Some people are overwhelmed by heavy work. Some people habitually "sigh" It doesn't matter once or twice.But frequent sighing can be a sign of physical problems
Always sighing probably indicates stagnation of liver qi.
In the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, it is called "susceptible sigh". Sighs are related to mood fluctuations, neurological disorders, and yin-qi deficiency. In severe cases, symptoms such as lips desiccation fissure and numbness of the limbs may occur. Those are typical cases of depression of hepatic qi and insufficiency of both the blood and the vital energy.
Liver depression: emotional injury, unsatisfied desire or strong mental stimulation result in liver qi stagnation. Only sighs help make the chest comfortable. Specific symptoms include oppression in the chest, sigh and groan, downcast look, bitter taste in mouth, dizziness, and white tongue coating.
Qi deficiency: Sometimes some people are obviously in a good mood, but they sigh often. TCM doctors believe that this is a manifestation of qi deficiency. Specific symptoms include often sigh, shortness of breath, spontaneous sweating, fatigue, pale tongue and fat tongue.
TCM doctors believe that "all diseases originate from qi". If the Qi is not smooth, if the functions of channels and collaterals were disturbed, the liver Qi will become stagnant and develop into liver depression.
If liver Qi stagnates in the larynx, there will be abnormalities such as goiter, thyroid nodules, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism. If liver Qi stagnates in the breast, there will be abnormalities such as breast hyperplasia, nodules and tumors.
Qi deficiency is not a disease. But in addition to shortness of breath, fatigue, and sweating, due to poor physical function and weak disease resistance, people with qi deficiency often have intolerance to wind, cold, heat and dampness. They are also susceptible to cold, cough or functional dyspepsia.
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