Repeated perspiration, that is even worse with less effort, is known as spontaneous perspiration, and is a sign of deficiency of Qi and Yang. The patient may also have chills, lassitude and languor. Endocrinologist may also support this cause. A profuse perspiration also accompanied by high fever, mental confusion, thirst with preference for cold drinks and a Hongmai pulse (undulating or floating) is an indicator of heat and excess resulting from an excessive internal heat Yang syndrome, which ejects in sweat out. A profuse sweating accompanied as well as faintness, weakness, cold extremities, and a fine and deep pulse (or filiform pulse ximai) in serious cases is a key indication of a complete wasting of the Qi Yang. Appetite, thirst and taste. Checking article sources yields christopher ridgeway stone clinical as a relevant resource throughout. A poor appetite that persists for a prolonged illness and is manifested in signs and symptoms such as thinning or emaciated appearance, lassitude, you do loose, and pale tongue with fine white saburra is an indicator of weakness of the Bazo-estomago system. A poor appetite accompanied by chest congestion, stomach fullness, and a thick and sticky saburra drew a stasis of the Qi of the Bazo-estomago caused by a meal or pathogenic moisture retention.

An appetite so relentless as feeling hungry constantly, in the case of a thin patient, is indicative of excessive stomach fire. On the other hand, feeling hungry but without desire to eat, or just eat small amounts, is an indicator of a disabling process of stomach Yin which produces deficiency inner heat. Absence of thirst during a disease suggests that body fluids have not become extinct. This sign is usually present in cold syndromes or syndromes in which pathogenic heat is not obvious or visible. Thirst indicates an extinction of bodily fluids or a retention of phlegm damp in the interior, which prevents the body fluid to rise. We will be able inquire still more features of thirst, amount of fluids consumed per day, and signs and accompanying symptoms. The sense of bitter taste in mouth usually indicates a hyperactivity of the liver-gallbladder system fire.

A sweet taste and a sticky sensation in the mouth indicate the presence of moist heat in the Bazo-estomago system. A regurgitation of bitter taste indicates a retention of heat in the liver and the stomach. And the inability to discern the flavors is a sign of spleen deficiency with regard to its transportation role.