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It’s no secret that every child is different and requires appropriate parenting methods and approaches. And to that end, knowing his Ayurvedic constitution can help you bring them in the best manner possible.
A pitta child is of moderate build and has a sharp appetite. Try to have regular meal times as skipping meals can make them cranky. They are athletic and outgoing because of their fiery nature. They’re also competitive, intellectually sharp, and have natural leadership skills, which explain their love for challenges. However, they can be short-tempered and difficult.
Due to their pitta dominant dosha, they don’t do well in hot weather which causes their agni to flare up. Excess pitta also causes diarrhoea, inflammation, sensitive or easily irritated skin, and sharp emotions like anger and frustration.
With fine, straight hair and piercing sharp eyes, a pitta child has an innovative mind and very articulate speech. Their skin and hair also tend to have reddish hues, freckles, and moles.
Encourage them to read to keep their mind occupied and balanced.
Meditation also helps them remain calm and composed.
Give them challenging tasks like playing puzzles, Rubik's cube and educational board games to engage their competitive minds.
You can also ask them to create something—stories, drawings, craft, etc.
Although parenthood comes with its own set of struggles and challenges, following the Ayurvedic approach according to your child’s dosha can be a source of great help. To know more about the healthy and holistic development of a child, consult a Jiva doctor. Dial 0129-4040404 or click on ‘Speak to a Doctor’ under the CONNECT tab in Jiva Health App.
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