Using This Chinese Face Map You Can Find Out What Part Of Your Body Is Sick

Your face can tell a lot about what happens in your body, it acts as a kind of a mirror. There’s a technique  called face mapping – a Chinese traditional method of diagnosing. According to this practice the body is connected through energy channels known as meridians that transfer energy between the organs. When something is wrong with our body it usually manifests itself on our skin. So let’s see what your face reveals about your body courtesy of Style Graze. 

1. Forehead



Connected to: Bladder, small intestine.

Alcohol consumption, sugar, and fatty foods all contribute to changes on our forehead. Also, anxiety and stress because the intestines are majorly affected by our nervous system. So the solution would be to eat more vegetables, probiotic food like yogurt and try yoga or meditation.

2. Between the eyebrows



Connected to: Liver

Since the liver is the one that does all the detoxification an excess of toxins, processed foods, or stress can cause changes on the skin between the eyebrows. Try to detoxicate the liver with eating leafy greens, turmeric, and lean protein.

3. Below the eyes



Connected to: Kidneys

Eye bags, dark circles, and puffiness all indicate dehydration which is connected with the kidneys since they are the ones taking care of all the fluid in the body. The solution would be to cut sugar, caffeine, and refined salt and drink water but slowly through the day.

4. Nose



Connected to: Heart
If you have blackheads on your nose it might be because of heart congestion and redness indicates blood sugar/pressure issues. Lower your cholesterol by eating less sugar and consume omega-3 fatty acids. Also, try to eliminate stress and anger.

5. Cheeks



Connected to: stomach, spleen

The stomach and spleen help the food break down and the speed is what filters the blood. So, red cheeks might indicate that there is some inflammation in the stomach. That’s why you need to include high-fiber food in your diet and cut off smoking and alcohol.

6. Mouth and chin



Connected to: colon, stomach

If you have an ulcer on your mouth it might mean that you also have a stomach ulcer. Avoid spicy food and consume more aloe vera and chia seeds.

7. Jaw and neck



Any acne that appears in this area might be due to hormonal imbalance, stress and increased intake of salt or caffeine. Eat less salt and reduce caffeine and alcohol consumption.

 * This information is meant to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or healthcare provider and is not meant to cover all possible uses, precautions, interactions or adverse effects. This information may not fit your specific health circumstances.
Source: Stylecraze