Reconstruction of Ageing by Yin-Yang Doctrine
Abstract: Yin and yang recurrence that illustrates deduction and operation in the microscopic field is a very successful model for life. It is an amazing story to show how the organic operation of the “individual” human being from a fertilized eggs. This process can’t be a lack of energy supplementation, and the final phenomenon really presents the various life characteristics we are familiar with. But this infinite living organism is still interfering with entropy turbulence. The transformation of the living life is forced to allow metabolic instability and genetic instability in the evolution under expanding entropy signaling, which is closely linked to the disease or ageing. Entropy is a subject worthy of concern in our life. In other words, the entropy is an interference factor; this noise spectrum makes the human DNA to develop a code to adapt to the rhythm of body language; this effect allows human beings to evolve more adaptable next generation; at the same time, we pay a little functional loss; in physiology, we make it as ageing in life. The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine manipulates the medical practice of human life, health and disease prevention by using the ancient principle of balance, of Yin Yang doctrine, as represented by the transformation of the energies of the universe. Therefore, the pivotal role of Yin Yang theory of thinking process in a variety of life activities is changeable and compliance is to establish the basis of health philosophy, so that the organs can be restored to normalcy and good circulation and diseases prevention also through the coordination of Yin and Yang imbalance, to achieve the purpose of prevention of diseases and eliminate pathogens in our body. The passwords to reverse the ageing actually encode the message in the Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine text: “Exclude old entropy, and meanwhile accept new energy. Everyone lived more than one hundred years without showing the usual signs of ageing”. Precise words make longevity come true.
文章引用: 李宗谚 , 张恒鸿 , 陈维熊 (2017) 阴阳观点的老化修复论。 中医学， 6， 68-75. doi: 10.12677/TCM.2017.62012
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