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Abstract - Journal of Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases (2020) Volume 4, Issue 3

Chakras Energy Deficiencies as the Cause of Dyspnea Post Coronavirus Infection Treatment

 Introduction: There are cases report in literature showing patients with dyspnea symptoms after the treatment of coronavirus. In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), symptoms of dyspnea may be associated to the energy deficiency in other organs (Kidney, Heart, Spleen or Liver). Purpose: To demonstrate that patients with dyspnea post coronavirus infection treatment can be related to the energy deficiencies on the chakras meridians, possibly induced by the initial treatment. The correction and replenishment of the chakras energy is the main principle to correct dyspnea in this kind of patient. Methods: A clinical case report of a 58-year-old female patient, obese. She searched for treatment after performing a baryatric surgery and feeling of fullness and tension on the epigastric region. Endoscopy and magnetic ressonance (MR) were all negative. In TCM the diagnosis was Kidney-¬Yang deficiency. She was submitted to a radiesthesia procedure, to measure the energy of the chakras, and the results shown that her chakras 1 to 6 were in the minimum level (1), with the seventh chakra normal. It was found that the patient had had coronavirus one month ago, and was treated by a different infectologist, staying quarantined in her house for 14 days, and making use of the hydrochloroquine and azitromicine, not requiring hospitalization. The symptoms of dyspnea started after the coronavirus treatment. 

Author(s): Huang Wei Ling

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