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  • "If there is excess qi, it becomes fire; if there is insufficient qi, it becomes cold." This statement comes from the theory of traditional Chinese medicine and may sound profound, but upon closer examination, it actually makes sense.

    Imagine, the qi in our bodies is like a flowing energy. When there is too much anger, it is like adding too much firewood in a stove, the fire naturally becomes strong and easy to ignite. On the other hand, with less energy, the body feels like it lacks sunlight and warmth, making it easy to feel cold.

    This reminds me of the feeling of winter and summer. Summer is too hot to bear, is it like the "qi" in the body is too strong? And when winter freezes and shivers, does it feel like there is not enough "qi" in the body?

    The theory of traditional Chinese medicine is truly vast and profound! I think we can learn more about traditional Chinese medicine, learn to adjust our physical condition, and maintain good health. Have you ever felt any discomfort in your body? Is there any good way to adjust it? Welcome to leave a message to share!
    “气有余便是火,气不足便成寒。” 这句话出自中医理论,听起来挺深奥的,但仔细一想,其实挺有道理。
    
    想象一下,咱们身体里的气儿,就像是一股流动的能量。气儿多了,就像火炉里柴火加多了,火势自然旺盛,容易上火。反过来,气儿少了,身体就像缺少了阳光和温暖,容易感到寒冷。
    
    这让我想起了冬天和夏天的感觉。夏天热得受不了,是不是就像身体里的“气火”太旺了?而冬天冻得瑟瑟发抖,是不是又像身体里的“气”不足了呢?
    
    中医的理论真是博大精深啊!我觉得我们可以多了解一些中医知识,学会调整自己的身体状态,保持健康。大家有没有觉得身体气儿不顺的时候呢?有没有什么好方法来调整呢?欢迎留言分享哦!

    广东·深圳
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