Avoid violent sweating in summer, otherwise the sun will be insufficient

2020-07-30 02:05:19 0 Comment 2275 views
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Summer is the season with the most yang qi. The climate is hot and vigorous. The body's yang qi is exuded, and the yin is inside. The circulation of q

Summer is the season with the most yang qi. The climate is hot and full of vitality. The human body's yang qi is outside, and the yin is inside, and the circulation of qi and blood is correspondingly vigorous and active on the surface of the body. At this time, due to greedy for cold drinks, improper diet, unreasonable abstinence, etc., it is easy to cause human yang damage and cold and other diseases. Therefore, you should pay attention to health preservation in summer:

1. In summer health preservation, you should go to bed early and get up early. Avoid profuse sweating, "over sweating" hurt Yang. 2. Most people think that in summer, when the weather is hot, you should eat raw and cold. In fact, the human body is hot outside and cold inside in summer, so you should eat warm food. Drinking cold drinks can only lower the temperature around the lips, but cannot quench thirst. Drinking hot tea promotes the relaxation of sweat glands and releases body heat, which can reduce the temperature of the skin surface.

Avoid violent sweating in summer, otherwise the sun will be insufficient

; Acidic fruits have a much better effect on promoting body fluid and quenching thirst than sweet fruits; in addition, the less clothes you wear, the cooler you will be. 3. Summer is the season of heat and evil. Yang Qi is scattered, the pores are vented, the door is opened and the air conditioner is blown to cause the wind, cold and evil to drive straight in. 4. "Suwen·Four Qi Regulating the Spirit" proposes to nourish Yang in spring and summer. It is said that in spring and summer, natural yang rises and maintains health Those who are advised to take care of the time should take care of the yang qi in the body to keep it full. At this time, any situation that depletes the yang qi and hinders the smooth flow of yang should be avoided.

Zhou Zhi, Department of Nephrology, Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region: Associate Chief Physician, Master Degree, Good at Acute and Chronic Glomerulonephritis, Nephrotic Syndrome, Chronic Renal Insufficiency, Diabetes, Prostatitis, Prostate Diagnosis and treatment of male diseases such as hyperplasia, erectile dysfunction, and male infertility.

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