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TCM etiology and pathogenesis of diabetes insipidus in diabetic nephropathy patients

Time :08-08    Articel By :Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine

 TCM etiology and pathogenesis of Diabetes insipidus in diabetic nephropathy patients

Diabetes insipidus is caused by internal and external factors. Due to yin deficiency or yang deficiency, external causes include emotional disorder, overeating, overwork, surgical trauma. In short, there is lung, stomach, kidney and other internal organs damage, water transport disorder, thus causing disease.

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Yin deficiency of body, emotional disorder, preference for spicy, fragrant and dry food, causing internal disturbance due to heat, fumigation of heart and stomach fire, causing lung dryness and fluid injury. Lung yin is losing. Water and body fluid cannot be applied to relieve thirst and drink more to make up. The lungs are dry, metal and water cannot grow together, no way to retain the water, so the more you drink the more you urinating. Or because of the deficiency cold in the middle energizer and abnormal transportation and transformation, the body fluid will not be gasified. If the body fluid cannot be transported up and down but does not rise, the mouth will drink more and urinate more. In addition, there are still people who want to excessively hurt kidney yin, or who suffer from surgical trauma, causing yuan Shen to be damaged, kidney qi to be poisoned, body fluid cannot be gasified or taken, and they are straight towards the bladder and have more urine. And then thirsty and intend to drink more water. The course of the disease is prolonged unceasingly. each time the essence and qi are lost, the yin damages the yang, resulting in the syndrome of deficiency of both qi and yin and deficiency of both yin and yang.

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