The Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classic says: “from Yin and Yang comes life, from which comes death; from which comes governance; from which comes chaos.” All living things grow in accordance with the laws of nature, and can get the right place at the right time; Otherwise, it will bring diseases. Since ancient times, there has been a saying among the people that “wine is served in the morning and tea is served in the evening. The king of hell pulls your hands.” avoiding these three behaviors is the key to life.
Early drinking, that is, drinking in the morning. One day’s plan is in the morning. After one night’s peristaltic digestion, the human intestines and stomach need to be hydrated in time. Drinking alcohol in the morning will stimulate the stomach, liver and other organs, easily lead to dizziness, dizziness, and even nausea, trance and other symptoms, which is very harmful to human health.
Evening tea, that is, drinking tea at night. Traditional Chinese medicine stresses: drink less tea at noon and no tea at night. Because the night is in the period of yin and Yang, all functions of the human body are gradually transitioning to sleep. Tea, on the other hand, has a refreshing and eye-catching effect. Drinking tea before going to bed will make the brain excited and make it difficult to sleep; Even if I barely fall asleep, I can’t enter deep sleep, and the quality of sleep is greatly reduced.
I have sex around 5 o’clock in the morning. After a night’s rest, people have to devote themselves to the day’s intense work and life after getting up. Having sex at dawn will make the body unable to get sufficient rest, disrupt the balance of the body, reduce vitality and resistance, and affect health.
Therefore, it is recommended that people drink a cup of warm water after getting up early, eat breakfast on time, and choose appropriate activities; After dinner, drink warm boiled water instead of tea, and try to fall asleep before midnight (22:00 ~ 23:00), so as to ensure that the body function is fully repaired.
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