|| This free quiz of your Routine can help you discover signs and symptoms of imbalance.
When you are done you will be taken to a results page where you can view your imbalanced doshas & qualities from an ayurvedic perspective.
The results from this test will guide you to healthy food choices and recipes matching your personal, individual ayurvedic diet.
This test will take approximately ten minutes to fill.
Page 1: Please choose the symptoms you've experienced on a regular basis, or that were significant in the past.
|Check the boxes that best describe your 'Routine'|
|Irregular sleep schedule|
Irregular sleep schedule
An irregular sleep schedule aggravates the liver and creates emotional instability. Although the mind loves freedom, the body loves stability. Regular mealtimes and bed schedule is the foundation of a healthy routine.
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Some people skip meals because of a lack of routine. It's okay to skip a meal, however, if you aren't hungry. It is normal for Kapha people to skip breakfast, for example. Irregular mealtimes create metabolic instability, magnify food cravings, and l...
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|Staying up late|
Staying up late
After 10pm you might notice a 'second wind' of energy that lasts until 1am. Many people use their second wind energy for working late, reading, and otherwise keeping the mind or body active. The second wind is actually for cleansing your organs, and ...
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Among the many reasons people report insomnia are racing thoughts, waking up to go to the bathroom, etc. Are there any physical sensations accompanying night time restlessness? Trying to fall asleep itself can make a person hypersensitive to stimuli....
Learn more about Insomnia.
|Irregular meal times|
Irregular meal times
Irregular meal times create unstable blood sugar levels which can lead to binging on junk foods. Skipping meals aggravates Vata as well.
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Fasting between meals gives the digestive organs a chance to rest, and improves the ability of the body to digest fat, a stable source of energy. Although recommended by western medicine, frequent snacking causes blood sugar instability and leads to ...
Learn more about Frequent snacking.
|Lack of exercise|
Lack of exercise
The blood should be moved at least once a day. Flushing circulation helps detoxify, re-energize, and tone tissues. The best time to circulate your blood is in the morning before breakfast.
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A person may decide to exercise frequently when self critical of their body, to overcome feelings of helpless, when trying to flush out toxins, or to release ambition and stress. Ayurveda suggests a mild restorative daily exercise routine without str...
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|Eating late at night|
Eating late at night
Eating late at night provokes Kapha. When a person goes to bed with undigested food in the stomach, the food tends to stagnate both in the intestines and the blood, leading to weight gain. Sumo wrestlers in Japan gain weight by eating late at night. ...
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|Childcare draining||Frequent travel|
Describe your typical morning
Describe your typical workday
Describe your typical evening
Describe your typical weekend
What is your exercise routine?
What obstacles prevent you from keeping a good routine (including home, work, etc.)
What do you do for entertainment / fun?
How do you unwind / relax?
|Check the boxes that best describe your 'Work'|
Stress depresses Kapha people, stimulates Vata, and triggers aggression and hostility in Pitta. Mental stress is increased by physical stress. Physical stress is increased by an irregular eating or sleeping routine, toxicity, or overexertion. Stress ...
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|Overwhelmed by responsibilities|
Overwhelmed by responsibilities
Kapha people with poor circulation often report feeling overwhelmed, especially within 48 hrs of eating Kapha provoking foods.
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Generally a sign of high Pitta and liver distress.
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|Sedentary Job||Daily physical labor|
To sustain a long workday over many years, it is essential to eat healthy meals on time and cook for oneself early in the morning or before bed.
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Feeling stuck is related to water retention or liver congestion.
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|Lack of Freedom / Independence|
|Feel judged / criticized||Undervalued / unrespected||No job security|
|Underpaid||Unemployed / underemployed||Financially unstable|
|Family prevents career development|
Describe your current job
Describe your ideal job