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Healthy Travel|Insufficient Qi and Blood, Cold Hands and Feet

Headline Daily 2022-05-06

Thank you Toutiao Daily for sharing. I often hear that "ten girls have nine colds". Gonghan is called "kidney-yang deficiency" in traditional Chinese medicine. Tan Xiyuan, a registered TCM physician, pointed out that common symptoms include cold hands and feet, fear of cold, etc.

​ Yanyue's four steps of nourishing the palace are aimed at different physiques, and Chinese medicine is combined with reasonable curative effect to maximize the use of "diagnosis", "pressing", "warming" and "compression" at one time. Common symptoms of effective improvement of uterine cold include cold hands and feet, fear of cold, especially the lower abdomen, lower body prone to edema, poor complexion, dull skin, and weak waist and knees.

The first step: Chinese medicine consultation

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Physician Tan understands the daily physical condition of the host Sapna, sums up the situation of Sapna's liver depression, and then prescribes the right medicine.

The second step: acupoints push the belly to open the acupoints

Physician Tan uses traditional Chinese medicine warm meridian oil and abdominal massage techniques to promote the circulation of qi and blood in the abdomen, which can improve diarrhea, abdominal distension, dysmenorrhea and other problems during menstruation.


Step 3: Acupuncture


Acupuncture and moxibustion on specific acupoints according to individual physique can help regulate uterine function, regulate qi and blood, and achieve the effects of strengthening the spleen, nourishing the qi, nourishing the kidney and regulating the liver.

Step 4: Ginger moxibustion

Can improve human immunity, achieve dampness, warm meridians and collaterals, invigorate qi, enhance uterine blood circulation, and promote metabolism.

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