Pitta dosha is in charge of transformation and metabolism, including digestion, appetite, nutrition absorption, and body's temperature. It integrates the energy of fire and water and is interpreted as “that which cooks”. Pitta Dosha also governs assimilation, intelligence, charisma, courage, and ambitionLearn more
When Pitta type person is out of balance, one quickly starts yelling. They immediately experience anger, rage, jealousy, and ego with their physical manifestations such as inflammation, infection, rashes, ulcers, migraines, fever, bleeding disorders, sharp hunger, an overactive metabolism, and difficulty sleeping.
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Pitta type has good concentration powers and sharp mind.
These personalities are:
They enterprise and assert their rights. And also are remarkable with their:
Pitta type persons should stay away from conflicts because they are susceptible to negative emotions like hostility, hatred, jealousy, and intolerance.
Pitta is not a fan of the sun or hot weather, because heat makes them perspire a lot. Their skin is fair or reddish, often with freckles and sunburns easily.
Physical problems for pitta dosha type include:
Pitta dosha has strong digestion and appetite, but also get irritated if the meal is delayed. They are strong, well-knit with medium physique. When imbalanced they can be pushy, aggressive and demanding. Under pressure, Pittas become irritated and angry.
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