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& quot; 자궁 내막증 & quot의식이 관리; 고소 쿡

고소 쿡


사람들이 다섯 가지 맛에주의를 지불하고 그들을 잘 혼합하는 경우 "그러므로, 그들의 뼈, 숨 자신의 모공 질감에 잘 될 것입니다, 자신의 호흡과 혈액이 자유롭게 순환 것, 근육이 부드럽고 젊은 남아, 직선을 유지하며, 결과적으로한다 뼈는 삶의 본질로 가득 할 것입니다. "황제의 신성한 클래식
자궁 내막증은 자궁 내막 조직이 자궁의​​ 외부 적으로 증식하는 질환이다. 이 조직은 가장 일반적으로 장기의 표면에 결합, 복강 내에 이식한다. 그것은 성장하고 염증과 흉터의 원인, 호르몬 변화에 따라 출혈. 전형적인 증상은 월경 곤란증, 배뇨 곤란, 만성 골반 통증, 통증 성교 중에, 불임을 포함한다. 조직이 복강 외부 주입했다 고급 경우, 혈액, 및 직장 출혈 기침, 코피가 될 수있다. 병인은 알려져 있지 않지만, 가장 일반적인 이론은 자궁 내막 조직이 월경 역행 형태 나팔관을 통해 자궁 잎 및 림프계를 통해 체를 통해 전송된다는 점이다. 또 다른 이론은 상피화 조직의 유형에 복막 세포로부터 발달 것으로 가정한다. 자궁 내막증은 일반적으로 복강경 수술에 의해 얻어지는 조직 검사에 의해 진단된다. 치료는 호르몬을 조절하는 피임약의 처방에 염증 관리를위한 NSAIDS의 범위. 극단적 인 경우에는, 인공 폐경의 GnRH 작용제를 사용하여 유도 될 수있다. 조직은 일반적으로 다시 생성하지만 자궁 내막 임플란트를 제거하는 수술도, 좋습니다. 아주 극단적 인 경우에는 자궁 적출술을 수행 할 수 있습니다.
새로운 연구 프로스타글란딘 E2 (PGE2), 염증 및 면역 조절에 관여하는 시그널링 분자의 높은 수준의 상관 관계를 내막증있다. PGE2 높은 수준의 면역 시스템에 의해 이상 조직의 파괴를 방지 식세포 식균 작용을 억제한다. PGE2는 자궁 내막증 세포가 차례로 더 비정상적인 세포를 생산, 유사 분열을 자극 자신의 에스트로겐을 합성 할 수 있습니다. 종양 신생 혈관에 대해 공통적 주 마커 유전자의 수는 이러한 셀들에 공통이다.
Although dietary modification is not a common modality in the biomedical treatment of endometriosis, enriching the diet with natural PGE2 inhibitors and anti-angiogenic foods is a logical step. The Angiogenesis Foundation’s website lists a number of these foods: turmeric, broccoli, cinnamon, green tea, blueberries, pineapple, garlic, ginger, and red wine, to name a few.  New research also suggests that eliminating trans-fats and increasing Omega-3 consumption can both reduce risk of developing endometriosis and ameliorate its symptoms.  Omega-3 fatty acids are a vital component of prostaglandin E1, which inhibits PGE2.  Bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapple, has demonstrated anti-inflammatory and tumor-fighting abilities and may also prove useful . Regular exercise and stress reduction techniques can also help, both by boosting immune response and by modulating pain through endorphin release. Because of its non-invasive nature, Chinese medicine is becoming more and more well-known for its treatment of chronic diseases.  Diagnosis is performed through methodical questioning, careful palpation of the pulse and body, and inspection of the tongue.  Diseases are typically categorized according to temperature, location in the body, type of pathogenic influence, and organ system. Treatment is based on the “Four Pillars:” acupuncture, herbal therapy, diet, and exercises such as qi gong and tai ji. According to Bob Flaws’ book Endometriosis, Infertility, & Traditional Chinese Medicine, modern Chinese medicine divides endometriosis into four main categories according to symptoms: qi stagnation and blood stasis, accumulation of cold causing blood stasis, heat congestion with blood stasis, and qi and blood vacuity with blood stasis.  Qi is an ephemeral substance that powers the body. The functions of qi are to activate, warm, defend, transform, and contain.  It provides the force behind the body’s metabolism and growth, sustains the immune system, regulates the production of blood and other bodily substances, and maintains the circulatory system, both by propelling the blood through the body and by restraining the blood within the vessels. When the body’s equilibrium is disturbed, either by external causes such as contagious disease or by internal causes such as emotional turmoil, the qi can become stagnant or weak. Such a disruption inevitably results in disease. Blood is formed by the interaction of qi and the nutrients received from food, water, and air. It has an interdependent relationship with qi. Qi is the commander of the blood, and blood is the mother of qi.  Blood can become static, hot, cold, or deficient, usually in combination. The body is seen as an equilibrium of yin and yang. If the body is thought of as an machine, yin would be the oil that cools and lubricates the moving parts while yang is the gasoline whose fiery combustion powers the movement of the engine. Qi is primarily yang, blood is primarily yin. Each balances the other and keeps it in check, as well as containing a seed other the other within itself. If the yin and yang become unbalanced, heat or cold can develop within the organs.
