24 hours a day regimen

Early in the morning, nourishing the liver at noon, nourishing the heart, and nourishing the kidneys in the evening. In the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, every four seasons change is a complete cycle. There is a corresponding health regimen, which is also true 24 hours a day.

Because the ancients divided a day into twelve hours, this set of regimens was also called the “Twelve Hours Disease-Free Method” by the Qing dynasties.

Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the meridian energy in the human body is like tide water. It flows through time, fluctuates between meridians, and each hour will have a different meridian “on duty.”

If you can adapt to this change in the meridians and use different methods, you can achieve good health effects.

  At midnight (11 midnight-1am), the bile is ordered.

This period of time is the “zijue” time that is particularly prominent in TCM health.

In “The Yellow Emperor’s Canon”, “every eleven Tibetans are relatively bile” means that there are 11 organs in the human body that rely on the function of the bile classics, so you must have enough quality sleep to ensure that the bile classics get sufficient energy.

  Ugly times (1 am-3 am) are liver meridian orders.

Meditating and nourishing qi is the best way to protect the liver.

It is important to point out that some young people who drink alcohol at this time will cause great damage to the liver.

  Yin Shi (3-5 am), the lungs were ordered.

According to the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, Yin Shi is the beginning of the human body’s yang, and also the beginning of the body’s qi and blood from static to dynamic. It is necessary to have deep sleep.

  At 5 o’clock in the morning (5-7 am), the large intestine is ordered.

Wake up early and do not snooze. In the morning, first move your limbs and bones, play Tai Chi, rub your teeth and rub your face or clasp your head with your hands, and make “Ming Tiangu”.

  At 6 o’clock (7-9 a.m.), the gastric meridian was ordered.

After the event, drink a glass of boiling water, comb with a wooden comb a hundred times, and then wash.

Breakfast should be light and full.

You can walk a hundred steps after a meal, but you should not exercise hard.

  At 9 am (11 am), the spleen is ordered.

After opening the window and ventilating, you can engage in mental activities, but pay attention to the combination of work and rest, so that the eyes get a timely rest.

  At noon (11 am-1 pm), the Heart Sutra was ordered.

This is lunch time. In addition to being nutritious and vegetarian, it is recommended to have some soup and less salt.

Drink alcohol but not drunk.

You should sleep for half an hour after meals, not too much.

  At noon (1 to 3 in the afternoon), the small intestine is ordered.

After taking a nap, do a small amount of gentle exercise and drink a cup of tea.

  When applied (3 to 5 pm), the bladder was ordered.

This is the best time to study, and both memory and judgment are active.

In addition to learning with the brain, pay attention to drinking plenty of water.

  At 酉 (5-7 pm), the kidney meridian was ordered.

This is the best time for kidney deficiency.

Dinner should be light and light, and you can drink porridge.

  At 7 o’clock-7 o’clock in the evening, the pericardium was ordered.

Prepare to sleep. Before going to bed, you must calm your mind, wash your face with cold water, brush your teeth with warm water, and wash your feet with hot water.

In short, the core of this method of health is to follow the rules of sunrise and sunset, and focus on taking a midday nap to achieve the purpose of health.

  Haishi (9-11 pm) is the order of Sanjiao Jing.

The word “Hai” means the birth of life in ancient Chinese, so if you want your body to have a good starting point, you must start with a good sleep at this moment.

For the elderly, there may be difficulty sleeping, but no matter what method is adopted, try to sleep before 11:30 pm.