- Hunger, undernourishment and a feed with innutritious food (the vegetarianism, etc.), enough quantity of fiber and fats is necessary in the diet.
- Persistent misuse of crude (thermally not processed) products — fruit and vegetables.
- Dry and cold food (sandwiches, chips and so forth)
- Coffee and black tea (as a last resort with boiled milk)
- Spicy food — spices, sauces (ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, horse-radish), sharp snack (Korean carrot), etc. useful only soya sauce.
- Strong alcohol. It is possible a little (no more than 150 ml) dry red wine with meal (not on an empty stomach, but together with meal).
It is useful:
In sum, at frustration of a wind the warm and juicy food is the most useful.
- Meat broths (especially mutton bone), welded with onions and-or garlic — enough it is a medical product for a wind. (Excepting a broth from pork). Soups on a meat broth.
- Boiled warm milk before going to bed, is possible with honey.
Way of life.
- Any activity to an exhaustion. It is necessary to take pauses for rest, without leading up oneself to an exhaustion of forces.
- Sleep debt
- irregular food
- Surplus of touch impressions (constant hearing of music, hobby for the computer, TV, etc.)
- Disturbing, stressful situations.
- Hunger condition. Each of the factors set forth above is harmful doubly if it influences us when we are hungry. Any activity «next the heart» strengthens a wind.
It is useful.
- Quiet, calm atmosphere of dialogue with pleasant people, warmly both comfort physical and sincere.
- Smooth loading. Day should begin slowly (it is useful to have extra time in a stock in the morning not to hurry oneself), activity should be methodical, without sharp starts and jerks; to get into work gradually, on a full stomach, with breaks for slow meal and short rest after it.
- Day regimen is very important: sleep, rest, meal.
- Regular use of the Tibetan aromas from a wind: Agar-31; Ferula; the Nutmeg (Nutmeg) -Dzati, etc.
- It is very useful to have with you and gradually to add in any food some spices: a nutmeg, cardamom, cumin.