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Face can tell about your health

When you look at your reflection, are you noticing everything?

Your face can reveal a lot about your health because your body is constantly sending out signals — but are you alert enough? Ancient Chinese beliefs say that your face can tell you about the health of your inner organs. Here are some signs to look out for...

Acne on the forehead
Your forehead is linked to the digestive system and the space between the brows is connected to your liver. When you eat too many foods that are rich and oily, or go an alcohol binging spree, it can result in a breakout in these areas on your face. If you get acne regularly here, improve your eating habits. Eat a nourishing diet and keep your body hydrated with liquids.

Spots on the cheeks
There could be many reasons for a spots on the cheeks. While dirty bed linen and hormonal imbalances could be a few, cheeks are linked to your lungs. So if you get spots on a recurring basis, it could indicate respiratory problems.

Spots on the chin
As women go through different stages in their menstrual cycle, imbalances can cause spots and breakouts on the chin and jaw line. However, if you notice spots that are persistent, it could be a hormone imbalance or an endocrine disorder like the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Visit a gynaecologist to get your hormone levels checked.

Dark circles
If someone in your family has dark circles, chances are you might, too. However, if you suddenly notice a dramatic increase or realise that your dark circles are getting worse, it may point to some problems. The area under your eyes is connected to your kidneys, so any drastic changes could indicate dehydration or accumulating toxins. Increase your water intake and avoid excessive coffee, alcohol and salt. Other reasons for under-eye circles include anaemia.

Excessive body hair
Excessive hair anywhere on the body can be an inconvenient problem. It could point towards an underlying endocrine disorder, so get yourself checked by a doctor. One of the symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is excessive body hair apart from acne, infrequent periods and weight gain.

Discoloured tongue


Your tongue can reveal a lot about your health. If you have a lack of iron or vitamin B12), your tongue will get red and sore. If there is a blue discolouration, it could indicate a lack of oxygen in your blood stream. On the other hand, white lesions are a sign of oral thrush.

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