The Vata stress type.

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The Vata Stress Type

According to the ancient medical science of Ayurveda, there are three unique types of stress: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
Vata energy is characterized by the elements Air and Space, or qualities that are cold, dry and constantly in motion. Individuals with Vata stress tend to get stressed easily, and are likely to experience some of the following stress symptoms:
  • Anxiety, nervousness
  • Lack of focus, difficulty making decisions
  • Lack of appetite
  • Panic attacks
Below, we’ve provided a guide on how to most effectively relieve Vata stress symptoms.

THE 4 PARTS OF HOLISTIC HEALTH

Simple guidelines to optimize vata stress

Ancient knowledge tells us that effective stress relief is a function of four key elements:

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Plant Medicine

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Diet

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Lifestyle

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Movement

Plant medicine

Our Vata Focus & Balance CBD capsules are made with a formula that was specifically designed to alleviate Vata stress symptoms. Each of our signature marbled capsules contains a blend of Ayurvedic superstar herbs such as turmeric, ashwagandha, bacopa and celastrus, along with the healing power of regeneratively grown organic hemp oil (10mg CBD).
We would recommend a daily dosage of 1-2 capsules every morning after breakfast. For best results, incorporate into your daily wellness ritual for two months.

diet recommendations

Because Vata stress is characterized by the elements of Air and Space, it can create a lack of groundedness in your mind and body. This means that eating foods that are warm and nourishing can help your body better cope with Vata stress symptoms:
Add the following foods to your diet:
  • Healthy fats (raw nuts, nut butters, avocado, sesame oil)
  • Whole grains (quinoa, oats, brown rice)
  • Warm foods (oatmeal, soups, stews, warm herbal teas)
Reduce your intake of the following foods:
  • Drying foods (wheat, corn, barley, buckwheat)
  • Cold foods (raw vegetables, salads, iced drinks)
  • Caffeine, processed sugar, dry/unripe fruits
Avoid eating while working or multi-tasking
Avoid skipping meals

movement tips

Because your Vata stress symptoms likely have you feeling a bit overwhelmed and scattered, the best movements to help you reduce your stress symptoms are ones that are grounding and gentle.
  • Restorative or Yin Yoga
  • Try grounded yoga poses at home that have several connection points to the ground: forward bends, childs pose, tree pose, lunges
  • Tai Chi
  • Walk barefoot in the grass
  • Pilates or stretching classes
During any physical activity, try focusing on your breath for greater feelings of balance and control.

Lifestyle Tips

The way we structure our day to day lives has a direct impact on our stress levels. Adding some of the following activities to your daily routine will help alleviate your Vata stress symptoms:
  • Start your day reaching up to the sky, then touching the ground
  • Take a cold shower
  • Pranayama breathing exercises (2 minutes)
  • Aromatherapy: lavender, sandalwood, neroli
  • Journal. Try writing down what exactly is causing you stress, as well as practical solutions
  • End your day with meditation (5 minutes). Focus on gratitude and physical relaxation

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