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People with this kapha constitution are generally cool, calm, lazy, cheerful. Other qualities include a thick build, thick, dark hair, big eyes with white around, and prominent, shiny, white teeth.
According to Ayurveda there three body types. Our doshas determine our physical features as well as personality. We have an Ayurvedic doctor who will help you find your ayurvedic body type.
A vata person will be very thin, more talkative, restless; they typically have a lower body weight, dry skin, brittle nails, thin hair, and small, slightly sunken eyes. They may have trouble tolerating the cold. They have a hard time gaining weight, so they tend to be thin with a low weight.
A pitta person is generally active, good-looking, a perfectionist, dynamic, intelligent and also short tempered. They may have leadership qualities, a moderate build, a smart personality, a sharp nose, and their eyes will also be sharp. Hair loss, premature greying are common in pitta persons. They are generally slightly warm to the touch with rosy lips and pink nails with a slight curve.
People with this kapha constitution are generally cool, calm, lazy, cheerful. Other qualities include a thick build, thick, dark hair, big eyes with white around, and prominent, shiny, white teeth. The skin may also be thick, moist, and a little cool to the touch.
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