Vata anger comes from deficiency. Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar levels) can provoke a Vata type of irritability, when the liver becomes desperate for food.
Anger from Toxins
Toxins can also provoke irritability. Poor bowel health and fermentation create imbalances in blood chemistry as toxins are released in the gut. These toxins and imbalances irritate the nervous system. Since the liver is responsible for maintaining the chemistry of the blood, irritability, ambition, and analytical thinking are considered to be a sign of liver distress.
Anger from Heat
Sometimes, anger and irritability are caused by heat. Hot weather stimulates extra blood flow. Your liver must extra work hard to keep up. Under these conditions your liver releases excess bile, which irritates both your gut and your nervous system.
Flareups of frustration are common in summer, especially in Pitta Kapha individuals with excessive oily quality or sluggish gall bladder. In these individual, pent up rage comes to the surface with the heat. To avoid these flareups, take aloe vera prophylactically around 10am in the morning, or just when the sun in starting to get hot.
More about Frustration
Frustration is a deeper form of anger, often from congestion of bile. Frustration is often a sign of a stagnant gall bladder. After a rich, Kapha aggravating meal, the blood becomes thick & congested. The gall bladder becomes sluggish and won't release the bile. Spices, and other hot foods like red meat increase fire. When these two qualities mix, it forms an intense cocktail of aggression.
Anger from Shame
Anger may also result from a burning sense of shame in the solar plexus area. According to Chinese medicine, the liver is a proud organ. When balanced, liver shame brings grace and elegance to a person's demeanor. When out of balance, the shame is too much to bear, and the liver becomes reactive, creating heat in the body. This heat "has a short fuse" - your temper and blood pressure may quickly rise when you are irritated or confronted.
Dietary Remedies for Anger By Type
Type of Anger
Sweet foods like coconut water, tapioca, apple sauce, cooked carrots
Detoxifying, laxative foods and herbs such as beets or triphala.
Cooling foods such as cabbage juice, pear juice, blueberries, & coconut water
Bitter foods like aloe vera, dandelion, cilantro, endive
Augment your diet with these specially chosen ingredients below which may be useful for 'Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical'.
Individual results vary depending the cause of your imbalance and by constitution.
Please research the ingredients below to find which are most helpful for you, and check with your doctor before making any changes to your health and wellness routine.
DISCLAIMER: The pathogenesis of each person's condition is unique, and so the diet must be fit to the individual and the unique root causes of the condition in your body.
The information on this page is for educational purposes only and should not be used to treat a medical condition. It is not a substitute for medical care.
Please check with your doctor before making any changes to your health and wellness routine.
HOW DOES AYURVEDA HEAL 'ANGER, IRRITABLE, AMBITIOUS, ANALYTICAL'?
AVOID DIETS, LIFESTYLES & HERBS THAT AGGRAVATE THESE EFFECTS
According to Ayurveda, one or more of the following
and biocharacteristics may aggravate 'Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical'.
If you have an excess of one of these doshas or biocharacteristics below, Ayurveda recommends reducing foods and lifestyle habits that aggravate them.
Click on the biocharacteristic to learn what foods and
lifestyle habits should be reduced.
Symptoms Tell A Story
The first step to healing is learning patterns from your symptoms.
Symptoms are clues that reveal underlying imbalances.
Symptoms show you where your body is weakened.
Ultimately, all disease has a root in tissues too weak to defend itself.
Ayurveda describes these patterns of weakness using doshas & biocharacteristics.
If you notice a biocharacteristic or dosha appears next to many of your symptoms,
it helps you establish a pattern that may be systemic.
FAVOR DIETS, LIFESTYLES & HERBS WITH THESE MEDICINAL EFFECTS
Everything you eat has an effect on your body, which Ayurveda categorizes in a simple and easy way, using biocharacteristics (gunas).
Biocharacteristics are qualities (like cold and hot) that describe the effect a food or herb has on your body.
Cooling foods like cucumber, decrease metabolism.
Heating foods like chili pepper, stimulate your body and increase metabolism.
For 'Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical', you should select foods with the following biocharacteristics.
Individual results will vary, based on your body type and the root cause of your imbalance.
FOODS TO FAVOR
CONDITION IN YOUR BODY
ABOUT COLD BIOCHARACTERISTIC
Cold refers to anything that reduces body temperature, metabolism, and blood flow.
Take these quizzes
to find out if you have an imbalance of 'Bitter' taste
To learn more about the symbols above, click on them.
Heart & Circulation:
Literally, an herb that restores the proper function of the body. In practice, alteratives are usually blood cleansers and blood chemistry balancers. They were traditionally used to revitalize and detoxify after a long winter.
