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20 June 2019, Volume 1 Issue 1    Next Issue
Preface
Psychosomatic Medicine Research: a Bridge Between Physical and Psychological Therapy
Editorial Board of PSMR
Psychosomatic Medicine Research. 2019, 1 (1): 1-1.   https://doi.org/10.12032/psmr2019-0610-005
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Psychosomatic Medicine Research is an English life science academic journal featuring the scientific
foundation and clinical treatment of psychosomatic medicine. The journal is widely published in a
variety of cutting-edge research areas such as psychotherapy, clinical medicine, psychology,
artificial intelligence, tissue engineering, human chemistry, and artistic aesthetics. The purpose is to
study the relationship between psychological factors and physiological conditions in the occurrence of
human diseases, strengthen academic exchanges among researchers in different disciplines, and
jointly explore scientific phenomena closely related to human psychosomatic diseases.
Review
History and Modern Application of Chinese Physical and Breathing Exercises
Teng Huang, Bin Hao
Psychosomatic Medicine Research. 2019, 1 (1): 2-4.   https://doi.org/10.12032/psmr2019-0610-001
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Traditional Chinese medicine is the key to opening the treasure house of Chinese civilization. Traditional Chinese medicine treatment includes drugs, acupuncture, massage, cupping and other means. Chinese physical and breathing exercises is one of the most effective methods of exercise among various treatments. Chinese physical and breathing exercises can soften muscles and strengthen bones.. It has the functions of Qi and activating blood circulation and regulating the internal organs and internal organs. It can enhance physical fitness, prevent disease and cure diseases, and achieve the purpose of prolonging life. In order to provide guidance for the prevention and treatment of clinical diseases, this paper combines the literature records, theoretical basis, clinical application and related literature reports of Chinese physical and breathing exercises.
Research Progress of Sodium Channel and Its Anti-arrhythmic Drugs
Bo Liang, Hui-Ling Liao
Psychosomatic Medicine Research. 2019, 1 (1): 5-9.   https://doi.org/10.12032/psmr2019-0610-002
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With the acceleration of population aging,heart disease has been a high priority,and cardiac ion channel research has been one of the hot spots in the field.Sodium ion channels,as the most important class,have been widely concerned. Therefore,this paper briefly introduces and discusses three aspects of the structure and function of sodium ion channels and the development of drug research.
A Review on the Citations of Daivavyapashraa Chikitsain Ayurveda
Divya Jyothi
Psychosomatic Medicine Research. 2019, 1 (1): 10-12.   https://doi.org/10.12032/psmr2019-0610-003
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In Ayurveda, one can get an assortment of references regarding Yuktivyapashraya Chikitsa (a treatment modality which is based on logic). Ayurveda always has given importance for the treatment by using multiple drugs which are of plant origin or mineral origin. Daivavyapashraya Chikitsa (a modality of treatment based on past deeds and pleasing of God) though mentioned as the first line of therapy nowhere in the famous Ayurvedic classics have explained it in detail.  For this type of Chikitsa, the causes and the manifestation of the disease are to be analysed by taking the help of other sciences such as astrology. To conduct rituals, one has to be proficient in knowing and chanting hymns. It might be thereason for the less availability of description about Daivavyapashraya Chikitsa in the available Ayurvedic classics. Surprisingly an unpublished manuscript named Kashyapa Samhita deals with it enormously. It is exciting to know that the author of this manuscript has tried to analyse every disease uniquely. This paper deals with the references of Daivavyapasharaya Chikitsa in the available Ayurvedic classics as well as from an unpublished manuscript Kashyapa Samhita.
TCM Treatment of Tumors
Hao-Ran Zhang
92Psychosomatic Medicine Research. 2019, 1 (1): 13-18.   https://doi.org/10.12032/psmr2019-0610-004
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Tumors can also be considered as a physical and mental disease, and psychological factors can affect the probability of occurrence and prognosis of the tumor.Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the main cause of tumor-related depression is liver qi stagnation, and pathological factors such as turbidity and blood stasis affect each other.Helping patients to relieve mental pain and eliminate psychological barriers can speed up the symptoms and delay the progression of the disease, which is of great significance for the rehabilitation of cancer patients.Emotional theory is one of the traditional Chinese medicine characteristics theory, and it has been applied to clinics by doctors of the past.The occurrence and development of malignant tumors are closely related to emotions. Psychotherapy should go through the whole process of clinical treatment of malignant tumors.Traditional Chinese medicine has acupuncture therapy, acupoint sticking therapy, and five-tone therapy to improve the psychological state of patients.However, the psychological treatment of cancer patients in tumor clinical practice is often neglected. The use of traditional Chinese medicine to treat tumor-related depression can effectively improve patient mood and improve quality of life, which is worthy of clinical application.