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Keep good Yang Qi foot of Dazhui


Expert interviewed: Wei Dan, chief physician of acupuncture and moxibustion of Hubei Hospital of traditional Chinese Medicine

In our body, there is a very important part of "terrain", which is called "the crossroads of human body" in traditional Chinese medicine. It plays a connecting role. It is Dazhui point at the back of the neck.

Wei Dan, chief physician of acupuncture and moxibustion of Hubei Provincial Hospital of traditional Chinese medicine, said Dazhui point is an important site for Yang Qi rising and is also the first pass to prevent wind cold from entering the body.There are three pairs of hand three yang meridians, six in total, and three pairs of foot three yang meridians.These six pairs of twelve yang meridians intersect with the governor vessel (governor of Yang Qi of the human body) at Dazhui acupoint, running the acquired Yang Qi of the human body, warming and unblocking the whole body, and running the congenital Qi.Dazhui point is blocked and Qi and blood can not be on the head, which will cause dizziness, headache, insomnia, forgetfulness and other discomfort.Will also cause left and right shoulder blood vessels blocked, shoulder periarthritis, hand numbness, shoulder muscle strain and other problems followed.How to identify the patency of the great vertebrae, a simple method is: if you always feel stiff neck, sometimes there is some pain, you should be alert.

The method of daily maintenance of Dazhui is very simple – massage Dazhui point with thumb or palm 200 times a day.If there is a protuberance at the Dazhui, which is commonly known as "Wealth Package", you should seek medical treatment for acupuncture and moxibustion in time.What needs to be reminded is that long-time desk workers are high-risk groups with large vertebral stasis. Such people should always keep correct sitting posture. Computers or reading equipment can be properly lifted to avoid long-term bow.

(our reporter Wang Shuai)

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