Symptom family: General Body Pain and Discomfort
Explore below more details about what might cause Pain relieved by pressure and cold according to TCM.
Yin deficiency in TCM is a pattern of disharmony characterized by a depletion of the body's Yin energy, which represents the cooling, moistening, and nurturing aspects of our physiology. This condition often arises from factors like chronic stress, overwork, insufficient rest, or prolonged illness. Symptoms of Yin deficiency can include a sensation of heat, especially in the afternoon or evening, night sweats, insomnia, a dry mouth or throat, and a red tongue with little coating. There might also be a general feeling of restlessness or irritability. Since Yin is essential for balancing the body's active and warm Yang energy, its deficiency leads to a relative excess of Yang, manifesting as heat or dryness symptoms.... see more
|Pain relieved by pressure and cold, Heat sensation in palms, Emaciation, Sore throat at night, Thirst, Anxiety, Jumpy, Scanty and dark urine, Dry stools, Dry mouth and throat at night, Nocturnal emission, Preference for sipping... see more
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Explore below some TCM herbal formulas used to address pain relieved by pressure and cold, organized by cause and by formula type.
Explore below some TCM herbs used to address pain relieved by pressure and cold, organized by herb category.
Pain relieved by pressure and cold can be treated by these herbs in cases of blood deficiency, working to nourish and replenish the body's blood supply.
Pain relieved by pressure and cold can be treated by these herbs if it stems from disturbances in the Shen (spirit), often due to instability in the heart and kidney energies.