Through the face and can discover various conditions of the body and its appearance can be intuited as is the state of health of a person. Below we show you some of the most important signs.
If the face is very emaciated and very thin, especially in the part of the cheekbones, it can be due to an excess of exercise or diet. And is that if you practice too much sport, the skin does not have enough oxygen or the necessary fats, so it also thins in the same way as another part of the body.
If a face is down and something “chubby” can show a lack of exercise or a high level of stress, habits that increase the production of some hormones by cortisol that affect the development of collagen and that can cause lack of elasticity, circulatory problems , inflammation and fluid retention.
They are usually associated with the passage of time, but not only this is the trigger for it, since it may also be due to long exposure to the sun, as UV rays cause deeper and thicker wrinkles especially around the eyes and in the forehead, that is, in the areas that have a finer dermis.
The wrinkles that form at the corners of the lips deserve a separate analysis, since the so-called “angular stomatitis” is usually due to a lack of vitamin B, as well as a deficiency of vitamin B when there is a lack of vitamin C In both cases it is advisable to consume more citrus fruits and green vegetables.
The reasons for the redness of the skin may be due to an excessive consumption of coffee and not getting enough vitamin D. It has been shown that caffeine dehydrates, in the same way as spicy and alcohol.
If the face looks too white even after having eaten, iron may be missing. In this case it is advisable to consume foods that are rich in vitamin C and legumes.
The dark marks that appear under the skin and that are treated to disguise with makeup bases, may be caused by lack of sleep or by eating a diet that is low in iron. The bluish tint that appears under the eyes, are actually the blood vessels that are seen through the dermis that is very thin and thin.
A yellowish skin is a clear sign of liver problems, mainly cirrhosis or hepatitis. The first can be caused by an excess of alcohol consumption.
If you are missing a vitamin, especially vitamin A, you may feel very dry skin. If constipation, hair loss, extreme tiredness, obesity or an irregular monthly cycle is added, it can mean that there are thyroid problems.