11Aug Acupuncture and chronic fatigue syndrome: The theoretical basis for from bladder meridian of foot-taiyang Comments are closedPosted by

The theoretical basis for chronic fatigue syndrome from bladder meridian of foot-taiyang.

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Yao F, Zhao Y, Jiang S, Fang M.


The bladder meridian of foot-taiyang is considered as key of six meridians and the yang of the yang, which is the pivot of transportation for qi and blood in the meridians and zang-fu. The running route and treatment characteristic of bladder meridian is closely related with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). The bladder meridian belongs to brain and connects with governor vessel, which has a close relationship with zang-fu function, quality of sleep and fatigue. Besides, the running route of bladder meridian is highly consistent with the surface projections of important anatomical structures such as muscle, nerve and sympathetic trunk, etc. Therefore, regulating the meridian-qi of bladder meridian can harmonize five-zang and calm the mind, but also effectively relieve physical and mental fatigue in CFS.


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