60% of Women Suffer Menstrual Syndrome!
Menstrual headaches, chest tightness, gas knots, menstrual pain, blood clots, depression, edema... You may be a patient of "menstrual syndrome"!
Female hormones are invisible and intangible, but they greatly affect the health of women of all ages. From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine, the hormonal imbalance leads to menstrual syndrome, and regulating the liver meridian is a shortcut to cure! The health of a woman's life focuses on nourishing qi and blood, soothing the liver and regulating qi, nourishing the inner abdomen, which can effectively prevent gynecological diseases, bid farewell to the menstrual syndrome, and prevent the menopausal syndrome.
"The "Liver Meridian" is not adjusted and the menstrual period is not smooth!PMS is the most common troubling problem affecting reproductive women, with an incidence of more than 60%. It affects the quality of life of women during the menstrual period, and also affects the psychological level."
PMS is mainly a manifestation of "liver stagnation". Women are born with physical hardships, including menstruation, pregnancy, and breastfeeding, which will deplete yin blood. If coupled with staying up late, and long-term stress, it will deplete yin blood even more.
Symptoms include headache, abdominal pain, bloating, breast tenderness, constipation, fatigue headache, stagnation of gas, menstrual pain, blood clots, edema, and other symptoms. Emotional irritability, anxiety, sleep disturbance, forgetfulness, inability to concentrate, etc.
Western medicine believes that it is related to the abnormality of hormones such as progesterone and estrogen, and neurotransmitters in the brain. Treatment is generally based on symptom relief, such as pain relievers.
Chinese medicine believes that treatment is at the root, conditioning the constitution, and rooting out the cause. Premenstrual syndrome is mainly related to the function of the "liver" and the disorder of "liver meridian".
The main cause of PMS is liver depression!
Migraine is closely related to the liver meridian!
Normal Work, Rest, & TCM Conditioning
Usually, it is recommended to adjust in the way of "internal adjustment and external treatment".
Regular life and rest, the development of exercise habits, try not to eat cold food during the physiological period!
The time for the Liver Meridian to travel is from 1 am to 3 am, so be sure to fall asleep at this time, so that the liver and gallbladder can be detoxified and the body can get the rest it deserves.
If you are easy to wake up at this time, you should also pay more attention. Before going to bed, the exercise to clear the meridians and the herbal conditioning formula to help sleep is a very good internal and external treatment to improve sleep quality.
For the conditioning prescriptions of traditional Chinese medicine, the most commonly used daily prescriptions include Bupleurum, Angelica, Astragalus, Ligustrum lucidum, and Poria.
- Bupleurum can soothe the liver, regulate qi and relieve depression.
- Angelica has the function of nourishing blood.
- Huang Qi can nourish qi and blood.
- Ligustrum lucidum can nourish the kidney and nourish the yin, and Poria has the effect of calming the heart and eliminating edema.
This recipe can be used in health care for a long time to help our body activate blood and remove stasis, replenish qi and nourish the blood, soothe the liver and regulate qi, and eliminate edema.
In the evening, it focuses on soothing the mind, nourishing the heart, protecting the liver, and detoxifying.
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Internal medicine, combined with the movement of dredging the meridians and self-acupoint massage, can treat premenstrual syndrome and adjust hormones in a long-term and thorough manner. Teacher Maggie's meridian exercise series focuses on the corresponding exercise exercises for each meridian, and explains key acupoints, which are practical in every day of life! Welcome to click to learn more.
Meridians and acupuncture points to open up the whole body.
To relieve premenstrual syndrome, 4 meridians and acupoints relieve discomfort, reconcile Qi and blood, and relieve depression.
There are "4 points" commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine, namely "Hegu" at the tiger's mouth of the palm, and "Taichong" between the first and second toes of the instep, one on the left and one on the left, a total of 4 points. The whole body air is more smooth.
In addition, the 2-inch "Neiguan" on the horizontal stripes of the wrist has the effect of calming the nerves and calming the mind; the "Sanyinjiao" on the inner side of the calf is the intersection of the three yin meridians of the liver, spleen and kidney, and is an important gynecological point. If you have a headache, you can press "Fengchi, Temple"; if you are prone to edema, you can press "Taixi", and if you have abdominal distension, you can press "Zusanli". Press each point for about 3 to 5 minutes until there is a slight soreness.
Activating blood and removing blood stasis, relieving symptoms and relieving pain, nourishing qi and nourishing blood, nourishing the inner abdomen, preventing gynecological diseases, Li's Royal Recipe will take care of you in all aspects!
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