There are three main organs involved in gynecological disorders: the Liver, the Spleen, and the Kidneys. The Liver in Chinese medicine is the organ responsible for governing the free flow of qi within the body.   It stores the blood and controls the amount of blood released into the vessels.  The Spleen regulates digestive function. It transforms food and water into qi and blood and distributes them throughout the body. It is said to hold the organs in place and prevent prolapse. It also prevents the blood from leaving the vessels.  The Kidneys are said to store the essential qi that serves as the substrate for all bodily functions as well as to house the ministerial fire that controls the metabolism of water throughout the body. The first diagnosis, qi stagnation and blood stasis, represents a disruption of Liver function. The Liver is especially susceptible to stress, which causes a sort of internal “traffic jam.” When the qi can’t circulate properly, the blood also becomes sluggish.  The blood can also become static from trauma causing obstruction in the vessels or from use of birth control medications, which prevent menstrual blood from being fully discharged. Static blood  can in turn cause the qi to back up and become stagnant. Symptoms of stagnant qi and blood are lower abdominal distention, lower abdominal crampy pain, premenstrual breast distention, a stuffy, tight chest… stabbing, sharp, fixed, and lancinating pain, clots in the menstrual discharge, the relief of dysmenorrhea after the passing of clots… possible palpable lumps or masses, and poking pain with intercourse. The tongue will have a dark or dusky appearance and the pulse will be wiry or choppy. Treatment will focus on moving the qi and blood. Acupuncture protocols with this aim will select from a combination of points such as: Lv 3, Sp 6, Sp 10, LI 4, Ren 3, Ren 6, St 25, Bl 25.      The second category, cold causing blood stasis, is mainly generated by an external cause. Cold can invade the body during exposure to low temperatures, through excessive consumption of cold and raw foods. However, it can also invade  when the ministerial fire of the Kidneys becomes weak, generally from severe illness, aging or prolonged overwork, as well as from a lack of Spleen yang. Symptoms include
cold, fixed pain in the lower abdomen relieved by warmth, a dark, clotty, menstrual discharge, aversion to cold… Lumps or masses may be felt on palpation of the uterus and the patient tends to be chilled.  The period may be late or excessively long and heavy. The tongue will be pale or purple with a wet coating, and the pulse will be deep and tight. If the Spleen is deficient in yang, there will be signs of digestive cold such as excessive mucus, diarrhea, loss of appetite, and vomiting. In this case the tongue coat will be thick and greasy and the pulse may be slippery. If the Kidneys are deficient in heat, there may be low back pain, sore knees, edema in the lower limbs, leukorrhea, and frequent urination. The pulse in this case may be very thin and weak. The treatment strategy is to warm the uterus, dispel cold, and move the blood.  The warming functions of the Spleen and Kidney should be strengthened as needed. Acupuncture protocols will use points such as Sp 6, Sp 10, Ren 3, Ren 4, St 28, St 36, Bl 23.     Excessive heat in the body can congeal the blood into stasis.  Stagnant qi caused by Liver dysfunction can cause friction, which turns into heat. Heat can also be generated by improper diet or by a lack of cooling yin in the organs. If the heat is a result of depressed Liver function, there will be symptoms like migraine headache, emotional lability, red and painful eyes, itchy vaginal discharge prior to menses, and painful urination. The pulse will be rapid and wiry and the tongue will be red with a yellow coating. If the heat is due to a lack of yin, the patient will experience night sweats, a sensation of heat in the palms, soles and chest, mallar flush, imsomnia, irritability, as well as possible dryness of the mucous membranes. The pulse will be rapid, wiry, and floating and the tongue will be reddish with a dry or very thin coat. The menses may be scant or early and there may be vaginal dryness . The pain will be hot and burning and there may be palpable heat and inflammation in the back and pelvic region. The treatment strategy is either to clear heat and move the blood or to clear heat, nourish yin, and move the blood. In the first case the acupuncture protocol will include a selection from Lv 2/3, LI 4, Sp 6, Sp 10, GB 26, GB 34, GB 41, Ren 3, Ren 6, Bl 18, Bl 19, St 29. For yin deficiency with stasis: Kd 3, Kd 6, Ht 5, Ren 4, Sp 6, Sp 10, St 36.     