- External (climates) : Wind, Cold, Dampness,
(humidity) Heat, Fire, and Dryness.
- Internal (emotions).
- Diet and Fatigue
- Reproductive problems
|Wind is a leader of hundreds of disease. it
is belongs to Yang Force. Wind disease is characterised by
constant motions. All the clinical symptoms of dizziness, tremor,
spasm, pains that move from place to place etc. belong to the signs of
|Discussion of the causes of disease give an
indication of what the TCM practitioner is trying to achieve in his
diagnosis and what he is looking for. He is not trying to
categorise the patient's condition into one of the many thousands of
disease states that are listed in western medicine such as arthritis,
hepatitis, bronchitis, etc. Instead they are trying to categorise
the patient into energy levers; balances in the body (Yin and
Yang). It is for giving a patient diagnosis in Chinese Medicine.