Meridian-Therapy: Einergy of the Bladder Meridian

The Bladder Meridian

The bladder meridian begins at the side of the nose, 3 mm next to the angle of the eye, runs over the forehead and head to the nape, where two parallel branches form and run down the back next to the spine. A branch runs directly down to the popliteal fossa, where it connects to the temporarily inward running second branch. From there it goes down to beside the Achilles tendon and then on to the outer nail angle of the little toe.
Internal branches have a connection to the brain, the handlebar vessel and the kidneys.

Two things you should remember the bladder meridian. They make the bladder meridian particularly interesting:

1. He has a connection to the autonomic nervous system. This has an influence on the sympathetic and the parasympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system.

2. On the back are the so-called approval points to the individual organs. This has a direct influence on the internal organs


The bladder is responsible for the collection and elimination of urine, there is a close relationship to the kidney
From the bladder meridian can be affected:
Eyes, head, brain, neck, back, buttocks, sciatic nerve, nervous system in general,
Bladder, kidney, urinary tract, prostate, back of legs, knees, heel, foot outer edge
Cause is common: cold, wet. Often a kidney weakness is responsible

Disturbances of the bladder energy give the following picture:

Complaints from
Eyes: watery eyes, aching, red eyes, low vision
Nose: runny nose, nosebleed, sinusitis
Ears: deafness, ear complaints
Head: headache, forehead and backache,
Neck: neck pain

Back: low back pain, back pain, lumbago, sciatica, cold buttocks, rather weak back

Bladder: Pain or difficulty urinating, acute urinary tract infection, urinary reaction, dark or rather pale urine, chronic cystitis, dribbling

Legs: cold legs, calf cramps, aching legs, cold feet

Other: Sexual organ dysfunction, hemorrhoids