The graph shows the balance of 3 elements from the perspective of Chinese medicine: Wind, Heat and Dampness. The tab contains a fully automated description of 9 TCM syndromes (constitutional features, manifestations, psychological characteristics, adaptability) with a list of diseases for each of the Syndromes:
Excess of Dampness Syndrome — the predisposition to diabetes mellitus, early cognitive dysfunction, angina pectoris, hyperproliferative processes, etc.
Blood stagnation Syndrome — the hemostasis system misfunctioning (increased clotting, thick blood), gynecological diseases (with a tendency to fibromyomas), IBS syndrome with functional pain, bloating, stagnation in the lungs, chest congestion, shortness of breath, chest and heart pain, etc.
Qi Stagnation Syndrome — depression, dryness of the Tsang organs, insomnia, functional diseases of the nervous system, a feeling of "lump in the throat", fear, etc.
Yang Excess Syndrome (stagnant fever) — hypertension, heart attacks, strokes, acne, damaged body fluids, dysphoria.
Damp Heat Syndrome — furuncles, jaundice (heat and fire syndromes).
Deficiency (emptiness) of Yin Syndrome – manifestations of dry heat with Yin damage, or Yin damage as a result of the disease, early signs of aging and withering of the skin, a tendency to hormonal diseases, dehydration.
Deficiency (emptiness) of Qi Syndrome — general debility and weakness of the protective forces provoke frequent colds, a tendency to visceroptosis (internal organs prolapse), general exhaustion, etc.
Deficiency (emptiness) of Yang Syndrome — shivering, cooling of limbs, diarrhea, slow pulse, as well as a tendency to hyperproliferative processes, impotence, etc.
Blood deficiency (emptiness) Syndrome — empty heat with further Yin and blood damage, atopic and dystrophic dry dermatitis, blood damage as a result of physical and mental overload.