Phlegmatic: Cold and Wet

People with phlegm are said to have phlegm sputum in their body more often than the rest.

Nature: Cold and humid
Element: Water
Winter season
Time of day: night
Category: rationalists
Taste: Passionate
blue color
Age of onset: old age – from 60 years and older

Key attributes
Slow down
Let alone
cold blooded
Low energy
Low mobility
Low company
Has poor memory
Low concentration power
Lack of interest in learning
Be careful
Adhere to the law
Lack of risk-taking
It’s too late
Head down
Influenced by others
Peace be upon you
Good manners
With politics
Has insidious behaviors
secret keeper
easy going

Physical features

Note: The appearance of each person depends a lot on the initial temperament that has grown during puberty or during physical changes. Primary genes are passed from gene to parent through genes and are formed under the influence of the mother’s environmental conditions, the mother’s physical and mental condition, and the foods that the mother eats during pregnancy and lactation. These initial temperaments may change over time as a result of nutrition, weather conditions, lifestyle, job type, and other factors, and a new temperament may be created in the individual, called acquired temperament. This acquired temperament affects a person’s appearance, although it may not have much effect on some of the physical characteristics formed by a person’s initial temperaments, such as bone or eye color.
Body: They usually have a large body and a short stature, and their ossification is relatively small. They are obese and obese with a lot of fat and high talent for obesity, although some of them may be thin. They have abdominal obesity and may be a little obese on the side, and their body tissue is more fat than muscle. A phlegmatic person cannot be very thin, and if this person becomes thin, he will get sick. Their body fat is increased by eating cold and wet substances. Their chests are non-wide but their breasts are large. The shoulders are drooping and their joints are not visible. They usually have swelling in the ankle.

Skin: They have clear and clear skin. Their skin and body are white and pale, and they have small pores. Their skin is cold and moist, soft and loose, and sometimes due to high humidity, it wrinkles in the area under the eyes and under the throat. Their palms and soles are cold. If moisture overwhelms their body, facial skin will sag.

Hair: Short, soft, thin, straight and bare hair is light and clear in color, usually burgundy, tan, or light brown. Hair growth is slow, there is a lot of hair loss and it turns white quickly. Their bodies are also short or have thin hair. The colder and wetter the brain, the lighter the hair. Cold-tempered babies do not have much hair in the mother’s womb. That’s why babies are born hairless in northern Europe, while babies in the tropics are born with dark, dense hair.

Nails: The color of their nails is light.

Sweating: Their skin has tiny pores, so they sweat less and sweat if they sweat.

Veins: Small, non-prominent, hidden vessels.

Pulse: They have a weak, weak, slow, weak, soft and vague pulse.

Eyes: Their whites are white and their eyes are usually large, dull, dull, dull, and light in color. High humidity increases the size of the eyes and high cold causes the color to lighten. If moisture overwhelms their body, their eyes will swell.

Mouth: Not thirsty. Their mouths are sour or tasteless, especially in the early morning, they have a lot of saliva in their mouths, and they may spit on their pillows during sleep.

Tongue: Their tongue is large and moist, and the face is pregnant and white.

Nose: Usually have a small nose. Their nasal secretions are large and thin.

Physical strength: They have low energy and physical strength, are lazy and lethargic and get tired quickly.

Body movements: Body movements are slow and lifeless.
Speech: Slow, loose, and word for word speak in a quiet, imperfect voice.
Coverage: It is cold in all seasons and they dress more than others.
Other: They usually have a round face, large eyes, a small nose and a delicate chin.

Sleep: They sleep a lot and often feel bored when they wake up. In their dreams, white, water, river, snow and rain are often seen. They also dream of flying in the sky, carrying heavy loads and smelling bad things. Because of the large amount of mucus in my larynx, they snore a lot during sleep.

Digestion: They have poor digestion and bloated stomachs, are usually not constipated, and their body’s waste products, which include sweat, feces, and urine, are pale and odorless. They are less tolerant of hunger, have a great appetite and usually do not have much ability to control their appetite. They tend to consume warm foods such as sweets and spices, as well as salty foods, but they do not tend to eat cold foods, including pickles.

Sexual desire: Their sexual desire and power are low and persistent.

Weather: They can’t stand the cold, they run away from the air conditioner and are very interested in heaters and wearing warm clothes. Winter is a bad season for them and they get very upset because winter increases phlegm in the body. Summer is the ideal season for these people.

