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Bringing up a child can be tricky and parents are often left wondering if they’re doing it right. However, you don’t have to worry! A child’s upbringing can be improved immensely by understanding their dosha and working accordingly. In this article, we’ll look Vata child, their traits, and what you can do to ensure their healthy development. Characteristics of Vata Kids Vata kids look thin with their narrow hips and shoulders. They have irregular appetites with good metabolism and they don’t gain weight no matter how much they eat. Vata children have a great imagination. They love drawing and are gifted at story-telling, which explains why they love talking when they’re given the chance. Vata kids are good at anything that requires creativity and are quick learners. However, they forget what they learned almost as quickly. Many kids with ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) are Vata dominant.
Engage their creativity by letting them draw, paint, tell stories, and participate in school plays.
Vata kids learn best when all their five senses are engaged. Take them to places like the zoo, museum, and gardens so they can learn by engaging all five senses.
Since they are auditory learners, don’t force them to sit still and read for long periods of time. They will respond better if they listened to a book
To ensure vata balance in your child and to ease his nervousness, provide him with a warm and loving environment.
Parenthood is a period when both you and your child are learning together, so be patient and you’ll do well. 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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