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A Comparative Study on Intervention of Traditional Chinese Medicine Daoyinshu Combined with Ziwu Liuzhu Acupuncture on Blood Lipids and Inflammatory Factors in Obese Youth

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DOI: 10.23977/medcm.2021.030102 | Downloads: 8 | Views: 362


Qian Sun 1


1 Physical Education Teaching and Research Section, Anhui Economic Management College, Hefei, Anhui 230032, China

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Qian Sun


Objective: To observe the effect of Chinese medicine guidance combined with Ziwu Liuzhu acupuncture on blood lipids and inflammatory factors in obese youth. Methods: 46 obese college students were randomly divided into a control group and an observation group, with 23 cases in each group. The intervention group used TCM guidance combined with Ziwu Liuzhu acupuncture for 24 weeks of intervention. The practice sequence of Daoyin technique is 1-6 Friday Qin Xi, 7-12 weeks Ba Duan Jin, 13-18 weeks Yi Jin Jing, 19-24 Saturday Zi Jue. The practice time starts from a low starting load of 2-3 METs, and then increases in increments of 0.5-1.0 METs per week. The training time of the two groups of traditional Chinese medicine guidance surgery was 5d per week, 90min/time. Both groups did not participate in the intervention exercise on Saturday and Sunday, for a total of 24 weeks; the intervention group was provided by the deputy chief endocrinologist of Anhui Provincial Acupuncture Hospital Needle application, a total of four courses, 18 times per course (twice a week, 30 minutes each time, a total of 24 weeks). Results: After 24 weeks of treatment, the intervention group's blood lipid indexes (TG, TC, LDL-C, HDL-L) and inflammatory factor indexes (TNF-α, CRP, IL-6 and IL-18) were compared with those of the observation group , All decreased significantly, with statistical significance (P<0.05). Conclusion: Daoyin surgery combined with Ziwu Liuzhu acupuncture can effectively improve the obesity of young people, and the method is highly maneuverable.


Daoyin surgery; Ziwu Liuzhu; acupuncture; obesity


Qian Sun, A Comparative Study on Intervention of Traditional Chinese Medicine Daoyinshu Combined with Ziwu Liuzhu Acupuncture on Blood Lipids and Inflammatory Factors in Obese Youth. MEDS Chinese Medicine (2021) Vol. 3: 11-17. DOI:


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