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By Hamid Montakab

ISBN-10: 3131543310

ISBN-13: 9783131543318

Insomnia and similar sleep problems difficulty 10-40% of the grownup inhabitants or even as much as 25% of kids, affecting alertness and reminiscence, inflicting emotional and actual fatigue, and placing the person at elevated chance for melancholy, heart problems, high blood pressure and different well-being risks. Acupuncture for Insomnia: Sleep and desires in chinese language Medicine provides a powerful therapy for continual and acute sleeplessness utilizing healing suggestions from either TCM in addition to classical chinese language medication.

Special Features:

  • Provides complete historical past at the body structure, motives, and therapy of sleep problems, drawing key parallels among recommendations of Western and chinese language medication
  • Classifies all acupuncture issues that have an effect on sleep to aid in settling on the main acceptable remedy on your sufferer
  • Offers an in depth research of sleep in chinese language drugs to provide you an entire knowing of the energetics of sleep and wakefulness
  • Analyzes the importance of desires in chinese language drugs and the way goals might be skillfully built-in right into a sufferers therapy

Written from the original standpoint of a doctor who's additionally expert in TCM and classical acupuncture, this e-book provides a number of case examples, and an up to date assessment of medical reviews on chinese language medication and sleep. it's an important reference for all acupuncture practitioners who supply optimum remedy to sufferers with insomnia, sleep issues, and different sleep pathologies.

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It is said that blood contains consciousness. According 19 20 2 Sleep in Chinese Medicine ● H E A V E N M A N Po Shen Mental– spiritual level Yi Zhi Hun Cogitation Joy, excitement Anger Sadness Emotional level Fear Finally, how we feel about a person or situation relates to the lung and po, and disconnection, whereas feeling disconnected or rejected relates to the pericardium According to Chinese texts, blood stores both shen and hun, hence the importance of blood in the physiology of sleep. Blood vacuity therefore affects the shen and the hun and may cause sleep disturbances involving difficulty falling asleep.

In the Daoist tradition, sleep is a preparation for death, and restless sleep forebodes a restless death: Wei qi Ying qi Yuan qi Jing jin (sinew channels) = process of relaxation Luo mai (connecting channels) = PC luo / KI luo SP great luo / GV luo / CV luo Jing bie (divergent channels) Fig. 5 The inward movement of wei qi and the collateral channels. solutions or resolutions. In the absence of any emotional issues to process, wei qi moves back to the primary channels. Sleep is then restful and one wakes up rested and rejuvenated.

This process involves the secondary or collateral channels, particularly the luo (connecting channels) (Fig. 5). As described by Master Yuen, the return of wei qi to the ying level involves the luo mai, in particular the pericardium luo, which moves to the chest, and the kidney luo, which returns to the lower abdomen. Three other luo help bring back the wei qi to the yuan, the spleen great luo and the luo of the ren mai (conception vessel) and du mai (governing vessel). As the luo are heavily involved with the blood and shen, they act as a buffer system and manage our emotional responses to the world.

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