Stress and Tibetan Medicine

The Wind element is thought to be in charge of the proper operation of the respiratory, circulatory, and nervous systems. Many mental health problems are thought to be the result of imbalances in the function of the Wind, which is closely linked to a healthy mental outlook as well as a healthy mind. Anxiety, insomnia, nervousness, mood swings, irritability, stiffness, memory loss, and trembling can be caused by excessive or imbalanced Wind, as well as discomfort and pain in the lower back, hips, and joints. Because the Wind element is rough, light, cool, and mobile by nature, remedies for imbalances include applying smooth, warmth, or pressure to the wind points via massage

High stress levels have an effect on us both physically and mentally, as does the tendency to turn to stimulating foods or more caffeine to relieve stress, which can actually aggravate the Wind element. To balance out Wind disorders, Tibetan medicine recommends working with the Wind Points, either on your own or with the help of a therapist.

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