From your list it seems like you're talking more about period dramas that might have some fantasy elements to them.
Some of the big things I don't see or remember seeing in any period Western fantasies:
1) Characters flying around like they weigh the same amount as a feather.
2) Qi (Ki? Energy?) points on the body that cause characters to be immobilized
3) Blood spraying from the mouth to signify they were hurt badly. I've sometimes seen Western characters have blood coming out of their mouths but usually it means they're dying of internal bleeding and it slowly oozes out of their mouth, they don't spray it out like salt water.
There is 1 exception to 1) Into the Badlands but it's not exactly the same as the dramas you listed because it's set in a world after the collapse of society. It's swords and stuff but there are some cars and guns leftover from before civilization was destroyed. So it's kind of a period fantasy but it's kind of not... and the flying around in the air isn't nearly as gratuitous as Chinese dramas.
How does the average Western period/fantasy drama compare? I agree with you that it's bloodier, it's more violent and graphic and usually some nudity.
Western period/fantasy dramas usually have at least one of two things: nudity and graphic bloody violence. Many of them will have both. I have watched many historical/fantasy dramas. If you think Game of Thrones is too bloody for you then maybe try out something like: Merlin or Legend of the Seeker. But I would say most Western period/fantasy dramas have a significant amount of violence and nudity in them. Most of them.