By Honora Lee Wolfe
Greater than forty million girls within the usa at the moment are experiencing menopause, and it's affecting their intercourse force, strength point, finish feelings. This publication explains how chinese language drugs can relief within the prognosis, therapy, and prevention of menopausal difficulties, restoring stability to a woman's physique. themes lined contain chinese language self-care and residential treatments and knowledge on chinese language nutritional treatment, workout, and deep rest.
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16 This implies that menstruation is normal when the heart (blood) and kidney (qi and essence) are healthy and in proper communication with the uterus. Additionally, the spleen plays a role here in that if the spleen is for any reason weak or compromised, there may not be abundant blood created from the digestate and first sent up to the heart to allow for normal menstruation. 18 Page 36 liver is responsible for the volume, flow, and regularity of the menstrual cycle and for the blood's nourishing of the sinews and other body tissues as well.
When yin and yang are sufficient and in relative balance, night sweating does not occur. Chinese medicine does not necessarily say that it is the night sweats which cause the interruption of sleep so much as that they occur concomitantly. This again can be seen as the yang counterflowing up due to yin being insufficient to enfold within and hold it down. It is, therefore, not unreasonable to think that some women might experience symptoms of blood vacuity, insomnia being among them. If there is, as so often happens with American women, the complication of liver depression/qi stagnation, the spleen will also suffer and become weaker, thus reducing blood production to nurture the heart and liver.
Page 29 Viscus Tissue Sense Emotion Heart Blood vessels Speech Joy/Fright Spleen Muscles &flesh Taste Excessive Thinking/Worry Lung Skin/Body Hair Smell Grief Kidneys Bones/Head Hair Hearing Fear Liver Sinews Sight Anger Figure 2. Current research suggests that these channels over which the qi flows are the fascial planes in the connective tissue which bind the entire body together into one energetically connected unit. It is not within the scope of this book to describe in detail all the pathways of each viscus's channel or how they interrelate, but in our discussion of specific symptoms in the following chapter, we will refer to certain channel routes to describe why certain symptoms appear in specific parts of the body.