According to Chinese medicine, emotional shock is the cause of all illnesses

Even in ancient China, doctors knew that emotions had a strong impact on the human body.

According to Chinese medicine, the underlying cause of all  illnesses is emotions,  and  each organ has its own emotions.  The lungs are associated with sadness, the liver with anger, the kidneys with fear, the stomach with worry, and so on.

The energy is called  Chi  and it is co-dependent on the blood, so Chinese doctors say that the blood is the mother of energy and energy is the master of the blood.

The kidneys are one of the most important organs according to Chinese medicine , as they represent the basis of yin and yang and are one of the most important energy centers in our body. They are linked to the skeletal system, to hearing and to fear.  By treating the kidneys you affect all the systems.

The liver is linked to the blood, it filters the blood, and is usually treated for menstrual cycle problems in women.

Some of the symptoms of liver dysfunction appear as itching, headache, and dizziness. One of the most important functions of the liver is to ensure a continual flow of energy through our body, but also to  maintain the flow of our thoughts.  If the liver is functioning properly, there shouldn’t be any stress or pressure. People with healthy livers are calm, make decisions easily, and make good leaders.

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The first liver imbalance signs  are related to  anger, irritability, stubbornness, anxiety, bitterness, violence .. . If these emotions are not expressed and channeled, they can lead to depression or frequent mood swings. There are also a number of physical symptoms that indicate an  imbalance in the liver.

The most common symptoms of this syndrome are  menstrual problems, fatigue, tension, stiffness of the body, rib pain, allergies, etc.

How and why emotional shocks happen

Emotions are capable of causing different illnesses , even in strong people. They just need to hit the most sensitive spot on the body to cause dysfunction. We call them  psychosomatic illnesses or ‘illnesses of the mind’.

We cannot always avoid stressful situations, we are forced to face and try to overcome them. People use different strategies focused on problem solving.

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Otherwise, people turn to emotionally driven coping strategies, which help reduce the stressful experience.

The worst thing to do is to avoid the confrontation which in the long run increases stress levels and accelerates the development of the disease. Psychosomatic illnesses can be defined as  illnesses induced by stress, with permanent damage to the systems and organs of the body.

A team of doctors and psychologists concluded that “love and suffering go through the heart”. However, other organs of the human body are not immune to “attacks of the soul.” “

This means that a ”  wounded soul  ” most often affects the cardiovascular, respiratory and digestive systems. But often the visible parts of the body are also exposed to  “strong attacks of the soul” , such as, for example, the skin on the chest, back and arms.

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Women are more affected than men

Women are more often victims of  various psychosomatic illnesses . However, they are inclined to believe that the cause of their suffering is psychological.

The most sensitive areas of the body

The organs that are most affected by “attacks of the mind” are:

The back:  when you think that you are carrying all the burdens of the world on your back, the strongest pains and tension appear in this area.

The respiratory system:  you are unable to breathe or you are breathing heavily, you are choking and you feel something is blocking your throat, all of these symptoms are coming from the outside world and giving you clear signals. This indicates that certain people, situations or events are suffocating you.

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The heart:  it is the organ that is most strongly linked to our emotional life and to survival in certain situations. When you are getting ready for a date, your heart is pounding, and when you are in the company of a loved one, you feel like your heart is going to come out of your chest.

The digestive system:  Introverted and introspective people have big problems with the digestive system. Especially those who have problems communicating with others most often suffer from  gastritis or ulcer.

The skin:  Rashes, pimples or spots on the face show that a person “doesn’t feel good about themselves. Often times, different skin conditions indirectly indicate that we want to reject certain people or the situation we have in life.

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