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What your face says about your health


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    What your face says about your health

    What your face says about your health

    An individual's face not only gives nonverbal signals about someone's true well-being from unconscious facial expressions, but the state of their skin reveals a great deal about what's going on inside, both physically and emotionally.

    In fact, practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine have used facial analysis as a diagnostic tool for centuries, marrying specific facial areas and features with organs and emotional states.

    So when you get a recurring zit on the same part of your chin or have a perpetually congested or flaky forehead, your skin could be trying to tell you that there's a deeper health concern in need of attention.

    Facial diagnosis is not an absolute science, but it could certainly point you in the direction of a healthier lifestyle, Fox News reported.

    Mid-Cheeks are linked to the respiratory system, so a slight rash could be an indication that your body is starved of oxygen and you need to work on deepening your breath.

    The area is also a stomping ground for rosacea, so be sure to seek topical treatment if you have persistent redness that flares up easily. It's quite possible that too many stimulants like coffee and alcohol could be causing all that flushing.

    The mouth correlates to the stomach. Where the actual lips relate to the stomach and intestine, the surrounding area at the sides that run down toward the jowls are linked to the colon. Any spots or discoloration dotted around your lips could, therefore, be a sign of poor bowel movements, bloating or a poor appetite.

    Bloody gums indicate an acidic stomach, while dry and flaky lips are a fairly obvious sign of dehydration. Cracks or sores, alternatively, suggest a spleen in need of care.

    The kidneys and bladder show up on the chin. Any kind of hormonal imbalance will usually show up here, as guys who were plagued by acne as a teen will know only too well.

    If, as an adult, you've got congestion around the chin, then there's a good chance your kidneys are working overtime and you've put yourself under an unhealthy amount of stress.

    The comparatively large expanse of the forehead accounts for several organs, including the heart, the small intestine network and the bladder. If you've been partying hard, all that wear and tear will end up written on your forehead.

    Congestion signals poor detoxification, while a red and flaky complexion could indicate a digestive tract in need of a bit of lubrication. If you've got both, then your digestive system is crying out for help - a call you've probably felt elsewhere.

    The liver lies between the eyebrows. Unsurprisingly, too much alcohol or excessive consumption of other toxins are going to show up around here.

    Since the liver is inextricably linked with anger in traditional Chinese medicine, a furrowed brow is a good sign you might need to work through some anger issues.

    According to the TCM experts at ESPA Life, a stronger right brow can be found on patients who are more likely to express anger outwardly. Those with a stronger left side, however, will have a tendency to suppress their anger.

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    Re: What your face says about your health

    • The mouth is the entrance to the digestive tract.
    • The nose is the entrance to the respiratory system.
    • The eyes are connected to the optic nerve, brain, and nervous system.
    • The ears are the auditory system.

    How this looks on your face:

    • Your cheeks represent lungs and their condition.
    • Tip of the nose is heart.
    • Nostrils represent the bronchi of the lungs.
    • Middle part of the nose is stomach.
    • Upper part of the nose is pancreas.
    • Under the eyes reflect your kidneys.
    • Between the eyebrows shows liver condition.
    • The temples reflect your spleen.
    • Your forehead represents small [COLOR=#0072bc !important][COLOR=#0072bc !important]intestines[/COLOR][/COLOR].
    • