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Chinese Yin-Yang Theory and disease treatment

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Yin-Yang Theory:The Yin-Yang Theory states the relationship between the two polar forces, or concepts, prevalent in the universe. The concept of Yin-Yang is probably the single most important & distinctive theory in TCM. It could be said that all TCM physiology, pathology and treatment can eventually be explained by the relationship between the forces of Yin and Yang. Disease patterns may be described as being "Excess Yin" or "Excess Yang"; "Deficient Yin" or Deficient Yang". Treatment principles would then be to disperse Yin or disperse Yang, or to supplement Yin or to supplement Yang. Treatment might entail the use of Asian Bodywork Therapy, Acupuncture, or Chinese Herbal Therapy.

Literally translated as "the shady side of the mountain", Yin is one of the two fundamental polar forces that organise the universe. Yin manifests as substance, darkness, coldness, and quiescence. It includes the material substance of the body, which includes tissue, blood, fluid, and internal secretions. The lack of Yin energy manifests as Heat and Dryness.

The Yin Organs (Spleen, Lungs, Heart, Kidneys, and Liver) store the Vital Substances (Qi, Blood, Fluids, Jing, and Shen). For the specific functions of the Yin Organs, please see "The Organ Meridians Functions and Dysfunctions" under "Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)".

Literally translated as "the sunny side of the mountain", Yang is one of the two fundamental polar forces that organise the universe. Yang manifests as form, light, warmth, and activity. It includes the functional activity of the body, and the generation of metabolic heat. The lack of Yang energy manifests in Cold and Dampness.

The Yang Organs transform matter, liberate essence, transport substance and discharge waste. The Yang Organs are the Gall Bladder (receives and releases bile), the Small Intestines (receives and transports digestate), the Stomach (receives, ripens, and transforms food and fluids), the Large Intestines (receives and releases solid waste), and the Bladder (receives and releases liquid waste).
 

YIN - YANG CORRESPONDENCES

GENERAL / UNIVERSAL:

BODY STRUCTURE:

YIN

YANG

YIN

YANG

Moon/Water

Sun/Fire

Front

Back

Rest

Activity

Interior

Exterior

Dark/Hidden

Light/Revealed

Inferior

Superior

Matter/Contracting

Energy/Expanding

Organs

Skin/Muscles

Descending

Rising

Medial

Lateral

 

ORGAN MERIDIANS

DIAGNOSTIC PATTERNS

YIN

YANG

YIN

YANG

Lungs

Large Intestine

Internal

External

Spleen

Stomach

Cold

Hot

Heart

Small Intestine

Deficiency

Excess

Kidneys

Bladder

Chronic

Acute

Pericardium

Triple Warmer

 

Liver

Gall Bladder

 

 

CONSTITUTIONAL / CLINICAL PATTERNS

YIN

YANG

Chronic disease/Gradual Onset

Acute disease/Rapid Onset

Sleepiness, Low Energy, Lethargic

Restlessness, High Energy, Hyper

Pale face

Red face

Weak voice, dislikes talking

Loud voice, talks a lot

Shallow, weak breathing

Course breathing

Loose stools

Constipation

Pale tongue / wet

Red tongue / yellow coat

Slow pulse

Rapid pulse

Likes to be covered

Throws off bedclothes

Likes to curl up

Likes to be stretched

 

PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

Generation of:

Process of:

Blood, Lymph, Hormones,

Circulation, Secretion, Discharge,

Mucus, Urine, Perspiration,

Peristalsis, Pulsation, Metabolism,

Nutrient Substance, Collagen, Fat

Respiration

 

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