Your Face Reveals Everything About Your Health
Did you know that your face tells you how your body is doing?
Many health experts believe that your face reveals how you and your body actually feel. Facial impurities can be a sign of health problems elsewhere in the body.
The theory is that problems with digestion, heart or fertility can all be read in the small area between the forehead and chin.
Read on, find your mirror and check how your health is 🙂
– Red ears can be a sign of a mild allergic reaction to either food, alcohol, caffeine or medication.
What you can do: Cut down on alcohol and caffeine, and consider whether you eat something you can not tolerate e.g. citrus fruits, kiwi or tomato.
– Impurities on the top of the forehead can be a sign of imbalance in the colon.
– Impurities at the bottom of the forehead can mean an imbalance in the small intestine.
Redness, eczema or impurities at the hairline indicate bladder problems.
– The temple shows how the spleen is doing. Rash here is a sign that the body can not digest food properly.
What you can do: Help your digestion along the way by getting enough lactic acid bacteria. Eat e.g. “skyr” or yoghurt natural for breakfast.
– If you have impurities or rashes between the eyebrows, it may be because you eat too much fat and protein.
– If the impurities are in the eyebrows themselves, it is the gallbladder that is the problem.
What you can do: Cut down on fatty foods and the amount of protein. Eat more vegetables instead, and also make sure to get food with the flavour nuances sour and bitter. It provides better digestion.
– Impurities and eczema on the chin are signs of an imbalance in the hormonal system. You may also notice it in the form of menstrual problems from irregular or painful menstruation to it completely disappearing.
You can do this: The hormones are regulated i.e. via omega-3 and omega-6 fats. Therefore, eat cold-pressed oils, nuts, seeds, kernels, olives and avocados. Never skip breakfast and make sure you get plenty of greens throughout the day.
– Blood clots over the bridge of the nose are signs of too little stomach acid.
– A swollen and fluid-filled nose shows that the body has problems with blood circulation and excretion of waste products.
– A swollen and hard nose indicates that you have too much fat around the internal organs.
– A constant red nose can be a sign of heart problems – or of alcohol abuse.
What you can do: Avoid sugar and saturated animal fats. Also, limit your consumption of alcohol to no more than one item a day, and eat no more than two pieces of fruit daily to keep your fruit sugar intake down.
– Constant red cheeks reveal problems in the lungs and heart. The reason may be an excessive intake of the so-called “cold” foods, e.g. sugar, sweet fruits and soy milk.
– Milky white and swollen cheeks indicate mucus in the lungs and intestines due to too many dairy products.
– Impure skin on the cheeks can be a sign of excretion of waste products from the lungs and intestines, often seen in smokers.
– Small silvery hairs on the cheeks can come if you consume a lot of dairy products.
What you can do: Eat more “hot” foods, including strong spices, root vegetables and herbs. You can also work on your breathing, e.g. by taking deep breaths several times a day.
– Bags under the eyes indicate problems with the kidneys and bladder – usually caused by a lack of sleep.
– Fluid-filled bags under the eyes are often due to the kidney tissue being swollen, probably after ingesting too much fluid.
– Dark circles under the eyes are a sign of an allergy.
What you can do: Make sure you get enough sleep at night, preferably 7-8 hours. If you suffer from allergies, it may be a good idea to take a closer look at your diet, adjust it and possibly supplement with a dietary supplement.
MOUTH & LIP
– A swollen upper lip is a sign of stomach problems, typically related to the stomach itself.
– A swollen lower lip indicates problems with the colon.
– Dry lips are often due to too low fluid intake.
– A strong redness on the lips can be a sign of infection in the body, of high blood pressure or of abnormal lung function.
Cracks in the corner of the mouth are often seen in the absence of vitamin B2 or iron.
What you can do: Chew your food slowly. Cut back on coffee, salt, alcohol, grains, starch, animal fats and dairy products. Completely avoid sugar. Eat coarse vegetables and drink plenty of water.
And remember, these are all theories from several health experts.