Tag: prof. Fernanda Mara

Chinese Medicine and Pediatrics

Chinese Medicine and Pediatrics

Readers! Today we are going to discuss a little bit about Pediatrics and Traditional Chinese Medicine. I always receive many emails asking me if one point or the other can be used both in adults and children, if children can do acupuncture, if they have […]

Tradicional Chinese Medicine – Immunity – Part 2

Tradicional Chinese Medicine – Immunity – Part 2

Hello Readers!- In the last text I wrote about the reasons why certain situations harm our immunity. Now is the time to write a text about how we can improve our immunity with the resources that Chinese Medicine offers us: Acupuncture Points – World Acupuncture Federation Guidelines […]

Tradicional Chinese Medicine – Immunity – Part 1

Tradicional Chinese Medicine – Immunity – Part 1

Good morning Readers In times of pandemic, there is an urgent discussion on how we can improve our immunity to prevent the spread of opportunistic diseases. Everyone knows that maintaining a good diet, sleeping well, avoiding emotional stress and engaging in moderate physical activity are […]

Collective hysteria and warmth of the heart

Collective hysteria and warmth of the heart

Good morning Readers!    Today we are going to talk about extreme anxiety. Of uncontrolled mental agitation. You may have heard someone say that the world is getting more complicated every day. That people are increasingly anxious. Or worse … are you saying and feeling […]

Anemia in Tradicional Chinese Medicine

Anemia in Tradicional Chinese Medicine

Hello readers,     Today we are going to talk a little bit about anemia. Anemia is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the condition in which the hemoglobin content in the blood is below normal as a result of the lack of […]

Envy in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Envy in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Hello guys! Today we are going to talk about an interesting subject: Envy! According to the dictionary, envy is the desire to own a good that belongs to the other. It is a feeling of inferiority and disgust at the happiness of the other. It […]

Depression and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Depression and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Good morning readers! In response to several requests, today I am going to write a little about a disease that scares many people: Depression. For Western Medicine, Depression is a chronic and recurrent psychiatric illness that produces a change in mood characterized by profound and […]

Adult Asthma in Chinese Medicine

Adult Asthma in Chinese Medicine

Hello Readers! Today I am here to write a little about adult asthma from the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine. For Western Medicine, asthma is characterized by a partial obstruction of airflow in the bronchial tree. This is caused by a temporary narrowing of the […]

Rhinitis According to Tradicional Chinese Medicine

Rhinitis According to Tradicional Chinese Medicine

Good morning readers Today our subject is Rhinitis! Rhinitis is an inflammation of the lining of the nose that can have several causes, such as a cold weather, a change in temperature, and most of the time, an allergic reaction. Rhinitis is characterized by symptoms […]

Hyperhidrosis In Tradicional Chinese Medicine

Hyperhidrosis In Tradicional Chinese Medicine

Good morning Readers Today we are going to talk a little about the view of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis is a condition that causes excessive sweating, in which patients can sweat a lot even at rest. According to Western Medicine, sweating is a […]