In Chinese Medicine how are nerves and nervousness treated?

I know I am nervous and have nervous problems. I also do not join the emotional side of ‘me’ together and seem very professional when I am really chewing my inside.

My question is How are these ailments treated in Chinese medicine?

What acupoints are used and why?

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2 Responses to “In Chinese Medicine how are nerves and nervousness treated?”

  1. Isa said:

    According to traditional Chinese medical theory, acupuncture points are situated on meridians along which qi, the vital energy, flows. There is no known anatomical or histological basis for the existence of acupuncture points or meridians.

    Modern acupuncture texts present them as ideas that are useful in clinical practice. According to the NIH consensus statement on acupuncture, these traditional Chinese medical concepts “are difficult to reconcile with contemporary biomedical information but continue to play an important role in the evaluation of patients and the formulation of treatment in acupuncture.

    Some people find relax with this practise but the real good medicine coming from China are the herbal remedies, yoga and meditation to fight nervousness and stress

  2. yvecox said:

    This would be treated in person. Chinese Medicine works in a holistic way ie, by treating the whole person so a complete history would be taken- that’s not possible on here.
    Have you been to your doctor with any of this? They can refer you for some kind of talking therapy or some of them have links to acupuncturists. You can find Shiatsu therapists on the net who are local to you. Or you can look for tai chi or chi gung classes- they use movements based in Chinese Medicine so will help too.




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