The liver, which is responsible for the smooth flow of chi throughout the body, is very close to the spleen which is the main digestive organ. When liver chi stagnates, due to stress, anger, frustration or inappropriate diet, it invades the spleen and disturbs the digestive process. From a psychological perspective liver invading the spleen is affiliated with self-sabotage.
Irritability, abdominal distension and pain, alternation of constipation and diarrhoea, stools sometimes dry and sometimes loose, flatulence, tiredness.
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