Rub your fingers like this to activate thyroid (according to chi kung)

The chi kung It is a method that is part of Chinese medicine and whose purpose is to stimulate energy flow of every human being through the meridians of the body.

From a chi kung perspective there may be physical regions where energy (or chi) is blocked, and this may be the origin of some diseases. Therefore, these are understood as an imbalance between Yin and Yang.

In the case of the thyroid, among the most frequent diseases are:

hypothyroidism

It is characterized by a low production of thyroid hormones and can be visible by some physical signs such as: muscle weakness, tiredness, intolerance to cold, hair loss, weight gain, decreased libido, slow pulse, among others.

hyperthyroidism

In this case, the body produces more thyroid hormones than usual and this produces a “revving” effect on the body. Some of its symptoms can be: tremor, bulging eyes, tachycardia, arrhythmias, hypertension, enlargement of the gland itself, diarrhea, nervousness, weight loss, among others.

For Chinese medicine, thyroid problems are related to the energy channels that run through the kidney, spleen, pancreas and heart.

EXERCISE

If you feel the throat area with your fingers, you will find a small hole at the base, with a circular shape.

Well, this massage consists in that, once you have located that point, gently massage this area with the index and middle fingers of each hand.

This exercise can also help you if there are things you can’t say, or you feel like your communication is “stuck.”

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