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A User's Manual for the Human Body, How Traditional Chinese Medicine helps the body heal itself

Table Of Contents
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- About the Author -- Introduction -- Traditional Chinese Medicine - the past and present -- Introducing A User's Manual for the Human Body -- 1: The point of view of a product designer -- Using a product designer's point of view to solve chronic illnesses: a simple example -- What is the voltage of the human body? -- 2: Body energy -- Five levels of body energy -- The common cold and TCM's theory of cold-temperature damage -- The removal of cold-temperature damage and the common cold -- Uncomfortable symptoms may not be diseases -- How to increase body energy, and the importance of sleeping early -- 3: Traditional Chinese Medicine's understanding of how the human body functions -- System simplification -- The meridian is the passageway for human body fluid -- The self-healing system -- The logic of self-healing -- The concept of energy management -- 4: Enabling the self-healing system to cure psoriasis and stop hair loss -- Redefining the symptoms of psoriasis -- The path to curing psoriasis -- Hair loss: my own experience -- 5: Applying the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine to treating obesity -- Poorly functioning heart and spleen systems are the main cause of obesity -- Activities or habits that may contribute to spleen weakness -- Drinking iced water as a cause of obesity -- Chew your food -- 6: Daily massages -- Daily massage 1: Hair combing -- Daily massage 2: Back massage -- Daily massage 3: Pericardium meridian massage -- Other useful massages -- 7: The future of Traditional Chinese Medicine and its concept of self-healing -- Body energy measurement -- Meridian data -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Technology and Traditional Chinese Medicine -- The Meridian Monitoring System -- Meridian Qi Treatment -- Index -- Advertisement
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non fiction
Physical Description
1 online resource (92 pages)
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