Wind dizziness:introduction of its pathological reasons,syndrome differentiation and common syndromes.

Syndromes of Traditional Chinese Medicine. ✵Traditional Chinese medicine has been used for thousands of years. Through thousands of years of practice, it has been proved that Chinese medicine is effective and feasible in treating diseases, preventing diseases and maintaining health. The treatment of diseases with traditional Chinese medicine has saved countless lives. The treatment of diseases in traditional Chinese medicine is macro and comprehensive.

 The theoretical system of traditional Chinese medicine is derived from and guided by long-term clinical practice. Through the analysis of the phenomenon, the internal mechanism is explored. Therefore, this unique theoretical system of traditional Chinese medicine has two basic characteristics, one is the overall-concept, the other is the dialectical treatment.

Wind Dizziness
 
 ✵Wind dizziness:also known as wind vertigo, the wind dizziness is a kind of vertigo due to wind and phlegm, and deficiency in blood and Qi, the wind pathogen flow upward and attack. In the ancient works, the wind dizziness syndrome was mainly described due to uncertainty of heart Qi, excess pathogen accumulated in the chest, thus wind flows upward and heat on the face, the heat and phlegm affect each other and generate wind, wind and fire attack and depression, thus known as wind dizziness.

Common Wind Dizziness Syndromes.
Common Wind Dizziness Syndromes. 
 ✦The common wind dizziness syndromes are introduced and recorded as:

 Wind dizziness, lost consciousness in the attack, phlegm flow out from the mouth, could not speak;

 Wind dizziness, wild talk, and staring eyes, or said seeing a ghost, chaotic in mind and consciousness;

 Wind dizziness, palpitation in the heart and slow in limbs, heat on face and head, phlegm full in heart and chest, dizziness and vertigo in head and eyes as will shaking and fall;

 Wind dizziness, vertigo in head and eyes, vexation and depression in mind, palpitation and mad;

 Wind dizziness, vertigo in head and eyes, swirling head and will fall;

 Wind dizziness, uncertainty and swirling in mind;

References:
  • 1.Wind dizziness:introduction of its pathological reasons,syndrome differentiation and common syndromes.
  • 2.Su Wen:the Plain Questions of Huangdi's Internal Classic.By 黄帝(the Yellow Emperor).
  • 3.Zhu Bing Yuan Hou Lun:the General Treatise on the Cause and Symptoms of Diseases.By 巢元方(Cháo Yuánfāng).
  • 4.Qian Jin Yao Fang:Invaluable Prescriptions.By 孙思邈(Sūn Sīmiǎo).

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