The last pattern, vacuity of qi and blood with stasis, is a particularly common and self-perpetuating cycle. The blood and qi becomes weak due to blood loss itself, poor diet, overwork, stress, or external disease; when there is not enough blood or qi for the qi to flow evenly through the vessels it causes a concurrent stasis of blood and qi, which in turn prevents the generation of more qi and blood. This pattern may be differentiated by whether the qi or the blood is more deficient. If the blood is more deficient, the period will be short and scanty or may stop altogether. The cramps will not be improved as the cycle progresses. The patient may have restless fatigue, insomnia, poor memory, heart palpitations, dry skin, hair and nails, and vertigo. If the qi is more deficient, there will be a dragging sensation in the uterus as the cycle progresses, profound fatigue, and pain made worse by activity. Both types may be accompanied by Spleen cold symptoms such as diarrhea, lack of appetite, abdominal pain during digestion, bloating, and feeling chilled.   The treatment strategy is to strengthen qi, generate new blood, and move the static blood. Acupuncture should be accompanied by moxibustion, a modality in which the dried form of the herb mugwort is burned over acupuncture points to supplement the qi and blood. Sample points are St 36, Sp 6, Lv 3, Lv 8, Ren 4, Bl 18, Bl 20.     While Chinese herbal therapy has proven extremely useful in treating endometriosis,  many patients may resist taking herbs, often for financial reasons. Dietary modification is extremely useful in these cases. It also allows the patient to recover a sense of control over their body, which can relieve the antipathy many chronic pain patients feel toward themselves.     Chinese herbal and dietary therapy are both based upon the five flavors: pungent/acrid/spicy, sour, sweet, bitter, and salty. Each flavor corresponds to one of the five elements: pungent is the flavor of metal, the element of the Lung; sour is the flavor of wood, which is the element of the Liver; bitter is the flavor of fire and the Heart; sweet is earth and the Spleen; salty is water and the Kidney. The elements follow a specific cycle in which one generates the next: wood, fire, earth, metal, water. Each element also restrains another: wood, earth, water, fire, metal. Each flavor also has an action: acrid promotes motion, sour preserves and contains, bitter drains, sweet nourishes, and salty dissolves.   Herbs and foods also have a corresponding temperature, either hot, warm, neutral, cool, or cold.  Therefore for a condition of heat from deficient yin and blood with concurrent static blood, the herbs and foods used should be sweet to nourish yin and blood, acrid to move the blood, and a balance of cooling and neutral. When using sweet foods, it is important to include ingredients that boost the digestion, primarily those that are bitter and acrid.     Foods that are said to move the blood include adzuki beans, black beans, peaches (both the fruit and the kernel within the pit), hawthorn berries, chestnuts, chives and green onions, eggplant, chili peppers, brown sugar, cinnamon, wine, acrid spices like cumin, coriander, and turmeric, and vinegar. Foods that move stagnant qi and soothe the Liver include oranges, carrots, plums, greens, celery, and vinegar. Herbs and seasonings that move Liver qi include onions, basil, bay leaf, cardamom, cumin, rosemary mint, and lemon balm. Raw and sprouted foots can also restore function to a stagnant Liver, especially when there are heat signs present.   