Bladder

Bladder Meridian Exercise

Bladder's excel at working with others
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Meridian Associations

Element: Water
Season: Winter
Yin or Yang: Yang
Time of Day: 5-7 pm
Color: Orange
Taste: Salty
Body Part: Bones
Sensory Basis: Chemical
Emotion: Fear
Healing Tone: WOOOO

Associated Muscles: Lateral Hamstrings
Personality Group: Emotional

Balancing Meridian: Kidney 

Performance Artists and Bladder Meridian
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High Traits: Bladder In Your Personality
The bladder is a revered personality in the USA and one of the four emotional personality types. They are the movie stars and performers, able to take on the high qualities of others and inspiring others to be the best version of themselves. One of their strengths is working as part of a team because of their skill at motivating and promoting. They are hopeful, confident, dedicated and noble.

Low Traits: Bladder In Your Personality
When not being themselves, bladder meridians tend to be shallow, insecure, and easily exploited. Their overconfidence can lead to delusions of grandeur.

Western Medicine Function of the Bladder
The bladder takes liquid waste and toxins passed from the Kidneys and removes it from the body in the form of urine.

Eastern Medicine Function of the Bladder
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the bladder works with the kidneys by helping maintain fluid levels in the body. It also stores and excretes urine.

Physical Bladder Symptoms
Adrenal weakness
Asthma
Backache
Bladder problems
Broken, split and/or dull hair
Cystitis
Dark rings under eyes
Dull, throbbing headache
Frequent urination
High blood pressure
Impotence
Kidney stones
Knee problems/ weakness
Lack of libido
Lethargy and/or fatigue
Loose stools
Loss of hair
Poor memory
Poor teeth
Premature graying
Prostate disorders
Sciatica and lumbago
Shortness of breath
Tight hamstrings/ calves
Urinary problems
Weak and/or brittle bones

Emotional Bladder Symptoms 
Armoring
Depression
Fear
Feeling overwhelmed
Lack of willpower
Moaning and groaning
Panic attacks
Paranoia
Timidity

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