The Benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Tui Na, actually meaning to touch and hold, is an ancient form of Oriental Massage which uses rhythmic, directional pressure techniques across the major muscle groups to facilitate muscle balance and lubrication, as well as to relieve strain and stiffness in the muscles. The palms are held or pushed in the front of the person while calming the various pressure points on the surface of the human body working with the elbows, elbows, and fingers. The motions can be deep and slow or fast and jerky. The purpose behind this kind of massage is to not just to relax the muscles but also to excite them to increase the circulation of blood and lymph through the various channels. Tui Na is often utilized to deal with a vast selection of health care conditions, including sports injuries, neck pain, shoulder pain, headaches, migraines, menstrual cramps and disorders, to mention just a couple.
One of the most significant ramifications of Tui Na is to the nervous system. According to traditional Chinese medicine, the nervous system controls the functioning of all the organs of the human body and the emotions it affects. Therefore, any disruption to this system can have a vast array of impacts on the health and energy levels of a person. During the use of pressure over the a variety of meridian channels, the tai-chi is said to increase the number of nutrients (such as potassi