Flexible Jin (tendons and ligaments) contributes to good health. Once Jin becomes stiff and shrinks, the body will manifest one or several of the following symptoms:
Neck pain and stiffness
Lumbar pain and stiffness
Inability to bend down
Back pain and stiffness
Leg pain and paralysis
Inability to squat down
Uneven legs or short steps
Radiating pain in the heels
Stressed tendons at the hip joints
Inability to raise the thighs forward or sideways
Difficulty in turning around
Contraction of muscles
Inability to extend or bend the elbows
Pain, numbness, swelling sensation, or inflexibility in the arms, legs, elbows and knees
Apart from those mentioned above, Jin-Suo (tendon contraction) also contributes to the following problems:
Urinary disorders, such as piles, prostate disorders, urinary blockage, urgent, frequent, or involuntary urination, etc.
Reproductive disorders, such as period pain, irregular menstruation, ovarian cyst, uterine flesh tumor, or infertility in women; impotence, premature ejaculation, seminal emission or decreased libido in men.
Inexplicable pains of internal organs, including stomach pain, abdominal pain, gastroenteritis, children’s belly pain, etc.
Cold, pains, numbness, and swelling sensation in hands and feet
Cardiovascular disorders and cerebrovascular diseases, such as hypertension, chest tightness, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, etc.
Liver and gall bladder disorders, such as Type A hepatitis, Type B hepatitis, Type C hepatitis and inflammation of the gall bladder.
Skin diseases, such as psoriasis, neurodermatitis, allergic dermatitis, etc.