Since summer has so many of the qualities of a pitta season, such as the intense heat, extended days in the sun, and a heightened sense of intensity, it is appropriate to refer to summer as a pitta season.
Some regions are particularly moist at this time of year, but since extreme heat causes everything to dry out, summer is sometimes referred to be dry. During the summer months, vata dosha qualities such as expansion and movement may be found.
Summer's particular personality is something to be celebrated, but it's also something that may be overdone.
The goal of establishing a summertime routine is to cultivate dietary and lifestyle habits that will assist you avoid accumulating too many summer traits while yet allowing you to take advantage of all the season's special offerings.
Here are other beneficial recommendations to your Summer Pitta Lifestyle:
Taking our dosha quiz might help you establish your Ayurvedic body type if you are uncertain.
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