Wei Qi is what is known as your Protective Qi. If you catch colds easily, have low energy and, or require a long time recuperating from an illness your Wei Qi may be deficient. The Spleen and Lung Organ Systems are related to this pattern. The Spleen is responsible for regulating water and food intake, Qi strength and Blood manufacturing which are all directly related to your immune system or Wei Qi level. The Lungs receive the protective energy and has the responsibility of dispersing it throughout your body.

Related Disharmonies For Lung & Wei Qi Deficiency

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  • Bowel Movements, Loose Stools
  • Bowel Movements, Undigested Food
  • Constitution, General Weakness
  • Cough, Acute
  • Cough, Chronic
  • Cough, Excess White Phlegm
  • Cough, Excess Yellow Phlegm
  • Cough, Weak
  • Cravings, Sweet Flavors or Carbs
  • Diet: Breads, Pastries, Carbs
  • Diet: Cold Liquids
  • Diet: Ice Cream, Cold Deserts
  • Diet: Raw, Cold Foods
  • Diet: Sweets, Chocolate
  • Diet: Water Intake, High Volume
  • Difficulty Losing Weight
  • Digestion: Belching, Flatulence
  • Digestion: Bloating or Abdominal Distention
  • Digestion: Slow Processing or Peristalsis
  • Digestion: Tired After Meals
  • Dizziness: Chronic
  • Ears: Ringing
  • Emotion: Excess Worry, Dwelling
  • Emotion: Overwhelming Grief
  • Energy: Fatigue, Chronic
  • Energy: Generally Low
  • Headaches: Dull, Non Specific
  • Headaches: Frontal
  • Headaches: Sinus Pressure
  • Immune: Compromised
  • Immune: Coughs, Chronic
  • Immune: Frequent Cold’s or Flu’s
  • Immune: Prolonged Cold or Flu
  • Muscle: Bruise Easily
  • Muscle: Decrease, Undernourished
  • Muscle: Difficulty in Building Muscle Tissue and Strength
  • Muscle: Flabby, Heavy
  • Nails: Small or No Moons
  • Nosebleeds
  • Pain: Joint, Due to Edema
  • Pain: Joint, Due to Inflammation
  • Phlegm: Sinus Infection, Acute
  • Phlegm: Sinus Infection, Chronic
  • Respirations: Difficult Inhale
  • Respirations: Short of Breath
  • Sinus: Drip, Chronic
  • Sinus: Infection, Chronic
  • Skin: Clammy, Sweaty [Cool]
  • Skin: Fungus Growth
  • Skin: Hard Fatty Lumps
  • Skin: Non Healing Sores
  • Skin: Very Pale in Color
  • Skin: Wart Growth
  • Sleep: Hard To Fall Sleep
  • Sleep: Light Sleeper
  • Sweating: None
  • Sweating: Spontaneous
  • Sweating: With Minimal Exertion
  • Temperature: Fluctuation of
  • Urination: Clear & Excess Amount
  • Urination: Decreased Volume Output
  • Vocalization: Soft, Very Quiet
  • Vocalization: Throat Phlegm, Constantly Clearing
  • Water Retention: Edema of Arms and Legs
  • Water Retention: Edema of Midsection
  • Water Retention: Facial Puffines
  • Water Retention: Increased Ear Pressure
  • Water Retention: Increased Eye Pressure
  • Water Retention: Muscle Pain, Lumps

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