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The Full Meaning of Yin in Chinese Acupuncture

| February 10, 2010 | 0 Comments | 791 views
The Full Meaning of Yin in Chinese Acupuncture

Yin is the amount of water and thin fluid which irrigates an organ.A defi-ciency of yin will cause dryness of skin, with hardening, cracking, peeling and possible wrinkling.

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The Blood in Chinese Acupuncture

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The Blood in Chinese Acupuncture

The term blood refers to red blood, which nourishes all the cells of the body. This red blood is nourished by the spleen, which stores the nutrition from food and drink and distributes it to the whole body;

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Blood,Yin,Yand and Qi In Acupuncture

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Blood,Yin,Yand and Qi In Acupuncture

Having briefly encountered the yin and yang, we now need to consider them in more detail.We can diagramatically represent yin and yang by two 'towers', providing an easy visualization of an imbalanced state.

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Guidance for Primary Care Groups and Trusts

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Guidance for Primary Care Groups and Trusts

GPs face potentially confusing guidance regarding their role in arranging for their patients to see CAM practitioners.Those GPs in our survey who did not believe it appropriate for acupuncture to be made available on the NHS

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Components of Yin and Yang

| February 8, 2010 | 2 Comments | 1,483 views
Components of Yin and Yang

This article describes the various properties of Yin and Yang ,You can use the table to easily know the meaning of Yin and Yang.

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Models of provision of acupuncture in primary care

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Models of provision of acupuncture in primary care

In order to facilitate the potential integration of acupuncture, and other CAM services, into the NHS, a greater understanding is required of possible models of provision. The Foundation for Integrated Medicine (1997),

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Integration into the NHS

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Integration into the NHS

Over the last decade or so there have been major organisational and structural changes within primary care in the NHS. The late 1980s brought the introduction of fundholding (1989),

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Cost-effectiveness Of acupuncture

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Cost-effectiveness Of acupuncture

Cost-effectiveness will be an important issue for the potential future integration of acupuncture into the NHS. Very little is known about this issue (van Haselen, 1999), and there are few robust studies which have tackled it.

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Funding of the acupuncture

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Funding of the acupuncture

The provision of acupuncture treatment has flourished despite lack of widespread knowledge of its efficacy, lack of comprehensive guidelines for either GPs or patients, and without national regulatory

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The efficacy, safety and training of acupuncture

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The efficacy, safety and training of acupuncture

Randomised controlled trials have demonstrated that acupuncture is more effective than sham acupuncture (or other experimental control interventions) for nausea and vomiting, back pain,

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