Traditional Chinese Medicine – Your way to a healthy life – notes from interview with dr Grażyna Rogulska
In the Interviews tab, here , you will find an interview with Dr. Grażyna Rogulska – a specialist in internal medicine and at the same time a specialist in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Below are the 5 most important points I have learned from this conversation.
A human being is part of one great whole. Each of our organs is connected to specific tissues and emotions as well as exposed to certain external factors (e.g. atmospheric conditions, life style). Both internal and external factors should be taken into account when evaluating our health.
Each organ has its circadian rhythm and hence the time when it reaches its maximum capabilities and when its activity is minimal. For example, the stomach reaches its maximum efficiency between 7:00 and 9:00 am and a minimum between 7:00 and 9:00 pm, whereas the spleen and pancreas (our metabolism) reaches maximum efficiency between 9:00 and 11:00 am and a minimum between 9:00 and 11:00 pm.
Prolonged and chronic stress causes energy blockages and can cause cycle disorders, uterine blockages, breast cysts, as well as thyroid nodules in women.
Garlic and onion intensify ailments under stress.
Acupuncture restores balance in the body. It is particularly effective in treating menstrual cycle disorders, digestive tract problems, migraine, sinusitis and all types of pain.
If you want to learn more, be sure to listen to the entire interview – available here.