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passive/apathetic/listless
self confidence
attitude
yin excess
yang excess
emotions
sadness/discouraged
aggressive
emotions
yin excess
yang excess
poor/flaccid
good/firm
muscle tone
yin excess yang excess
ruddy
pallid
complexion yang excess
yin excess
skin temp.
warm
cold
skin temp. yang excess
yin excess
expression
no expression
vivid expresion
expresion yin excess
yang excess
eyes
no luster
bright
eyes yin excess
yang excess
speech
slow/weak voice
rapid/strong
speech yin excess
yang excess
gestures
fast
weak
gestures yang excess
yin excess
stamina
easily fatigued mentally and physically
good physical and mental stamina
stamina yin excess
yang excess
circulation
normal or rapid circulation
stagnation
circulation yang excess yin excess
metabolism
rapid
slow
metabolism yang excess
yin excess
sleep
insomnia/agitation
somnolence(excess)
sleep yang excess
yin excess
illness paterns
chronic/long duration
acute/sudden onset/high fever/spasms
illness paterns
yin excess
yang excess
pulses
Left is stronger than right. Deep pulse is stronger than superficial. Proximal pulse is stronger than distal.
Right is stronger than left. Superficial is generally stronger than deep. Distal is generally stronger than proximal.
pulses yin excess
yang excess
What are the 2 primary indicators?
upper body, lower body
upper body
pallor/ hands colder than the feet.
warmth or a sensation of warmth in head or face this is associated with cold feet
upper body
yin excess
yang excess
lower body
extremely cold feet associated with warm head or face.
warm feet associated with cool face
lower body yang excess
yin excess
yang deficiency generalizations
fear of cold, face is pale or greyish,likes lots of clothes,fires, hot water bottles
yin deficiency generalizations
dry mouth and throat, low grade afternoon fever, flushed cheeks, feverish, sensations or flushing in palms, soles and chest, known as: five centers hot tender sore throat, sores in mouth, loss of weight, night sweats