Traditional Chinese medicine health care focuses on nourishing qi
Traditional Chinese medicine is focused on maintaining gas. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that “qi” is not only the basic substance that constitutes the human body, but also the basic substance that maintains human life activities.
“Zhuangzi · Knowing North Tour”: “Life of people, togetherness of qi; togetherness is alive, scattered is death”, “people live with one breath”, “three inches of qi are used in every possible way, once impermanence ends”Etc., are all in the role of experts “qi” in human life activities.
The generation of “qi” is complicated, with different sources and various classifications.
It has five functions: promotion, warmth, fixation, defense and gasification.
The symptoms of “qi” include clinical symptoms such as qi deficiency, qi stagnation, qi stagnation, qi stagnation, heart qi deficiency, lung qi stagnation, liver depression and qi stagnation, and multiple lung qi.
“Lingshu · Interrogation” described the symptoms of qi deficiency: “Insufficient qi, the brain is dissatisfied, the ears are bitter, the head is bitter, and the eyes are dizzy.Change, the bowel is bitter; if the lower gas is insufficient, it is the heart palpitations.
Facing the important role of “qi” in human life activities, the health care of traditional Chinese medicine always takes qi as a top priority.
The Qing dynasty physician Huang Kaijun put forward the “Qi nourishing training” in “Yu Yu Zhai Medical Talk”, summarizing the methods of nourishing qi.
First, less thinking about Yangxinqi Xinqi refers generally to the functional activities of the heart, and modern can also specifically refer to the function of the heart to promote blood circulation.
Lack of qi can lead to distorted boundaries.
“Lingshu · Tiannian”: “At the age of sixty, his heart qi began to decline, his sorrow and sorrow, and his blood flaccid, so he was lying well.
“A person’s anxiety is most likely to be upsetting.
“Lingshu · The God”: “Heart-mindedness, worries, and thoughts hurt God.”
“Lingshu · Interrogation”: “Heart of the heart, the Lord of the Five Internal Organs.
So sorrow and sorrow are heartbeats, and heartbeats are shaken. ”
Emotional factors such as worries, infinite joy, sorrow and grief, and incomprehensible fear first affect the heart, and then cause the distortion of the related organs.
Second, Mo Yan Nu Yang Yang Qi is a strong emotional response, usually when self-esteem or threat or damage.
Anger easily causes pain in both ribs, chest tightness, and uncomfortable chest, and common symptoms such as distorted digestive function or irregular menstruation in women, which will seriously increase blood pressure and even sudden death. This is “Su Wen · Ang Tong Tong Tian Lun” “FuriousThe vitality is absolute, and the blood garden is on top, which makes people thin. ”
It can be seen that it is very important to maintain peace and balance of mind.
Third, thin flavor Yangweiqi refers to the digestive and absorption functions of the human body.
Flatulence is a sign of good health.
Traditional Chinese medicine believes that “If you have stomach qi, you will be born; if you have no stomach qi, you will die.”
Li Dongyuan, one of the four members of the Jin and Yuan dynasties, even more clearly put forward that “people are based on gas.”
Can not help but appetite, eating fat and thick taste is most likely to damage the stomach, “Su Wen Bi Bi” is summarized as “self-doubling diet, gastrointestinal injury.”
Fourth, less words nourish the lungs, nourish the lungs, nourish the lungs, nourish the lungs, breathe down, and regulate the waterways.
Lung is not enough to cough, fatigue, fear of wind, spontaneous sweating, and susceptibility.
In addition to disease factors, multilingual intensive and easy to consume lung Qi.
Traditional Chinese medicine means “more words and gas”.
Sun Simiao also warned “more words” and “more words are depleted”; it is advisable to use “less words” so that less tone can be enriched so as not to dissipate needlessly.
Fifth, atrioventricular nourishing kidney qi and kidney qi refers to the functional activities of the kidney, mainly in the aspects of reproduction, growth and development.
Traditional Chinese medicine believes that “fang labor hurts the kidney”, which is called abstinent life, lack of desire for spleen, fine feet, gas filling, blood, and natural human health.
The “Yang Qi Xun” text is simple and easy to understand. Once readers can appreciate the micro-senses contained in it, they can reach the situation of “people can pay attention to five nourishments and live a long life without difficulty”.