SUB-HEALTH IS A CRITICAL STATE, ALSO CALLED A THIRD STATE, A GRAY AREA BETWEEN HEALTH AND DISEASE OR UNHEALTHY CONDITIONS. THE MAIN SYMPTOMS OF SUB-HEALTH STATE ARE:
Physical performance: fatigue, weakness, muscle and joint pain, dizziness, headache, palpitations, chest tightness, sleep disorders, loss of appetite, abdominal discomfort, loose stools, constipation, fear of cold or heat, sweating, somber and dull facial complexion, and blurred vision. Female premenstrual thoracic fullness, and indurations.
Mental performance: upset, restlessness, fear, timidity, memory loss, lack of concentration, lack of energy, slow response.
Social performance: unable to undertake social roles, working and learning difficulties, unable to correctly handle interpersonal relationships and family relationships, difficult for normal social interaction.