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Discussion on the Relationship Between Five Internal Organs Function and Circadian Rhythm

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Zaoxia Wu1,*, Qiming Zhang2

1Shaanxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xianyang, Shaanxi 712046, China.

2Medical Experimental Center, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing 100700, China.

*Corresponding author: Zaoxia Wu

Abstract

As a new hot spot in modern medical research, circadian rhythm has formed a relatively complete biological theory system. In particular, the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine was awarded, which affirmed the research of circadian rhythm. Traditional Chinese medicine classifies the functions of the human body as the functions of the Five Zang, Liufu, and Qiheng Houses, and discusses the circadian rhythm from the relationship between the physiological function changes of the viscera and the time. The spleen stores the function of transportation and transformation, the lung stores the respiratory function, the kidney stores the water and reproductive functions, the liver stores the regulation of relaxation and relaxation, and the heart stores the function of the spirit. The biological basis of the five-zang function is obvious. Circadian rhythm. Western medicine explores the circadian rhythm of the biological organism from the physiological basis and molecular mechanism. This article explores the phase distribution of the circadian rhythm of the five zang functions of traditional Chinese medicine from the biological basis of the five zang functions and the regulation mechanism of the circadian rhythm.

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Discussion on the Relationship Between Five Internal Organs Function and Circadian Rhythm

How to cite this paper: Zaoxia Wu, Qiming Zhang. (2021) Discussion on the Relationship Between Five Internal Organs Function and Circadian Rhythm. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine Research5(2), 219-224.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijcemr.2021.04.017

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