Chinese President Mao Zedong’s Health: Mao’s Battle With Neurasthenia, Mao’s Last Appearance in Public, Smoking Causing Further Health Problems for Mao, Mao’s Utopian Vision, the Detestment of Mao’s Wife Jiang Qing, Mao’s Mausoleum in Tiananmen Square, Jiang’s Conviction, Sentencing, and Suicide, and the Annual Income of Chinese Farmers

Mao Zedong suffered from neurasthenia his entire life, a condition which causes fatigue, anxiety, headache, heart palpitations, high blood pressure, neuralgia, and depressed mood. In 1973, Mao appeared for the last time ever in a major party gathering. Too weak to stand, his party members are asked to leave first so as not to see him struggle as he comes to his feet and shuffled out of the meeting room. Mao suffered from emphysema and heart disease due to his habit of smoking, the habit being so...

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