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By Dr. Richard Cheng M.D. Ph.D

Qi-Gong Meditation is a suite of historic japanese education recommendations that support to advertise actual and mental future health. It is helping to lessen pressure, continual ache and deal with many different illnesses.

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Thesis, University of Toronto. S. and Pomeranz, B. (1979), Electroacupuncture analgesia could be mediated by at least two pain-relieving mechanisms; endorphin and nonendorphin systems, Life Sci. 25, 1957-1962. S. and Pomeranz, B. (1980), Monoaminergic mechanisms of electroacupuncture analgesia, Brain Res. 215, no. 1-2, 77-93. S. (1988), Neurophysiology of Electroacupuncture Analgesia, 119-136. In “Scientific Bases of Acupuncture” ed. by Bruce Pomeranz and Gabriel Stux, published Springer-Verlag.

3. Two Jin Dynasties . (550---617) There were several books describing Qi-Gong for health and longevity. e. Tze Kung’s book “Nourishing Life” , Cheung Shum’s book “The Chief Method of Nourishing Life” and Kuo Hung’s book “ ”. All these described the Taoists methods of practicing Qi-Gong. These included chanting, exercise, body postures, meditation and self-massage techniques. 4. Tsui & Tang Dynasties. (617---907) Qi-Gong was further developed and popularized. Many books on Qi-Gong were published.

D. thesis 1981 - Richard Cheng) 1) Local Properly applied TENS or EA to an area of the body for a sufficient length of time produces an area of numbness at the site. Such discretely localized analgesia is probably mediated by a segmental release of endorphins in the spinal cord which corresponds to the area of the body stimulated. Several lines of evidence have suggested that substance P is the neurotransmitter at the terminals of small primary afferent (A-delta and C) fibres responsible for peripheral pain transmission (13).

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