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Chakras Energy Deficiency as One of the Cause of Menopause Symptoms in Women

Wei Ling Huang*

Department of Infectious Diseases, Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, Franca, Sao Paulo, Brazil

*Corresponding Author:
Wei Ling Huang
Department of Infectious Diseases
Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic
Franca, Sao Paulo, Brazil
E-mail: [email protected]

Received Date: September 30, 2020; Accepted Date: October 21, 2020; Published Date: October 30, 2020

Citation: Huang WL (2020) Chakra’s Energy Deficiency as One of the Cause of Menopause Symptoms in Women. J Womens Health Reprod Med Vol. 4 No.3:2.

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Abstract

Statement of the problem: Menopause symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, irritability, and brain fog are considered common for women over 50. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) recognizes menopause as part of the natural aging process and is often caused by Kidney Yin Deficiency.

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that menopause symptoms have energy alteration associated with it, and that the correction of these energy alterations may be effective for the alleviation of symptoms, with no hormone replacement needed.

Methods: Through three cases reports. The first patient is M.G.B, 46 years old, woman, divorced, with a child. Symptoms: Low libido, fatigue, hair loss, irritability and dull skin. The second is A.N.T, 69, woman. The patient is diabetic, overweight and has hypertension. Symptoms: Excessive sweating during the day and night, hot flashes, irritability, vaginal dryness and pain during intercourse. When looking for a gynaecologist, hormone replacement treatment was recommended. The third case is M.S., 58 years old. Symptoms: Hot flashes, fatigue and night sweats. Two years ago, she was recommended the use of hormone treatments. After two years with the use of hormones, mammography detected a malignant carcinoma, diagnosed by biopsy and a bilateral mastectomy was recommended in March 2020. The three patients went through the chakras energy meridian measurement through radiesthesia procedure. The treatment was carried out with Chinese dietary counselling; auricular acupuncture with apex ear bloodletting; homeopathy medications according to the theory created by the author Constitutional Homeopathy of the Five Elements Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, and crystal-based medications.

Results: All three patients’ perceived improvement with the symptoms of hot flashes, excessive sweating and irritability with the treatment proposed. The hormones were suspended on the second and third patients. Conclusion: The treatment proposed using Chinese dietary counselling, acupuncture and chakras energy replenishment using high-diluted medication is another option to reduce symptoms associated with menopause.

Keywords

Menopause; Energy; Diet; Acupuncture; Charkas; Chinese Traditional Medicine; Hippocrates

Introduction

Menopause is the name given when the last menstrual period ceases for 12 consecutive months, usually beginning between the age of forty-five and fifty-five years. It can also happen before or after this middle age, in this phase the woman is unable to become pregnant naturally [1]. The symptoms presented are vaginal dryness, decreased libido, insomnia, fatigue and joint pain. Almost 1.5 million women go through this transition every year [1]. For Western medicine, menopause symptoms are due to the deficiency of the estrogen hormone, and the replacement of hormone can alleviate the symptoms. The hormonal therapy that can be administered in various ways such as pills, creams, patches and implants, in continuous or cyclical modality [2,3]. The use of estrogen hormone in women with uterus can result in uterine hyperplasia and uterine cancer, so hormone therapy in general increases the risk of breast cancer, ovarian cancer, thromboembolism, stroke and coronary heart disease [4,5]. For Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the problematic symptoms related to menopause are the result of an imbalance of the Yin and Yang that is the basis of everything, as the hot waves are due to Kidney Yin deficiency. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), kidney massive organ corresponds to the second chakra in Ayurvedic medicine [6]. To treat the symptoms presented by the patients in menopause, it is important to treat the patient as a whole, looking at all energy imbalances that the patient may be presenting in relation to the imbalances of the Yin, Yang, Qi, Blood energies and the presence or not of internal Heat retention [6]. In Western medicine, the treatment is centered on the object of study, but in Chinese medicine, the treatment is holistic because the symptoms presented by the patient are only the reflection of a basic energy disharmony and therefore, it is centered on the root of the problem and not only the symptoms [7,8].

Purpose of the Study

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that menopausal symptoms may be related to the energies deficiencies of the chakras' energies centers and the treatment of these energies deficiencies can lead to the improvement of the symptoms presented by the patient, without the necessity of making use of hormone therapy.

Methods

The methods used in this study were an extensive search of articles concerning menopause in Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine in PubMed. The author used three clinical study of patients with symptoms of menopause where the uses of female hormones were indicated. The first two patients refused the hormone therapy treatment, and the third developed malignant breast cancer after two years of hormone therapy to treat menopausal symptoms.

The first study was on M.G.B, 46-years-old, woman, divorced, with one child. The first symptoms were low libido, fatigue, hair loss, irritability and opaque and dry skin. She also reported cold hands and feet, night sweats, she did not have daily bowel movements. The patient was diagnosed with pre-menopause by her gynaecologist. Her diagnosis was Kidney Yin, Yang deficiency, Blood deficiency and Heat retention according to TCM reasoning. Her seven chakras' energies meridian was measured with a procedure called radiesthesia, using a crystal pendulum. The result of this measurement was that all her six chakras was completely depleted in energy, rated in one out of eight and only her seven chakra was normal, rated in eight.

The treatment was done using Chinese dietary counselling orientating her to avoid coffee, soda and mate tea. It also advised her to avoid cold drinks, sweets, raw foods and dairy products. The last group of foods that was also advised to avoid was melted cheese, fried foods, eggs, chocolate, honey, coconut and alcohol beverages. Auricular acupuncture associated with apex ear bloodletting was done twice a week, with the intention of balancing Yin, Yang, Qi, Blood and taking out Heat retention. The auricular acupuncture points used are described in Figure 1. It was prescribed homeopathy medications according to the theory Constitutional Homeopathy of Five Elements based on Traditional Chinese Medicine. The homeopathy medications used in the treatment were: Sulphur 30CHXX-20 (single dose), Calcarea carbonica 30CHXX-20 (single dose), Silicea 30CHXX-20 (single dose), Natrium muriaticum 30CHXX-20 (single dose), Phosphorus 30CHXX-20 (single dose). The homeopathies were prescribed to be taken in a single dose with a hiatus of three days between the medications, necessarily on the sequence described. Two months later, a new sequence of treatment was started, with the same medications taken on the same order, but now with 200CHXX- 20 instead of 30CHXX-20. Two months later, a new sequence of treatment was started, with the same medications taken on the same order, but now with 1,000CHXX-20 instead of 200CHXX-20. Two months later, a new sequence of treatment was started, as the others, with the same medications taken on the same order, now with 10,000CHXX-20 instead of 1,000CHXX-20. Two months later, a new sequence of treatment was started, as the others, with the same medications taken on the same order, now with 50,000CHXX-20 instead of 10,000CHXX-20. It was also prescribed crystal-based medications, both kinds of medications to replenish the energy of the chakras for a period of one year or more. After one year, it was recommended new chakras' energies measurement to evaluate the improvement of the treatment in relation to the chakras' energies meridians and to evaluate the necessity or not to maintain the medications.

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