Bladder Damp-Heat is all too common. You’ll see why when you read about who tends to get it.
Knowing the symptoms and why you get them means you can often do something about it without resorting to medication. (By the way, ‘Damp-Heat in the Bladder‘ is the same syndrome.)
The most common symptoms of Bladder Damp-Heat are:
If you are alive, you’ll have a warm body. Your nose, hands and feet might be cold but inside your body will be warm.
If disease threatens it, your body often responds with heat, because that’s what millions of years of evolution have programmed it to do. Heat has been a pretty effective response to disease all that time.
Even if invaded by Cold, a healthy body will respond with heat, and that’s what happens here.
Some of these explanations take a little getting used to and use the jargon, for example of Yin and Yang. But I hope you’ll see from this that Chinese medicine has given a huge amount of thought to the origins of disease. By recognising the causes it puts you in a strong position to identify the correct action in a given condition.
Some of the following may seem a little obvious!
In Chinese medicine, the treatment is to
Acupuncture into sacral area
Acupuncture is often very effective, and faster than herbs. But herbs keep the process going.
Also effective is homoeopathy, if you can get the right remedy.
I suggest you seek help from a professional acupuncturist, practitioner of Chinese herbalism or homoeopath: you need to know what you are doing with these therapies.
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