Pitta-Kapha types usually are very healthy and resilient, combining the the power of Pitta with the strength of Kapha. They usually display a sturdier build than pure Pittas and put on weight more easily than those but since they are also physically more active than pure Kaphas they usually are able to keep the balance. Warm, humid weather affects this type negatively.
Vata-Pitta types resemble pure Vatas in many respects, but the Pitta inﬂuence often gives them a stronger and more compact build. This type is very active and shows a curious combination of confusion and determination. In general Vata-Pittas are sensitive to neuronal stimuli such as light, heat, sound and dryness.
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Pitta is comprised of water and fire. It is hot, wet and light and its main site is the small intestine. Pitta is responsible for the metabolic processes of the body. When in balance, Pitta creates clarity and energy.
If you’re a Pitta type you probably have a good digestion and a bright mind. You easily keep your weight and prefer cooler climates. The Pitta Dosha is easily brought out of balance by too much hot foods or exposure to sun and heat. Since all people are influenced by all Doshas (in different combinations to different impacts) this can happen to everyone. The following are signs that the Pitta Dosha might have an overly strong influence on you:
If this sounds like you why not try and get the Pitta Dosha influence back to balance? Your first aid is cooling down; physically and mentally by cold showers (or cooling your wrists with cold water for a few minutes) and staying away from difficult situations. Fresh, cold food with a slightly bitter or astringent taste (like salads) will also help you overcome the Pitta excess.
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