The reason why our face gives out a lot more than we are aware is because the face skin is very thin and sensitive, so any kind of changes will surface there in a form of a rash, spots, complexion change, or lesions. According to this ancient technique, every part on the face is linked to a part of the body.
Forehead – Digestive system problems
Over-consumption of processed foods, sugars, and fats are the main reasons for digestive system problems. Other causes can include high levels of stress and excessive consumption of alcohol.
Avoid consuming alcohol as much as possible and try to have a good night sleep. Drink up to two liters of water a day and consume more raw foods.
Eyebrow arch – Kidney issues
Too much alcohol, heart issues, as well as smoking can cause kidney problems. Lower the intake of coffee, alcohol, drinks that contain added sugars and again, drink plenty of water.
Between the eyebrows – Liver problems
Chronic tiredness or too much meat consumption can cause liver problems. The stomach and liver are over-burdened and can’t function properly. Another possible cause for liver issues is food allergies. Eat fresh and raw foods whenever you can. Practice meditation or yoga and be more physically active. Make sure you spend more time outdoors.
Nose – Cardiovascular diseases
Impaired circulation, stomach acidity, bloating, as well as polluted air can all cause heart problems or high blood pressure.
Consult your doctor and check for high cholesterol or blood pressure. If you suffer from any of these two, or both, regular physical activity and consumption of organic green tea can help you maintain them within the normal limits.
Cheekbones – lungs
Smoking or air pollution can cause asthma or other breathing problems. The same is suggested by dark shades around your eyes. Smokers should consider quitting. Also, try to reduce your exposure to polluted air and cigarette smoke, and be more physically active.
Cheeks – Kidneys and lungs
Poor diet, too much sugar, high-stress levels, or smoking can cause odd changes around your cheeks. See a nutritionist who will help you balance your diet and use high-quality beauty products.
Chin and Mouth – Stomach
Overconsumption of fats, sugar, coffee, spices, and alcohol are the most common reasons for upset stomach. Others include High-stress levels and irregular sleeping patterns. Turn to raw foods, fruits and veggies, avoid spicy and fatty foods. If you still have stomach problems, see your doctor or a nutritionist.
Neck and Jaw- Hormonal imbalance
Too salty and spicy foods can cause hormonal imbalance. Caffeine is a known cause as well. Reduce the intake of salty and spicy foods and caffeine, and consume at least 2 liters of water daily.