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Note: Most information in this section requires an understanding of methods of diagnosis and treatment in Chinese medicine and should not be used for the treatment itself. Nous vous recommandons de consulter un acupuncteur agr dans votre rgtcmwell.com

Note: Most information in this section requires an understanding of methods of diagnosis and treatment in Chinese medicine and should not be used for the treatment itself. Nous vous recommandons de consulter un acupuncteur agr dans votre rg...


Note: Most information in this section requires an understanding of methods of diagnosis and treatment in Chinese medicine and should not be used for the treatment itself. Nous vous recommandons de consulter un acupuncteur agréé dans votre région pour vous aider. It is also interesting to note that the TCM diagnoses and related treatment methods listed here are one of many ways to diagnose and treat this condition.


Conditions treated with Chinese Medicine section has treatment information for a wide range of conditions. Chinese Medicine is used clinically for the treatment of tinnitus and ear related problems. Our discussion of tinnitus first look at the condition of a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) perspective. We discuss the signs, symptoms and TCM diagnoses commonly found in people suffering from tinnitus. Treatment protocols for acupuncture are offered for each condition along with Tong Ren Therapy, Herbal and Lifestyle / Self-Help considerations. Each section also includes information related to Western medicine in the state as well as information for further research.


Tinnitus / ringing in ears


For musicians, for example, it may seem that the noise is caused by exposure to loud music, but in reality the cause is probably due to constantly work late nights. TCM understands that when the body is forced to work and be active at night, especially after midnight when it is natural for the body to rest, he spends many times more double or triple the amount of energy it does during the day. It's like swimming against the current. When you live like that over a period of time, you are continuously "spend" your kidney Qi. Once it drops below a certain level, your body sends a signal it triggers a sort of alarm, and it's ringing in the ears. This is the body's attempt to say "I need a refill, the tank empties."

If the ear is not a physical problem, as demonstrated by tests that show that there is no actual damage to the ear, tinnitus or ringing in the ears of sounds is related to what traditional medicine Chinese (TCM) calls a loss of function. This is an "energy" problem. In theory, the element of TCM Five ear is considered the "gateway" or the opening of the kidney. Another way to put this concept is that the ear is a kind of kidney "energy detector." If your Kidney energy (called "Qi" in Chinese, and pronounced chee) is flawed, like a smoke detector in the house when there is smoke or fire, your ears (one or both) will have a his. The louder and longer the duration of the sound, the higher your kidney energy is. Sometimes people who experience this problem a decrease in the intensity or duration of time that is present when they sleep well and are more rested.





The real solution to this problem is to change your lifestyle. Ultimately if you do not change, all along the line things will only get worse. Kidney energy is what powers the body and not enough, all your organs will eventually suffer, they are interrelated and interdependent. If this problem is taken then it is not too serious, you can regenerate your energy and accumulate. Just take some time. The energy of the kidney can be compared to money: it is difficult to save money, it's easy to spend.

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