Six types of people can’t practice qigong. Long-term psychology is too depressed.
Qigong is a kind of dynamic and static health care method, especially suitable for elderly friends. More and more elderly friends have joined the ranks of Qigong health care.
Qigong has a good health effect, can improve the body’s immunity, prevent disease and cure diseases. Although Qigong is a good method for physical and mental exercise, it is not suitable for everyone. We must practice carefully. The following groups cannot practice Qigong!
銆€銆€1 Defective personality: People who care too much about their health, sensitivity, suspiciousness, solitude, and excitement, who are usually introverted, cautious, or who are obsessed with their own opinions and love the horns are easy to accept hints and self-sugges.People tend to experience deviations.
銆€銆€2 For the practice of three to four: Before practicing, you must carefully compare and choose your own exercises.
Once you are sure, you must practice hard. You can’t practice several exercises at the same time. You can’t practice one today and practice one tomorrow.
Several exercises affect each other, or exchange for it, making it unpredictable.
Not only will it affect the effect of the exercise, but it will also cause chaos and deviation.
銆€銆€3 People with mental disorders: Middle-aged and elderly people who have experienced or are still in a state of consciousness, depression or dementia from time to time should not practice qigong.
Because after the practice is completed, the mental disorder in the body is easily stimulated, and an excitatory foci is formed in the cerebral cortex, which causes the practitioner to have mental abnormalities.
銆€銆€4 People with potential psychotic factors: People with mental illness in immediate family members, or practitioners who have suffered from schizophrenia, rickets, manic depression, or 鈥渉ind鈥?in personality traitsThe highest, generally not suitable for practicing Qigong.
People with such mental qualities are most likely to induce mental disorders when practicing.
Even if the illness has recovered, the practice is likely to be biased again.
銆€銆€5 Long-term psychological over-repression: In the static state of practicing, due to the release of internal inhibition, prone to emotional agitation, individual patients are also prone to cognitive, emotional, volitional behavior disorders, leading to mental disorders.
銆€銆€6 Usually affected by superstition is too deep: usually too superstitious, or too deeply influenced by cults, or too obsessed with qigong.
Such people are easy to mysteriously qigong, easy to accept the hints of speech and behavior, and often use a so-called “qigong master” as a god that cannot be doubted by others.
Such a person is not only easy to induce mental disorders in practice, but also has deviations, and often has obsessed with the adverse consequences, and it is difficult to correct the deviation.