Insomnia and Modern Life Style / Schlaflosigkeit und die Moderne

Umfang:
2014, 197 min.
Jahr:
Demo abspielen

Inhalt

Hamid Montakab is telling us what sleep is and why we sleep. He shows us the different stages of sleep, like the REM sleep or the Delta sleep and that the sleep stages are very important for our health. He shows us that insomnia leads to many health problems, like cardiovascular problems, diabetes, adipositas, depression and a weak immune system. Also the regeneration of the whole body is a very import function of the sleep.

H. Montakab explains the sleep from the view of the Chinese Medicine and shows us which imbalance is arising in the body if the sleep is disturbed. Especially the liver and the heart are very important points in the Chinese Medicine to treat insomnia, as they are housing the hun and the shen. Also blood deficiency is very often a reason for insomnia. He explains very good acupuncture points to treat the blood deficiency and when to adjust which point. Dietary is another very important point for sleep. To cold or to late dinner as well as watching TV or reading on the laptop or computer could disturb the sleep.

Herr Montakab erläutert in seinem Vortrag, was Schlaf ist und warum wir schlafen. Er zeigt die verschiedenen Stadien des Schlafes, wie z. B. der REM-Schlaf oder der Deltaschlaf und dass die Schlafstadien sehr wichtig für die Gesundheit sind. Mit Hilfe von Studien zeigt er, dass Schlaflosigkeit zu vielen gesundheitlichen Problemen, wie Herz-Kreislauferkrankungen, Diabetes, Übergewicht, Depressionen und Störungen des Immunsystems führt. Eine sehr wichtige Funktion des Schlafes ist auch die Regeneration auf allen Ebenen.
Weiter erklärt er den Schlaf sehr anschaulich aus chinesischer Sicht und zeigt uns welches Ungleichgewicht im Körper bei Schlafstörungen entsteht. Besonders Punkte des Leber- und des Herzmeridians sind in der chinesischen Medizin sehr wichtig bei der Behandlung von Schlafstörungen, da diese das Hun und das Shen beherbergen. Auch ein Blutmangel ist oft ein Grund für Schlafstörungen, hierzu erläutert er wichtige Akupunkturpunkte und wann diese richtig angewendet werden. Ebenso nennt er falsche Ernährungsweisen, zu spätes oder zu kaltes Essen, genauso wie abendliches Fernsehen oder das Lesen am Laptop oder Computer.

 

Referent

Montakab, H.

Hamid Montakab graduated from the Medical School of Paris in 1975 and did his residency in surgery and gynaecology in Poitiers, France. He concurrently completed a degree program in Acupuncture at the AFA School in Paris, after which he spent four months in intensive training at the Men Wa and ISA schools in Hong Kong. Hamid then spent some time exploring the Traditional Medicines in the Philippines and India. In India, he practiced combining TCM with Allopathic and Ayurvedic medicines. Between 1980-85 Hamid practiced in America, obtaining the Oregon Acupuncture Board and the National Acupuncture Board (NCCA). Later, he completed trainings in Chinese Herbal Medicine, Osteopathy and Visceral Osteopathy in Europe. Since 1985 he has been practicing and lecturing in Switzerland, France and Germany. Hamid was commissioned by the Swiss National Fond to conduct a scientific research study on Acupuncture and Insomnia. He has also done a smaller study on Acupuncture in Atopic Dermatitis at the Geneva University Hospital. He is the co-founder of the Swiss Professional Organisation for TCM (SBO-TCM) and it’s president from 1995 till 2000. Hamid founded the Academy of Chinese Healing Arts in Switzerland in 1986. With his background in Eastern and Western medical practices, and his exposure to the practice of Chinese Medicine in Europe, China and America, he brings his students the combined sum of his experiences in the field of Traditional as well as Classical Chinese Medicine.

Alle Videos dieses Vortragenden

Alle Bücher dieses Referenten