Everything on the sky and the earth is characterized by continuous change: in spring things wake up, in summer they become complete, in autumn they go through eclipse and finally in winter they restore themselves.
Time and date: 17:30, Thursday, 27 June 2013Place: University of Szeged Rector’s Office, Room 5.
Those people, who would like to live long and healthy, should lead their lives taking this continuous change into consideration. The warmest period of the year is summer and high temperature has an impact on human bodies’ temperature, digestive system, neurological and urological systems. Consequently, people often face heart problems, have decreased appetite, become tired and weak and may suffer from insomnia.
This current lecture presents different impacts and influences of hot weather on the human body from the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine; suggests some methods for keeping ourselves healthy in this particular time of the year and gives advice on how to increase our life quality by following a healthy diet, balancing daily working time and rest and massaging basic acupuncture points.
He Min is a teacher of the Confucius Institute at the University of Szeged, an enthusiastic follower of traditional Chinese preventive medicine.