In menopausal, women are often emotional, poor sleep, and irritability, causing blood pressure fluctuations. Patients are often accompanied by symptoms such as headache dizziness, dizziness, tinnitus, numbness of limbs, fatigue, insomnia, memory loss. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that menopausal hypertension belongs to liver and kidney yin deficiency, liver yang hyperthyroidism or qi and blood deficiency.
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Here I recommend a recipe for alleviating menopausal hypertension: 30 grams of astragalus, 30 grams of raw land, 6 grams of mulberry leaves, 10 grams of chrysanthemum, 9 grams of princes, 12 grams of angelica 6 grams of Wuyao, 3 grams of agarwood, decoction with water. Among the prescriptions, astragalus supplement the vitality, strengthen the spleen and stomach; Astragalus has a two -way regulating effect on blood pressure. It can be reduced by high energy and low. Nourishing yin to nourish the kidneys, cool blood and blood; chrysanthemums, mulberry leaves to clear the wind and clear the heat, clear the liver and clear eyes; ; Danpi clearing heat and cooling blood, and blood stasis; angelica nourish blood and blood, with astragalus nourishing qi, helping stasis and plugging, regulating blood veins to regulate pressure; Agarwood is against qi, and the same use of blood promotions can enhance the effect of stagnation stagnation. Menopausal hypertension has a lot of deficiency, and this prescription is used with qi, blood, clear liver, and qi medicine, which is intended to treat both the symptoms. Menopausal hypertension If you have a manifestation of liver and kidney yin deficiency or hyperthyroidism, you can choose above, which can receive the effect of stabilizing blood pressure, improvement or reducing symptoms.
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Menopausal hypertension is closely related to emotion. Patients maintain good habits such as comfortable mood, abstain from worry, and furiousness. ▲ Pu Zhaowa, an associate researcher at the Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine Intelligence, Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine