Your Face Can Reveal Which Of Your Body Parts Aren’t Healthy And What You Can Do About It

source: Mystical Raven

Your skin is the largest organ of your body, so it’s not surprising that it can tell us certain things about how our other organs and body parts are functioning. According to ancient Chinese medicine, skin issues and issues with our internal organs are all connected. Skin problems like pimples, rashes, and acne can point to other health problems that you may be unaware of. Thanks to NutriLife Tips for sharing this interesting information!

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Cheek Acne – Stomach & Spleen

Factors include:

Smoking and alcohol consumption
Touching your face constantly
Overconsumption of coffee
Bacteria buildup
Poor circulation

Jaw & Neck Acne

Factors include:

Overconsumption of sugar
Overconsumption of starch
Hormonal issues
Candida

Forehead Acne – Small Intestine & Nervous System

Factors include:

Overconsumption of fatty and processed foods
Excessive stress
Overconsumption of alcohol
Dehydration
Toxic buildup
Poor digestion
Leaky gut

Acne Around Corners of Forehead – Bladder & Kidney

Factors include:

Chronic stress and anxiety
Medication side effects
Increased sugar intake
Chronic infections
Inflammation

Acne Between Eyebrows – Liver

Factors include:

Increased meat consumption
Dehydration
Overconsumption of alcohol
Consumption of greasy foods
Liver imbalance
Exposure to toxins

Eye Area & Eyebrow Acne – Kidneys

Factors include:

Poor circulation
Weak heart function
Smoking
Overconsumption of alcohol
Malnutrition
Dehydration

Nose Acne – Heart

Factors include:

Excessive salt consumption
Indigestion
Bloating and constipation
High blood pressure
Poor circulation

Chin & Mouth Area Acne – Stomach & Colon

Factors include:

Hormonal issues
Gynecological issues
Dehydration
Consumption of greasy foods
Kidney imbalance
Mouth and stomach ulcers
Dry mouth

Upper Cheek Acne

Factors include:

Allergies
Stomach issues
Stress
Overeating
Malabsorption of nutrients
Poor air quality

Ear Area & Temple Acne

Factors include:

Dehydration
Stress
Excess oil production
Diet too high in fats
Poor lymphatic circulation

Lip Area Acne

Factors include:

Hormonal imbalance
Ovulation
Issues with reproductive organs
Menstrual cycle
Constipation and irregular bowel movements

source: Mystical Raven

Many of these health issues can be resolved by implementing lifestyle changes. Avoid smoking, drinking alcohol in excess, and eating processed foods, greasy foods, and foods high in starch. A healthy diet includes a balance of protein, healthy fats, and lots of fruits and veggies. If you suspect that you may be experiencing a more serious health problem, you should consult with your doctor right away.