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Gallbladder Deficiency isn’t a syndrome that usually arises from external causes. It’s more a constitutional matter, meaning that you develop it either from your genes or in the womb, or from an upbringing that prevents you from asserting yourself.
It may have a nutritional basis if the diet has been very deficient: long-term Blood deficiency also weakens the Gallbladder.
The following symptoms arise because in Chinese medicine, the Gallbladder has a unique and important role in both the physical AND mental health of the individual.
Before reading further, if you haven't done so already, do first read up about the Gallbladder.
Acupuncture can treat this when treatment is supported by the right support for the individual. She or he needs a loving and encouraging environment, and given this with good nutrition and educational help can become much stronger mentally.
People like this may need help learning to govern their emotions: exercise, competitive sports and meditation can all help.
Usually, they don't like competitive sports, because their eye-hand co-ordination is poor (the Gallbladder in Chinese medicine has a major impact on eyesight), because they aren't good at taking quick decisions, and also because they fear failure. But actually, with encouragement, they can learn to enjoy competitive sports and as they improve it reduces their Gallbladder deficiency!
However, the competitive sports they might consider should not be those where there is strong physical contact. Better to try badminton, hockey, table tennis or tennis for example than rugby or football, judo or karate.
The main thing is that there should be someone against whom they are playing, to whose actions they have to react quickly. So this excludes skiing and running, for example.
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Meditation has to be practised regularly to achieve results. In time, practising meditation brings many benefits, including self-awareness, courage and objectivity. Even if you do it for just a few minutes daily, but you do it every day, you will see results, often in just a few days.
Acupuncture points that support this include several specific points for the Gallbladder and other points chosen for their effect on the Spirit or for their role in strengthening Blood or the Water element, the Mother element for Wood. Moxa is often great for Gallbladder deficiency: it warms, it strengthens Yang energy, and eventually may help to fortify courage!
Here are some points that might help, along with the other suggestions above. However, there are many other points that an acupuncturist would consider, some of them more appropriate, depending on the circumstances and health of the patient.
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