Ayurvedic Therapy (“Ayurveda”) is one of the world’s most primeval integrated (“entire body”) healing techniques. It was found over 3,000 years ago in India. It depends on the conviction that health and wellness rely upon a sensitive harmony between the mind, body, and soul. Its fundamental objective is to advance good health, and remain protected from diseases. Ayurveda believes that every being is made of five elements: Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth. These combine in the human body to make a three life forces called doshas. There are three Doshas namely, Vata Dosha, Pitta Dosha, Kapha Dosha.
Vata Dosha: It controls extremely essential body functions, similar to how cells isolate. It additionally controls your brain, breathing, blood stream, heart function, and capacity to dispose of waste through your digestion tracts. Things that can disturb it by eating again too early after a meal, dread, sadness, and staying up late in the night.
Pitta Dosha: This vitality controls your metabolism, digestion and few hormones that are connected to your hunger. Things that can upset it are eating acidic or spicy food and remaining in sun for too long.
Kapha Dosha: This controls muscle development, body quality and stability, weight, and your immune system.
You can disturb it by sleeping during the day, eating such a large number of sweet food, and eating or drinking things that contain an excessive amount of salt or water.