Heart Health

According to its clinical manifestations, arrhythmia is categorized as "xin ji" (palpitation), "zheng chong" (severe palpitation), "xuan yun" (dizziness), "yue jue" (syncope) in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). TCM is especially effective in the treatment of Arrhythmia because of its careful differentiation of the various types.Descriptions of a few of the more commonly diagnosed types of Arrhythmia in Chinese medicine follow.

Asthenia of the Heart and Gallbladder: Palpitation, susceptibility to fright, restlessness, insomnia and dreaminess, light-colored tongue with white fur, taut and thin pulse.

Interior disturbance of Phlegm-fire: Palpitation and chest oppression, restlessness and susceptibility to rage, insomnia and sturbed sleep, dry stool and brown urine, red tongue with yellow and greasy fur, slippery and rapid pulse.

Insufficiency of Heart Blood: Palpitation and dizziness, lusterless complexion, lassitude, amnesia and insomnia, light red tongue with thin and white fur, thin and weak pulse or slow pulse with irregular intervals and slow regular intermittent pulse.

Stagnation of Blood in Collaterals: Palpitation and shortness of breath ,stabbing pain in the chest, or cyanotic lips and nails, purplish tongue or tongue with ecchymoses, thin and unsmooth pulse or slow pulse with irregular intervals and slow regular intermittent pulse.

Inactivation of Heart Yang: Palpitation, dizziness, cold body and limbs, chest oppression and shortness of breath, edema and scanty urine, light-colored and bulgy tongue or with purplish appearance, thin and white tongue fur and slow pulse with irregular intervals and slow regular intermittent pulse.

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