What Does Acne Reveal About Your Health?

Many times we try to treat our acne by using topical spot treatments, but these products only provide temporary relief.
Sometimes what our acne is telling us is that it is caused by internal health issues which we need to address.

Acne is an infection under our skin that gets inflamed by our immune system. Knowing the reasons why we get acne on the outside can help us fix what is going on inside our bodies.

It is really amazing how the Ancient Chinese healers diagnosed the health issues without sophisticated machines. Actually, they used the technique of reading the face and detecting the signs of almost any health condition.

Face mapping is based on the position of acne on the face and linkage to the health problems in the body. This method is safe and non-invasive that help you treat health problems accordingly. The facts that all organs are interconnected in the body, through the look at the face the healer or doctor can diagnose anything.

The area between your eyebrows – Liver
If you have acne on this part of the face, it could mean you’re overeating meat and smoking or drinking too much. This, in turn, puts extra stress on your liver. Therefore, start eating healthier foods and limit your cigarettes and drinks.

Cheeks – Lungs and Liver
The most common cause of acne on this part of the face is poor dental hygiene. So, to treat and prevent them from reoccurring, brush and floss your teeth regularly, as well as avoid sugary foods and drinks.

Eyebrows and eye area – Kidneys
Dehydration and malnutrition are the 2 most common causes of acne breakout in this part of the face. Other possible causes include smoking, alcohol abuse, weak heart, and poor circulation.
Besides drinking lots of water, you should also avoid alcohol and caffeine.

Nose – Heart
Acne on your nose could mean you have a high intake of salt. According to the Chinese medical practitioners, the nose is connected with the heart. Therefore, acne on this part of the face could indicate problems with your blood pressure and heart.

Mouth and chin – Stomach
If you have acne around your mouth and chin, it’s time to avoid sugary and fatty foods and limit the alcohol intake. These skin areas are related to the stomach. So, you may want to include more fermented foods to your diet.

Jaw and neck – Hormones
This acne location indicates problems with your hormones. Therefore, start eating healthier foods, and limit your caffeine and salt intake.

Forehead – Bladder and small intestine
This acne location reveals you might be eating too much fatty and processed foods, or foods with low fiber content. Stress and heavy drinking can be other reasons for dehydration, poor digestion, and toxic buildup.

Therefore, drink plenty of water, preferably 10 to 12 glasses a day, and avoid junk food and alcohol.

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