An herb that strengthens the liver. It is helpful for people with a history of substance abuse, chronic liver issues from hepatitis and hemolytic anemias. Generally, liver tonics are oily, cool, sweet, mildly sour, or has beta-carotene.
ANGER, IRRITABLE, AMBITIOUS, ANALYTICAL IS IN STAGE OF DISEASE 2 - AFFECTING BLOOD & EMOTIONS
Affecting Blood: Initially, imbalances are localized, often in the digestive tract.
As an imbalance grows, it starts to affect your body systemically, via the blood.
If you have symptoms in this category it means that your imbalances are starting to spread,
have entered the bloodstream, and are now systemic.
Pay particular attention to the biocharacteristics, tastes, and doshas out of balance systemically,
so you know how to strengthen your body as a whole, and reduce physical stress on your organs.
At this stage of imbalance you will begin to experience generalized discomfort, imbalanced emotions,
and may develop sensitivities to temperature.
It may take several weeks of strict adherence to a specific remedial diet to clear blood level imbalances.
Blood cleansing herbs may reduce symptoms.
A several day cleanse may shorten the recovery time.
REDUCE THESE RELATED SYMPTOMS & HABITS
The following symptoms & habits may be related to 'Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical'.
See your quiz results for a computerized assessment of your body type.
Please click on the symptoms below to learn more about them.
Biocharacteristics of the 42,924 People Reporting Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical
On average the biocharacteristics
of people reporting Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical were less aggravated than 87% of other symptoms.
From the 42,924 people who reported Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical in this research study of 74,671 individuals,
average deviation in biocharacteristic levels were the following:
Please login to see research statistics filtered on Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical and Cold.
8,107 have Cold constitution
Risk Factors of Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical
People who reported the symptoms below were also more likely to report Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical.
Overall, 54.66% of 27,271 surveyed in this research study reported Anger, irritable, ambitious, analytical.
Ayurveda strengthens the body, in addition to addressing the disorder. It take a holistic,
systemic approach, instead of focusing only on the disorder in question. Ayurveda
shows a person how to interpret signs and symptoms of imbalance, and how to address them
using materials from home, so they can optimize their health on a continual basis. You can't
take the doctor home with you, but you can take Ayurveda home with you.
Ayurveda is the most advanced and easy to use home system for self healing with an
exceptional focus on digestion.
HOW DOES AYURVEDA WORK?
Ayurveda starts by identifying your body type,
which identifies certain tendencies in your body to get sick (as well as identifying your strengths).
It uses body type to determine the likely root causes of your disorders.
Next, Ayurveda analyzes the nature of your disorder.
It fits all your signs and symptoms into a pattern, expressed as a combination of biocharaceristics (gunas).
For example, you may have a heat disorder, a cold disorder, or an oily disorder, etc.
This simple categorical approach shows you how to correct systemic imbalances and strengthen your body as a whole.
On Joyful Belly, we've created an extensive categorization of food so you can easily match food to your imbalanced biocharacteristics.
By eating an optimal diet that balances your biocharacteristics, your whole body is strengthened
and the conditions that created the disorder are removed. Once the root causes of the disease
are removed, the disease lessens in strength or disappears altogether. Additional remedies -
such as herbs and lifestyle practices - focused on the specific disorder, can greatly enhance
To get started on your Ayurvedic journey, we first recommend that your find your body
type by taking our free quiz. In Ayurveda, every solution is based on your unique body type, so
by taking this quiz, you’ll get the best results.
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His approach to Ayurveda exudes a certain ease, which many find enjoyable and insightful.
John also directs Joyful Belly's School of Ayurveda
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John and his wife Natalie recently published Explore Your Hunger: A Guide to Hunger, Appetite & Food.
John's interest in Ayurveda and digestive tract pathology was inspired by a complex digestive disorder acquired from years of international travel, including his public service work in South Asia.
John's commitment to the detailed study of digestive disorders reflects his zeal to get down to the roots of the problem. His hope and belief in the capacity of each & every client to improve their quality of life is nothing short of a personal passion.
John's creativity in the kitchen and delight in cooking for others comes from his family oriented upbringing.
In addition to his certification in Ayurveda, John holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Harvard University.
John enjoys sharing Ayurveda within the context of his Catholic roots,
and finds Ayurveda gives him an opportunity to participate in the healing mission of the Church.
Jesus expressed God's love by feeding and healing the sick.
That kindness is the fundamental ministry of Ayurveda as well.
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