Personality characteristics

They are introverted, calm, gentle, quiet, and less friendly. Their social relationships are not very strong and they like isolation and loneliness more.
They are insensitive, careless, and unconditional in most matters, they take everything easy and do not involve themselves in anything. They are calculating, rational, cautious, conservative, moderate, and sometimes timid, and unlike demos, they are not risk-takers. They are reluctant and influenced by others.
They are calm, patient, and peaceful, and they are very peaceful with others. They are accommodating and less angry. They need love and always fall short.
People are retrospective, realistic, and business-minded, misbehaving, underwater, and overweight. They work with language and are submerged in work environments. They have politics and they are secretive. The phlegm does not forget its benefits even when angry.
They are usually sluggish, slow-moving, and very slow to external stimuli. These people usually decide to do things too late and their movements are slow, so that those around them get bored.
If my phlegm overcomes, the body becomes weak and lazy, dull, lethargic and low in energy. They are not very strong and avoid excessive and fast physical activity. When walking, they usually lag behind and get tired quickly.
They are precise and orderly and patient in creating order. Do the daily chores slowly, calmly and patiently, and go step by step. Their progress is slow, but continuous. Of course, overcoming phlegm overcomes it.
They have a lot of talent for things that require a lot of patience. Uniform jobs do not tire of phlegm. They like quiet and hassle-free jobs. In some cases, the speed of the operation will cause the work to fail, and the more bored you are, the better the job will be. Some medical specialties that require concentration, patience, and relaxation are suitable for phlegm. They can be successful in disciplines such as history, sociology and psychology. If a phlegm is mild, the psychologist will be successful.
The depth of their thinking is great, but they do not have the ability to think comprehensively and present grand plans. They are short-sighted and incapable of foresight and foresight, but they are realistic in their limited perspective. Their thoughts are discontinuous and their concentration is low. They are marginalized and have little power to summarize and analyze.
If people with phlegm go out of balance, they become overly slow, so that this slowness in learning and weakness shows up in their memory, and the forgetful person becomes slow to understand and slow down. One of the most common problems people face today is forgetfulness, which is an advanced form of Alzheimer’s. Although forgetfulness and forgetfulness have many causes, the main and common cause is coldness and dampness in the brain. All medications increase warm memory.
They are not very interested in learning. They memorize the topics word for word, but they don’t have a strong initiative and analysis, and they keep parrots like that. If the humidity in their brains increases, they will forget, that if this moisture overcomes the front of the head, they will forget the near memories, and if it is behind the head, they will forget the distant memories.
Today, due to the availability of fruits and vegetables in all seasons, we no longer consume them according to the season. For example, even in winter, we use lettuce, which is very harmful for people with phlegm and causes more cold and moisture in the body.
Increased phlegm is more common in the elderly and in winter when there is snow and rain. Due to the colder and more humid body of women than men, the symptoms of phlegm prevalence in women are more likely.
The predominance of phlegm weakens the immune system. Children with phlegm usually have frequent enuresis or sinusitis. Diseases such as colds increase phlegm sputum.

Diseases caused by the predominance of phlegm
Note: If someone has a hot and dry temperament, hot and cold, cold and dry or cold and wet, it does not mean that they have a disease caused by bile, tail, soda or phlegm. What causes the disease is an overgrowth of phlegm, bile, soda or phlegm.
Body weight
Fatigue and bruising of the body and joints
Heavy head
Heavy tongue
Limb laziness
Slow movements
Body weakness
Lack of energy
Puffiness under the eyes
Increased abdominal obesity
Tongue tie
High sleep but superficial
Swelling of the face and body
Swelling of the foot
Slow senses
Forget it
Slow down
Disorder and memory loss
Loosening of the skin
White and pale skin
Premature bleaching of hair
hair loss
Skin softness and coolness
Cold hands and feet
Cold sweat
Stains and piss
White and fleshy spots
The presence of brown spots on the whites of the eyes
No thirst
Cold intolerance
a cold
Nasal discharge
White urine
Frequent urination
Excessive urination with pressure
Urinary incontinence, especially in cold weather
Increased saliva in the mouth
Drinking water from the mouth in sleep
Heartbeat when waking up
Bladder weakness
Secretions behind the throat
Cough a lot
Nervous overeating
Uncontrollable appetite
Weak digestion
Shortness of breath when eating
stomach ache
Digestive reflux
Decreased libido and sexual potency
premature ejaculation
Delayed menstruation
Pregnancy problems
Fragility of nails and teeth
Bone pain
Pain and knee pain
Back pain and between the shoulders
Muscle cramps in the back of the neck
Back pain
Joint rheumatism
Joint pain and inflammation
Decreased level of immunity
Get sick soon
Persistent fevers
Shaking hands and feet
Prostate inflammation

Suggestions for phlegm temperament
Eat warm, dry foods, especially in the cold season.
Avoid all foods and beverages that have a cold temperament, especially cold and wet, especially in cold weather and at night, and if necessary, use a small amount of hot food.
People with phlegm often suffer from bloating and colds, which can help keep their stomachs healthy and their body healthy in general by quitting colds and consuming heat. By resorting to hot and dry foods, they have adjusted their phlegm, prevented them from becoming overweight, and reduced their obesity by consuming laxatives and emptying the intestines and stomach.
Digestive people have a poor digestive system, so try to eat only 2 meals a day (morning and early evening). There should be at least about 10-12 hours between meals. If they feel hungry between meals, eat some dates or honey or foods that suit their mood. Fasting and undereating are good for them.
Avoid drinking water for half an hour before a meal to 3 hours after a meal.
Avoid excessive sleep and rest, which increases cold and sweat. A maximum of 8 hours of sleep a night is appropriate, although it is best to reduce this amount. Sleeping during the day as well as an hour before sunset is very harmful to them.
Try to wake up before sunrise to prevent the production of excess mucus.
Regular exercise and physical activity are recommended. Walking for 10 to 15 minutes after dinner is good for them. Inactivity greatly increases body moisture.
Sweating is very good for them. Then increase your sweating through exercise and dry sauna.
Avoid air and humid environments
Wear appropriate and warm clothing, especially in humid weather.
In winter, it is very convenient for these people to use a chair or sleep on leather or felt mats.
In winter, it is better to travel to hot and dry areas.
Hot and dry baths and dry saunas are good for phlegm. If possible, sit in the hot water bath, where chamomile or marjoram are boiled.
In cold seasons, the use of hot incense such as thyme, lavender or chamomile is useful.
March, smoke frankincense and marmalade at home.
Smell narcissus, nightshade and iris and use warm perfumes such as orange spring and jasmine.
Body massage is good for their body and eliminating pimples.
Massage your forehead with sesame oil or other warm oils, it is useful for relieving depression or memory loss.
Eat raisins. Of course, it should be noted that raisins should not be consumed, because the seeds are cold in nature.
In a phlegm person, anemia can be treated only by inflating the right areas of the body and without taking blood-forming supplements.
Cupping is not recommended for phlegm without a doctor’s advice.

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