Foods that strengthen qi, yin and blood are miso, oats, rice, grapes, raspberries, longan fruit, lychee, goji berries, peanuts, beets, broccoli, spinach, sweet potatoes and yams, molasses, seaweed, kale. Animal products such as dairy, eggs, and meat all build blood as well, but their temperature must be carefully considered. Red meat like beef and lamb are hot in nature, while duck is cool. Pork and most seafood is neutral. In cases with pronounced cold, hot and warm natured foods like garlic, black pepper, cloves, cinnamon, ginger, lamb, and walnuts should be favored. Conversely, they should be avoided in cases with heat, and cooling foods such as watery fruits and vegetables, mung beans, barley, wheat, and seaweeds should be consumed.    Dairy, sugar, and white flours as well as excessively bitter/spicy foods are particularly taxing to the Spleen and tend to contribute to digestive complains as well as damp conditions such as yeast infections and chronic phlegm and should be avoided.     It is often overwhelming for a patient to look at a list of foods and try to come up with something to prepare, especially if they are overworked and tired or have little background in cooking. Sample recipes such as those that follow at the end of this essay can relieve this stress as well as giving the patient a sense of responsibility for their own recovery. In Healing with Whole Foods, Paul Pitchford recommends a number of supplements for blood deficiency: vitamins A, E, and the B complex, iron and zinc, as well as Omega 3 and 6, chlorophyll and spirulina.  Dietary supplements can sometimes be more appealing to patients than herbal which need to be taken several times a day and which often require purchasing a bottle per week. In this case taking a single-herb supplement like turmeric extract should also be suggested.     It is interesting to note the overlap between the list of anti-angiogenic foods provided earlier and the list of foods that build and move blood.  The Angiogenesis Foundation website also notes the anti-cancer properties of several mushrooms, namely shiitake, wood ear, and Ganoderma, which are said in Chinese medicine to boost the defensive qi, which corresponds to the immune system. Consumption of these mushrooms, either in extract or as food, may also help promote the destruction of abnormal endometrial tissue by white blood cells.     A diagnosis of endometriosis from a gynecologist can feel like a life sentence. To be forced to choose between sometimes crippling pain and hormonal treatments with unpleasant side effects, exploratory abdominal surgery followed by excision and cauterization, or even hysterectomy is the harsh reality that often faces these women.  In contrast, Chinese medical modalities such as acupuncture, herbs, and dietary therapy can provide both temporary and long-term care in a gentle, self-empowering way.  By using the “five flavors,” women with endometriosis can find not just relief, but actual recovery.     Sample Recipes:     Curried Sweet Potato and Lentils
재료 :
2 T 유기 버터 또는 비건 버터 대신 (바람직하게는 아마 기반 형)
1 큰 보라색 양파, 다이 싱
2-3 다진 마늘, 붙여 넣기 또는 다진을 두드리고
2 인치 조각 신선한 생강, 강판 또는 1 작은 술 말린 생강 가루
2 개의 대형 끊어지지 베이 잎
1 작은 술 각 커 민, 호로 파 씨앗, 분말
1 작은 술 심황 뿌리, 분말
1 큰 고구마 또는 감자는, 다이 싱 2 컵 빨간색 렌즈 콩을 건조
물을 커버하는
다진 1 큰 잘 익은 토마토,
소금 또는 브래그의 액체 Aminos는 맛
방향 : 가능한 경우 중간 불꽃을 통해 압력 밥솥을 사용하여, 무거운 바닥 냄비를 가열하고 버터를 녹여. 다음 부착을 방지하고, 2 분 동안 요리를 교반, 마늘, 생강, 향신료를 추가, 양파가 갈색에 시작할 때까지 자주 교반, 양파와 베이 잎을 추가합니다. 고구마와 콩을 추가하고 적어도 1 인치에 의해 충당하기 위해 충분한 물을 붓는다. 다음 끓어 오르기 직전의 커버에 열을 감소, 낮은 끓인다. 렌즈 콩 부드러운 때까지 한 시간 정도 끓인다. 퓌레 원하는 경우. 압력 밥솥을 사용하는 경우, 뚜껑을 닫고 압력 센서가 꺼질 때까지 끓여 할 수 있도록, 다음 낮은 열 및 20 분 동안 요리. 신선한 토마토와 맨. 약 4 2 컵 인분. 분석 :
양파, 마늘, 커민, 심황 베이 따뜻하고 매운하고 간 제나라와 혈액을 이동; 또한 콩의 소화시 가스를 방지한다. 버터는 따뜻하고 달콤한이며, 또한 정체 된 혈액을 줄일 수 있습니다. 생강 호로 따뜻한하며 신장과 비장의 양기를 강화하고 복통을 중지합니다. 렌즈 콩은 달콤한 중립과 신장의 필수 제나라를 강화하고, 철분과 비타민 B가 풍부하다. 고구마는 달콤한 특히 비장뿐만 아니라 신장의 음의 전체 제나라를 강화한다. 그들은 에스트로겐 수준을 균형 비타민 A 토마토에 풍부한 달콤한, 신, 그리고 냉각되어 있습니다. 그들은 음이과 위액을 생성하고 간을 정화 영양; 그들은 강력한 항산화 제 리코펜이 풍부하다. 이 조리법은 추위 모든 시간을 동결 느낌 가열 패드에 의해 안심 고통스러운 찔러 경련이 있고, 사람들도 그녀의 기간 동안 설사를하는 경향이 여자에 대한, 즉 감기 형 혈액 스테이 시스, 도움이 될 것입니다. 그것은 온난 너무 건조하지 않고 강화하고있다. 심한 감기의 경우 토마토는 제거 될 수있다.
