內容簡介 Having Trouble Dealing With Your Stress? Discover How Chinese Medicine Theories Can Help You Manage It!Need to learn how to efficiently control your high levels of stress?Looking for alternative ways to deal with your emotional and physical stress?Want to understand how traditional Chinese Medicine treats stress and its different forms?Introducing "Qi Stagnation - Signs of Stress" By Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott - An Eye-Opening Book Offering A Different Perspective Towards Stress Issues And Analyzing How Chinese Medicine Explains Stress In Terms Of Energy!Unfortunately, stress is an everyday problem that most people face or will have to face at some point in their lives. Continuous and unresolved stress can have harmful impacts on your health and overall lifestyle.In this enlightening book, the author refers to Yin and Yang and uses the Chinese model to explain how energy (Qi) flows in health, illness, or under stress, and how different life phases can affect you and your stress levels. By the end of this simple book, you will be able to: ✅ Learn What Happens When Qi Stagnates, Including What It Turns Into In This Case ✅ Discover The General Causes Of Qi Stagnation ✅ Find Out The Nine Kinds Of Qi Stagnation ✅ Explore More Aspects Of The Chinese Medicine Theory And That's Not All!Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott also includes a self-help questionnaire at the beginning of the book and insightful information concerning the history of Stress Theory in the West, plus a simple stretching exercise to better control your stress levels! In case you want to expand your knowledge even more, you will find numerous links to websites included in the book to enhance your understanding of Chinese Medicine.What Are You Waiting For?Scroll Up, Click "Buy Now" & Learn How To Manage Your Stress - Starting Today!
作者介紹 Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott grew up on a farm (angry bulls and recalcitrant ploughs), went to school (hated it), did electrical engineering at university (never again), then became a Chartered Accountant (nearly his biggest mistake so far). Working as an accountant for 10 years made him ill. While doing accountancy he studied then practised various 'natural' therapies. This made it possible for him to worry about patients for over 35 years, mostly in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he lives. He has taught Chinese Medicine since 1985 and his website www.acupuncture-points.org explaining Chinese Medicine in layman's English attracts praise from round the world. He is married with two grown-up children who he hopes will one day ask him how to cope with stress. His wife leads a very busy life and seems to have worked it out for herself without asking. He occasionally lets business colleagues lure him back into their world to enable him to maintain suitable levels of anger, depression, fear, mania, insomnia and worry. Writing this book helped to calm him down. He has qualifications in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, homoeopathy, and physical therapies such as Bowen technique.