereals, bowl of hot oatmeal or cup of steaming vegetable soup.
    Warm milk is good. You can add a little sugar or honey to it if you prefer. Avoid eating candies as it disturbs vata.
    Prefer salted nuts that are heavy and oily as opposed to dry salty snacks.
    All sweet fruits are Ok for vata. Avoid unripe fruits as they are astringent
    Take warm or hot water instead of ice water and drinks.
    Summary: Breakfast is usually desirable. Hot foods and sweet and sour tastes. Reduce dry foods and bitter tastes. Warm or hot water and drinks. Raw nuts and nut butters. Spices: cinnamon, cardamom, cumin, ginger, cloves in moderation.
    Food Classified By GroupVegetables | Fruits | Grains | Dairy | Meat | Beans | Oils | Sweeteners | Nuts and Seeds | Herbs and Spices
    Vegetables
    FavorReduce or Avoid
    cooked vegetables
    asparagus
    beets
    carrots
    cucumber
    garlic
    green beans
    onions, cooked
    onions, cooked
    sweet potato
    radishes
    turnips
    leafy greens in moderation
    broccoli
    Brussels sprouts
    cabbage
    cauliflower
    celery
    eggplant
    leafy green vegetables
    mushrooms
    peas
    peppers
    potatoes
    sprouts
    tomatoes
    zucchini
    Note: The above vegetables are OK if cooked with oil except cabbage and sprouts
    Avoid raw vegetables, in general
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    Fruits
    FavorReduce or Avoid
    sweet fruits
    apricots
    avocados
    bananas
    berries
    cherries
    coconut
    fresh figs
    grapefruit
    lemons
    grapes
    mangos
    sweet melons
    sour oranges
    papaya
    pineapple
    peaches
    plums
    sour fruits
    Stewed fruits
    Sweet, well-ripened fruit in general
    apples
    cranberries
    pears
    pomegranates
    The above fruits are OK cooked
    Avoid dried fruits, in general and unripe fruit (especially bananas)
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    Grains
    FavorReduce or Avoid
    oats(as cooked oatmeal cereal, not dry)
    cooked rice
    wheat
    barley
    buckwheat
    corn
    dry oats
    millet
    rye
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    Dairy
    FavorReduce or Avoid
    All Dairy is acceptable
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    Meat
    FavorReduce or Avoid
    chicken
    seafood, in general
    turkey
    All in small quantity
    Avoid red meat

    Beans
    FavorReduce or Avoid
    chickpeas
    mung beans
    pink lentils
    tofu (small amounts)
    All, except as noted.
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    Oils
    FavorReduce or Avoid
    All oils are acceptable
    Sesame oil and olive oil are especially good.

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    Sweeteners
    FavorReduce or Avoid
    All sweeteners are acceptable
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    Nuts and Seeds
    FavorReduce or Avoid
    All are acceptable in small amounts. Almonds are best.
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    Herbs and Spices
    FavorReduce or Avoid
    Almost all, in moderation, with emphasis on sweet and/or heating herbs and spices, such as:
    allspice
    anise
    asafoetida
    basil
    bay leaf
    black pepper (use sparingly)
    caraway
    cardamom
    cilantro (green coriander)
    cinnamon
    clove
    cumin
    fennel
    ginger
    juniper berries
    licorice root
    mace
    marjoram
    mustard
    nutmeg
    oregano
    sage
    tarragon
    thyme
    Avoid using spices in large quantities. Minimize or avoid all bitter and astringent herbs and spices such as:
    coriander seed
    fenugreek
    parsley
    saffron
    turmeric
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    If your basic constitution is mixed (vata-pitta or vata-kapha), include portions for the second influential dosha.Vata dosha is aggravated and increased during autumn and early winter. During these seasons all mind-body types can include some of the above foods and decrease others.Mental and emotional peace and constructive lifestyle routines are important to restoring and maintaining balance.

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