Yin Syndromes

A disease that is long-term, weak, calm, and doesn’t get worse quickly falls under the yin syndrome. Signs may include a pale face, feeling tired, heavy body, cold hands and feet, soft voice, not wanting to talk, weak breath, not wanting to eat, liking warmth, and belly pain that feels better with rubbing. In yin syndrome, the pulse is usually slow, fine, and weak; and the tongue is light-colored, soft, and moist.