Vata people, those in whom the biological air-humor predominates, are said to be unusually tall or short,
thin, bony, with prominent veins, and generally poor tissue development. Their complexion
may be dull or lacking in lustre, with possible brown or dark discolorations, with dry or cracked
They possess variable appetites, tend towards constipation or hard stool, have
scanty sweat or urination, are intolerant of cold and wind and though they have immediate energy
have low endurance and stamina.
Vata types are nervous, restless, hyperactive, excitable and may
suffer from insomnia or difficult sleeping. They are changeable, curious and adaptable, with
sensitive and quick minds and reflexes, are often talkative and can be absent minded. They tend
towards insecurity, fear and anxiety when emotionally out of balance,
can be easily disturbed and are prone to worry.