What your face says about your health?
According to traditional oriental medicine, our face reflects the state of our health and lifestyle. The body is like a mirror, reflects the state of internal organs at the moment. Often, one look at the experienced person can tell more about a person’s health than many hours of diagnostic tests using medical technology. Knowing which signals your body is trying to send you maybe help you rethink what or bad habits that adversely affect your health.
SLIM AND SKINNY FACE
You are probably too exhausting himself workouts and diets. When you overload yourself workouts, you prevent getting enough oxygen skin, and it is the most affected region in the cheekbones.
Create your own training plan, stick to a healthy diet, and your face will stay young and fresh.
If your face is swollen, this means that you may need to increase physical activity, reduce stress and the amount of alcohol consumed. These three factors negatively affect the process of collagen production, as a result of which the facial skin becomes sluggish.
In order for your face to look smoother and younger, regularly maintain physical activity and reduce the consumption of alcoholic beverages.
If you like to spend a lot of time under the sun, then you should know that exposure to ultraviolet radiation is one of the main reasons for the early appearance of wrinkles. Since the skin around the eyes is much thinner and more delicate, it can easily be damaged in the sun.
To protect the skin of your face, use sunscreen, even when it’s cloudy.
The main cause of dry and sensitive skin is usually a bad diet. Malnutrition leads to a deficiency of vitamins and minerals responsible for skin elasticity. Keep in mind that anti-aging creams are completely useless, if you do not take care of the skin from the inside.
Include fruits in your diets and vegetables, and soon you will notice the result.
Drinking too much coffee can cause irritation and redness of the skin. Caffeine dehydrates the cells, causing inflammation and dry skin. In addition, if you work at night and sleep during the day, you may have a shortage of vitamin D.
Reduce the consumption of coffee or replace it with another delicious drink. And to get enough vitamin D, try to sunbathe more often, but do not forget about the use of sunscreen.
A yellow complexion can be a sign of anemia or liver problems. If you notice a change in the skin, it is very important to contact a specialist as soon as possible.
If the facial skin becomes paler than normal, then this may be a sign of iron deficiency. Try to increase the intake of foods rich in iron, such as meat and legumes. Do not forget about vitamin C, because it facilitates the absorption of iron in your body.
DARK CIRCLES UNDER THE EYES
When suffering from insomnia and malnutrition, getting rid of dark circles under the eyes is much more difficult. Smoking and alcohol consumption also make their negative contribution.
Therefore, try to get enough sleep (about 8 hours) and get rid of bad habits. Exercise and a well-balanced diet will also help to create wonders for tired skin.
WRINKLES AROUND THE EYES
If you have deep wrinkles around the eyes, then, for sure, you like to smile a lot. Although smiling is useful, but it is also worth knowing that these lines can signal a deficiency of vitamin B. A cracked lip is usually caused by a lack of vitamin C.
A healthy diet, rich in green vegetables, oranges, sweet peppers can positively change the situation around your lips.
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