Your Face Says A Lot More About The State Of Your Health Than You Think

Your face says a lot more than you think about the state of your health and your lifestyle; at least according to Eastern medicine. But you might find that even the modern medical field will agree with that. By looking closely at a persons facial features you can tell a lot about the state of their overall health. Your face can reveal several clues that can alert an onlooker to your diet or even a few possible diseases.

So, here’s what your face can reveal about your health courtesy of Style Craze. 


1. Forehead


  • Any horizontal lines on your face might mean that you have digestive issues. Doctors recommend drinking warm water with lemon every morning.
  • As for that pronounced frown line, it might indicate liver problems or physical stress.
  • Pimples that appear on the forehead are connected with liver or stomach issues. Try eating more leafy greens.

2. Mouth and chin


  • Smoking leads to lines around your mouth and accelerates aging of the skin.
  • Sores around the mouth appear because of a B12 deficiency. Try consuming more meat and green vegetables.
  • If your lips are cracked and dry it might be because you have iron deficiency anemia or you are simply dehydrated. Always keep a bottle of water next to you.
  • Inflamed or dry skin on the chin is connected with constipation. Try massaging the skin on the chin in circles.

3. Eyes


  • Not only insufficient sleep but also dairy and wheat intolerance or alcohol might be the cause of dark circles under the eyes.
  • As for those dark circles on the eyelids, they are connected with iron deficiency.
  • Any problems with the lymphatic system could be connected with the appearance of white spots on the eyes.

4. Ears and jaw line


  • Acne that appears on your jawline might be due to an unhealthy lifestyle, junk food, and dairy.
  • And acne around the jaw could caused by a drop in estrogen levels. According to experts you need to consume more apricots, mangoes and sweet potatoes all containing vitamin A – essential for skin regeneration.
  • If your ears are itching you might need some vitamin D. Spend a day out in the sun.

5. Skin


  • If you have spots on your cheeks you may not be cleaning your skin properly and dirt is clogging up your pores.
  • And small bumps under the skin mean that you are using products that are too strong for your skin. Instead, try using something milder.
  • Dark patches might be a sign that your body is trying to get rid of toxins.
  • Oily skin might be due to unhealthy food choices, so be more careful with what you eat.

 * 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