Effect of Taijiquan on Sub-healthy People under Brinell Microscopy

  • Mengning Xie
Keywords: Sub-health State, Combination of Movement and Static, Anxiety and Irritability, Health Care Effect


Sub-health is a state of mind and body between health and disease. It often manifests as depression, irritability,
depression, anxiety, insomnia, lack of energy, and susceptibility to colds. Chinese traditional sports Taijiquan is
the use of "yin and yang opening and closing to move the whole body" to achieve the purpose of strengthening
the body. It has the characteristics of rigidity and softness, combination of dynamic and static, and physical
fitness. It is a good health exercise. The purpose of this article is to study the effect of Taijiquan on sub-health
status under a cloth microscope. The research object selected in this article is students. Experimental data show
that Tai Chi exercise has a significant therapeutic effect on improving the sub-health status of college students.
Conditions such as decreased memory and reduced adaptability have been significantly improved. Experimental
data show that Taijiquan has a significant effect on the treatment of sub-health symptoms of college students,
with an effective rate of more than 80%. The experimental subjects in the experimental group have significant
changes in scores before and after the experiment, and have significant differences (P <0.05). Therefore, it is
suggested that public physical education courses in universities should address the phenomenon that some
students are physically weak and in a sub-health state. Under the guidance of "health first", vigorously promote
health care that has health effects such as Tai Chi and can also improve students' physical health course.