According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the activities of the human internal organs create energy (qi) - human life; the balanced energy - Yin (qi), Yang (qi) and the blood of the internal organs leads healthy human being, physical and mental, mind-body-spirit.
In TCM theory, the internal organs include Five Zang and Six Fu. The Five Zang are the Liver, Heart, Spleen, Lung and the Kidney; the Six Fu are the Gallbladder, Small Intestine, Stomach, Large Intestine, Bladder and the Three Jiao. They are not only maintaining the human life but also corelates to human emotions.
The Liver is the organ as known as restoring blood. It is responsible for the smooth flow of Qi and blood for all other organs. It is the organ that is most affected by stress or emotions. The Liver’s partner organ is the Gallbladder. Liver Qi deficiency means the liver energy is low, leads liver functioning not well. It may cause the emotions such as fear, worry, anxiety, indecisiveness even depression.
The Heart is the “king” of the organs and as known as "the heart storing spirit", which means it controls the mind. In a narrow sense, spirit is a collective term for cognition, thinking, consciousness and mental states. The idea that the heart controls the mind means that the heart governs the mental activities. The mental activities are closely related to the response of the brain to the external environment and certain intrinsic functions of the brain. Centering around the five zang -organs, TCM attributes the motivation of mental activities to the heart. It is obviously that the conception of the heart in TCM includes certain functions of the brain. Deficiency of the Heart Yang Qi causes low energy, deficient kidneys and unsatisfied functioning of other organs, then leads depressed emotions such as stress, sadness, worries, fears.
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