The liver is “dead” fast
The liver is “dead” fast
People often regard temper temper as a person’s personality traits. In fact, from the point of view of traditional Chinese medicine, people with bad temper and easy to get angry and angry often have liver dysfunction and even organic disease.
Traditional Chinese medicine will be classified as “liver fire.”
”Liver fire” can be divided into “virtual” and “real”.
“A real fire” means that the liver is flaming, mostly due to long-term depression, emotional uneasiness, liver qi stagnation, and depression and fire.
In addition to irritability and irritability, it often manifests as dizziness and pain, red face, red mouth, mouth and mouth dry, or flank pain on both sides of the chest, constipation, short urine, poor sleep.
”Virtual fire” refers to the normal yang of the liver, but the yin and blood deficiency, so that the liver and yang are relatively strong.
This is often caused by anger and injury to the liver, qi stagnation and fire, burning heat and liver and kidney yin blood, or due to excessive sexual intercourse, old liver and kidney yin deficiency, liver yang hemiplegia.
In addition to the symptoms similar to “real fire”, there are also signs of yin deficiency such as waist and knees, top-heavy and light feet.
”Liver fire” is easy to make people angry, and anger is very serious to the body.
Foreign scientists have done an experiment, put the white mouse in the gas exhaled when the person is angry, and found that the white mouse soon died of poisoning!
So how can we improve this situation?
First of all, you must adjust your emotions.
Emotions are closely related to “liver fire”. Bad emotional stimuli can cause liver damage, and liver damage can increase emotional imbalance.
Therefore, in order to fundamentally correct this situation, we must learn to adjust our emotions autonomously, treat people and things around us with a tolerant and peaceful attitude, and actively respond to the hardships of life.
The second is to form a good living habit, to sleep enough, and to sleep well.
Some people think that as long as 8 hours of sleep is enough, in fact, more important is the sleep time and quality.
In the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, the working hours of the liver are from 11:00 in the evening to 1 in the morning. If you do not sleep at this time, it will make the workload too large, and damage the liver over time.
The third is to eat properly.
Eat more protein foods such as eggs, milk, chicken, duck, fish, shrimp and fine meat, and eat more fresh vegetables and fruits rich in vitamins; drink should be a variety of fresh juices, yogurt, corn juice, etc.It is good for the liver, and all kinds of alcohol should be as little or as little as possible.