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How does TCM diagnose and treat autonomic disorders?

Time:2023-02-06 06:58:29 author:Public activities Read:395次
How does TCM diagnose and treat autonomic disorders?

Autonomic nerve disorder is a non-organic neurological disease. Autonomic nervous disorder is the name of Western medicine, which is caused by the breakdown of the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves of the human body. In traditional Chinese medicine, autonomic nervous disorder is called consumptive fatigue or depression, which is mainly caused by the poor circulation of qi and blood, and the stagnation of liver qi cannot be relieved. Autonomic nervous disorder is mostly caused by one's own emotions. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the cause of autonomic nervous disorder is nothing more than two aspects: internal and external factors. External factors are mainly long-term strong mental stimulation, life and work pressure, insufficient ability to adapt to the environment, and personality reasons, etc.; internal factors are mainly caused by visceral dysfunction, which is the over- or insufficient performance of the internal organs. Traditional Chinese medicine talks about the seven emotions, and the restlessness of the seven emotions is one of the main reasons for the disorder of the autonomic nervous system, which in turn causes damage to the five internal organs, resulting in the failure of various functions of the body to function normally. In Chinese medicine, joy hurts the heart, anger hurts the liver, thinking hurts the spleen, sadness hurts the lungs, and fear hurts the kidneys. Different emotions correspond to different organs. The seven emotions are different reflections of human beings on objective things. Within the normal range of activities, they generally do not cause diseases. Only sudden strong or long-lasting emotional stimulation, which exceeds the normal physiological activity range of the human body, makes the human body's qi disorder, and the zang-fu organs, yin and yang, qi and blood are out of balance, which will lead to the occurrence of autonomic nervous system disorders. There are many symptoms of autonomic disorder, involving the whole body, and the symptoms of each patient may be different. If some of the following symptoms appear, it is likely to be caused by autonomic disorders, and you must seek medical attention in time. 1. Sleep disorders When the patient's cerebral nerves are abnormal, it has a great impact on sleep. The patient will have difficulty falling asleep, dreamy, and easy to wake up. It is difficult to enter a state of deep sleep, and it feels like waking up every day. Feeling very tired, memory loss, unresponsiveness, and stupidity may also occur at the same time. 2. Abnormal mood When the autonomic nervous disorder occurs, the patient's brain cannot be in a calm state, and it is very easy to be in a bad mood. I always feel that when others are talking, it is very noisy, I don't want to hear any sound, and my mood becomes abnormally irritable, and I always get angry because of a little thing. Emotions are easy to be in a negative state, feeling very irritable and not interested in anything. 3. Gastrointestinal dysfunction All nerves in the human body are connected. When the patient's autonomic nerve is abnormal, it will also lead to gastrointestinal disorders, resulting in poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, follow-up, hiccups, heartburn , foreign body sensation in the throat and other symptoms. 4. Cardiac neurosis When the autonomic nervous system is disordered, the patient's cardiac sympathetic nerve will be in an abnormally excited state, which will cause the patient to experience symptoms such as chest tightness, shortness of breath, palpitations, and arrhythmia, and the patient will feel that he cannot breathe. It felt like a big stone was pressed in my heart, but the patient went for an examination, but there was no organic problem. For autonomic disorders, it is recommended that patients adopt traditional Chinese medicine for conditioning treatment. First of all, compared with Western medicine, traditional Chinese medicine has fewer side effects, and traditional Chinese medicine is based on the individual situation of the patient, one person, one side, targeted drug treatment, which can fundamentally solve the patient's problem. If you have any questions that you don't understand, you can click on my avatar to follow me, and send me a private message, and I will reply one by one after I see it. Welcome to the public account "Autonomic Nervous Disorder" for more health science knowledge. See you next time.

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