If Qi goes out of balance it either becomes deficient or stagnant.

1. Do you feel tired or tire towards the end of the day even without overdoing it?
2. Do you find it a strain to assert yourself?
3. If you are feeling tired do you find it hard to digest your food or do you easily get loose bowels?
4. Do you sometimes get weak in the legs and prefer to sit down?
5. Do you easily feel breathless, especially if you assert yourself, eg. run for a short distance?

If you answer at least two of the questions above is Yes then you may have a tendency to Qi deficiency.

1. Do you sometimes feel tired, then go for a run or exercise and feel instantly better?
2. Do others describe you as moody, or if you are a woman do you often get pre-menstrual tension?
3. Do you get depressed, then feel better if you go out and socialise?
4. Do you have symptoms that seem to move around or come and go?
5. Do you sometimes feel distension in your chest, ribcage or abdomen?

If the answer to at least two of these questions is Yes than you may have a tendency to Qi stagnation.

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