In our previous few blogs, you must have read how Doshas play a vital role in any human body and this element is a fact that can not be neglected. We have explained AYURVEDIC PHILOSOPHY ON KAPHA-PITTA-VATTA where we have explained to you how important it is t know the fact about doshas and new blog BALANCING THE DOSHAS IN YOU where we will understand how can we balance our doshas adapting it with our daily lifestyle making it way better

Balancing Vata Dosha

Vata is the element of Air & Ether (space). Here are a few suggestions for rebalancing Vata people or Vata imbalances.

  1. Stay Warm & Calm

A Vata dominant individual should have a warm place to relax. Make your bed warm and always take a bath with warm water because your body is naturally at ease in it to keep you balanced overall.

Make use of warm oils and stones to massage yourself. Warm-colored clothing and sweet-warm aromas are always preferred around them.

  1. Diet & Nourishments

You should continue to monitor their dietary habits. You should see if you can incorporate some sweeter or saltier foods into your diet to help balance your doshas. You should avoid dry, cold, and frozen foods. You can drink ginger tea and make sure your body is getting the right amount of fats and oils from your warm food diet. Avoid gas-producing foods and prefer small beans over larger ones. Bitter or pungent flavorings should be avoided.

  1. Yoga Asanas and Meditation

A Vata type will benefit and balance greatly from a grounding, calm, and contemplative yoga practice. Make sure to incorporate this into your daily activities, as it is best to make yoga a habit. Do yoga poses that work on the colon, the Vata's bodily seat, the intestines, the pelvis, the lumbar spine, and the sacroiliac joints to balance Vata by bringing energy back down to the base of the torso. Because the grounding is important for Vata types, it is beneficial to practice standing poses such as Tadasana, Virabhadrasana (Warrior Poses), and Vrksasana (Tree Pose). Because of Vata's hyperactivity, a longer Savasana, even longer than fifteen minutes, is most balancing.

Pranayama practices that cool the body or provide excessive energy, such as Kapalabhati or Sitali, should be avoided by a Vata imbalanced person because they aggravate this dosha. Anything calming, such as Nadi Shodhana (Alternate Nostril), Bhramari (Humming Bee Breath), or even Ujjayi, is most balancing (Victorious Breath). These three pranayamas are known to help the anxious Vata settle energy, calm the mind, and reduce stress.

Balancing Pitta Dosha

Pitta is composed of Fire & Water elements. Try these simple tips to rebalance your pitta and get back in sync with nature.

  1. Stay Cool and Calm

Having a cool place to relax will do wonders, especially during the summer when the pitta dosha can become more aggravated. Keeping your body cool and comfortable, whether by relaxing in the shade, taking a break from work, or drinking coconut water, will help to naturally correct pitta imbalances. Self-massages with cooling oils such as coconut and stones are recommended, as are cool colors, calming music, and soothing aromas.

  1. Diet & Nourishments

Keep a close eye on what you eat. Food and digestion cause pitta imbalances and are critical to their resolution. You still want to eat warm, cooked meals, but add cooling foods and herbs to your diet like ghee, coconut water, coconut oil, lime, cucumber, coriander, fennel, and cardamon. Foods that are hot, spicy, fried, sour, salty, pungent, or fermented should be avoided. Avoid nightshades (tomatoes, white potatoes, peppers, and eggplant. Sweet, astringent, and bitter flavors work well to restore balance. Drinking tea cumin, coriander, fennel and ensuring your body gets enough healthy fats and oils can also help correct imbalances.

  1. Yoga Poses & Meditation

Pittas benefit the most from cooling when looking to yoga to help balance because they are overheated and drawn to physically demanding postures. Twists such as Ardha Matsyendrasana (Half Lord of the Fishes Pose) are excellent for toning the abdominal muscles. All standing forward bends and heart-opening poses, such as Dhanurasana (Bow Pose) and Bhujangasana, reduce Pitta (Cobra Pose). Try moon salutation; whereas sun salutation warms, this vinyasa cools.

Balancing Kapha Dosha

Kapha is the element of Earth & Water. These three simple tips will help you rebalance your Kapha body and reconnect with nature.

  1. Maintain a warm and dry environment

Kapha must have a warm and dry environment. Staying physically and mentally active through stimulating activities such as reading and games will aid in the natural correction of Kapha imbalances. Massages with warm oils are a great way to relax. Surround yourself with soothing colors, upbeat music, energizing aromas, and pleasant company.

  1. Diet & Nourishments

Your diet is critical in both creating and resolving imbalances. Pungent, bitter, and astringent flavors work well to restore balance. Bitter melon, gourd, turmeric, fenugreek, apples, pomegranate, quinoa, tofu, beans, and lentils are examples of these foods. Drinking ginger tea and ensuring your body gets the right amount of healthy fats and oils, as well as serving food warm, can help correct imbalances. Cold, frozen, or moist foods should be avoided. Kapha can eat almost any bean. Sweet, sour, and salty flavors should be avoided. Women, in particular, should consume warm foods.

  1. Yoga Poses & Meditation

Meditation relaxes the mind, relieves stress, and aids in the development of a relationship with one's inner self. It is an important way to correct Kapha imbalances, in addition to eating well and staying warm and active. Another option is to engage in vigorous exercises that promote energy and stamina. Activities that promote a healthy balanced Kapha include vigorous yoga, hiking, jogging, biking, dancing, and martial arts.

Before you start practicing with all the above ways to get healed. It is important to know what type of dosha dominant you are and what is your overall body type. So get consulted first with your family doctor or you can even contact our  Health Expert or connect us at +919867667699 to get the best diagnosis.


Even if you believe in Ayurveda or not, or mare medicating via other methods like Allopathy or Homeopathy doshas are basic elements in every human that you can't deny the fact. It's important to stay balanced by befriending your doshas to have healthy and disease-free life. AADAR has always believed in Ayurveda and its practices and wants to heal others naturally with no side effects. That is the reason you will see the roots of Ayurvedic medication in our practices as well where we have treated more than 40,000+ customers and are happily still connected with us here in this blog we will understand how can we balance our doshas by adapting it with our daily lifestyle making it way better.