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The Main Principle Of Yin and Yang Syndrome Differentiation

2018-07-20 11:46

The Traditional Chinese Medicine thinks the human body is a systemic entirety and the organs are interacted in the internal circumstance, once you have some discomforts in your body ,that may be caused by the other organ’s abnormal activity.The main part of human body is composted of Yin and Yang.

Yin and yang are the general principles of the eight cardinal principles. Yin syndrome includes deficiency, interior and cold, while Yang syndrome includes excess, exterior and heat.

Yin syndrome mainly refers to deficiency-cold syndrome. Its clinical manifestations include listlessness, weakness, dim complexion, aversion to cold on four limbs, light mouth and no thirst, diarrhoea, etc. Yang syndrome mainly refers to the syndrome of excess heat. Its clinical manifestations include restlessness, constipation, fever, short breathing, short and red urine, etc.

Yin and yang damage can lead to yin deficiency or yang deficiency. The clinical manifestations of yin deficiency include hot flashes, night sweats, emaciation, low fever, five fever, weak and rapid pulse, etc. Yang deficiency is manifested as listlessness, lack of thirst in the mouth, lack of qi and laziness in the speech, fear of cold in the limbs, etc.

The development of yin deficiency or yang deficiency to a certain extent will lead to the fatal of yin or yang, which refers to the endanger of life due to excessive loss of yang qi or yin qi in the body. Fatal Yin is manifested by warm hands and feet, hot and sticky sweat, hot skin, impetuous pulse and it becomes weak when pressing. The fatal yang manifested itself as sweating profusely, sweating out cold, being in a coma, being afraid of cold, etc

At present the special natural treatment in Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditonal Chinese Medicine has adopted the principle of TCM above mentioned, and that can help kidney patients discharge large number of toxins out of body and promote the blood circulation in kidney ,then the damaged intrinsic cells can be repaired and restore their function. If you want to know more detailed information about the natural treatment please contact us through the following:

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