블루 베리 소스와 표고 버섯 야생 쌀과 오리 구이
재료 :
1 신선한 오리
3 T 갈색 설탕
1 작은 술 다진 신선한 로즈마리
한 잔 블루 베리
1 컵 얇게 표고 버섯을 슬라이스
1 샬롯, 다진
1 컵 브라운 / 야생 쌀 믹스
물 3 컵
1 작은 술 심황 분말
2 T 옥수수 전분
바다 소금
방향 : (350) 마찰 갈색 설탕, 로즈마리, 그리고 혼합 바다 소금 한 스푼과 오리에 오븐을 예열 한 후 로스팅 팬에 배치합니다. 다음 호일을 제거, 호일로 덮여 약 40 분 동안 굽는다. 이 때 냄비에 지방의 몇 스푼을 숟가락과 피부가 바삭하고 허벅지 고기의 온도가 170​​도 때까지 또 다른 20 분 요리. 오븐에서 제거하고 항아리에 기름을 붓는다. 오리를 제거하고 휴식 할 수 있습니다. 작은 냄비에 팬에서 갈색 물방울을 다 쳤어요.
오리에서 호일을 제거하고 냄비에 지방을 즐기 셨나 후, 중간 불꽃을 통해 팬을 가열한다. 갈색 때까지​​ 자주 교반 shiitakes과 샬롯을 추가합니다. 쌀을 추가하고 지방에 고르게 코팅하는 교반 한 후 물을 추가하고 끓인다. 커버는 약 35-40 분 끓어 오르기 직전에 감소, 모든 물이 흡수 될 때까지 요리.
쌀 요리 인 반면, 소스를 준비 : 물 2 컵에 2 T 옥수수 전분을 분해 한 후 물방울, 블루 베리, 약 2 T 오리의 지방과 함께 냄비에 터. 슬프고 우울한 하루 동안 긴밀하게 리드 형 항아리에 오리 지방의 나머지를 보유합니다. 두꺼워 때까지 소스 끓어 오르기 직전의 상태를 보자. 팬의 측면에 블루 베리를 매쉬. 소금은 맛.
소스를 얹어 밥 위에 오리를 제공합니다. 이 작업은 몇 식사 나 한 번 4-6 그룹에 대한 두 사람 급지 할 수 있습니다.
분석 : 오리 달콤하고 시원한 신장 음과 필수 제나라를 영양. 블루 베리는 감기, 달콤한, 신장 음과 영양을 공급; 그들은 또한 항 혈관 형성 및 항 산화 물질과 싸움 암 가득합니다. 갈색 설탕 이동 및 tonifies 혈액; 그것은 비타민 B가 포함되어 있습니다. 로즈마리는 따뜻하고 매운 및 이동 제나라; 또한, 항 혈관 신생 및 항 염증성이다. shiitakes 달콤한 및 중립과 폐와 위장을 강화; 이들은 항 혈관이며 백혈구를 늘리고 암 진화한다. 골파, 달콤한 매운, 중립입니다. 그들은 폐와 복부의 제나라를 강화하고 식사에서 지방을 분해하는 데 도움이됩니다. 심황은 따뜻하고 매운하고 간 제나라를 이동하고 정적 피를 나누기. 야생 쌀, 멋진 쓴맛과 단맛, 현미 달콤한 중립입니다. 그들은 전체 제나라를 강화하고 혈액을 구축하고 신경계를 강화하는 비타민 B가 포함되어 있습니다. 이 조리법은 음 / 피 / 제나라 결핍의 혼합물을 가진 여자에 적합합니다. 그녀는 뜨거운 짜증, 불안 및시,도 전에 느낌, 그리고 그녀의 기간 후에 것이다. 극단적으로 영양을 그대로이 겨울에 특히 적합한 식사 할 것이다. 그녀는 무거운 음식을 소화 어려움이있는 경우, 오렌지 나 귤 향은 지방을 분해하고 그 뱃속에 정체 제나라를 방지하기 위해 소스에 첨가 할 수있다.