Cannot smell, hear, taste and see suddenly?

Cannot smell, hear, taste and see suddenly?

Loss of neurological function

People experience diminishing function of smell, taste, vision or hearing, or dysfunction of extremities. Medical exams fail to find any cause for them. They call it conversion disorder or functional neurological disorder. If you find that you cannot smell, taste, hear and see suddenly, you may want to try acupuncture and herbal medicine. This is where East Asian Medicine can provide solutions.

In our medicine, mind and body are not separate. Certain emotions are connected with relevant organs. Anger has things to do with liver. Its pair is gallbaldder. Pericardium and triple burner share the same energy with liver.

Liver has things to do with anger. Gallbladder is the pair of liver. Pericardium shares the same meridian with liver, which is Juein. Triple burner is connected with gallbladder in the meridian of Shaoyang.

If you have the habit of getting angry, this could affect the organs.

The organs in the same meridian share energy. The affected organ, liver, may overact on its relevant organ, spleen. The organs are in the continuous circuit where they give or receive influences to or from others.

Placing the relevant organs in harmony would help bring patients back to their normal conditions. Acupuncture or moxibustion can be of great help.

People who cannot smell, hear, taste and see suddenly might experience imbalance in their organs.

By Kihyon

Acupuncture doctor in Beaverton Hillsdale, Oregon.
DAOM (Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine)
MsAOM (Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine)
Kihyon Sohn Acupuncture
10700 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy Suite 357
Beaverton, Oregon 97005

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