2° Encontro: Parte 2/4 do Kinjiro fala da sua experiência com Extra-sístole e desconforto abdominal.

2° Encontro: Parte 2/4 do Kinjiro fala da sua experiência com Extra-sístole e desconforto abdominal.


I did not know exactly what was happening
to me, but through tai chi solved my problem and it has been a long time since this happened
to me any more. And another thing I had too when I got a little
stressed with work and such, I had a problem of extrassístole in the heart. The heart beats at a certain rhythm and suddenly
it seems that it does “tuff”, it seems that it changes from … it gives impression that
it is beating in this way, it stops, then begins to beat again. It seems that it changes polarity, something
like that, of rhythm, I do not know exactly what it is. And .. I had it; whenever I was stressed I
felt it. Give a .. it’s not that it hurts; it gives
a bad feeling. And on the electrocardiogram, it actually
appears. He shows up a deal like this, looks like he
reversed and starts hitting again like that. I went to the cardiologist at that time every
4 months, half a year … I went to the cardiologist. And, before I always noticed it, that variation. Then, after a while … I … we do not notice;
this problem only realizes when it happens, but already had forgotten, right. Then the electrocardiogram was not showing
up anymore. I talked to my cardiologist, a good cardiologist. And he said, “look, it’s rare to see this
happening, to miss out,” to heal completly right? It had really happened. And he said look, did not know why exactly
it had happened, but, I started to think it was because of tai chi. I think it is, because (rarely), I still have
it, but very rarely. But with taichi … I do chi kung training
at the moment, it passes. And another thing, when it appears extrassístole
I will measure pressure, nor can I measure, because it begins to count … “puft”, it
gives error in the apparatus and stops to measure. And after doing that tai chi workout, I put
it half-right-that is, it was over.And there are several things that are not things that
get better all of a sudden; but over the years I’ve been practicing, there are many things
that have improved that way. There are other things, for example, that
is a more immediate thing. Once I was with I do not know if I had any
food problems, I do not know exactly what, but, it was a tiring day and there for midnight
I’m going to take a break; I leaned back on the couch and took a nap. And then, about 1:00 a.m., I woke up like
this, with my belly very stuffed and a pain … you know, a burning, pain in the stomach
and intestine, esophagus, was very bad. Then I said, “Will my wife agree to take me
to the hospital or take some gastritis medicine,” I kept thinking. It sucks, but I think I’ll try it another
way. Then I did a business called “tree hug”, which
is a basic business of tai chi, chi kung ne. And then, I started doing that, it was really
difficult, I stayed there for about 15 minutes it started to improve. Half an hour, it got better, better after
about 40 minutes the pain was over. There was no more pain, that stunting had
relieved and passed. He passed, as if he had nothing else. Prof. Tsai. OK. Very well. What Kinjiro said now … before my comment,
I wanted to leave some time for the staff to question, ask, maybe something of what
he said. Anyone want to ask anything? Make yourself at home.