Yang Syndrome

A disease that is short-term, active, strong, and gets worse quickly falls under the yang syndrome. Signs may include red face, fever, liking cold, feeling jittery, dry lips, wanting to drink water, loud voice, enjoying talking, bad breath, and not being able to go to the bathroom easily. In yang syndrome, the pulse is usually fast, strong, and slippery; and the tongue is red with a dry, yellow coating.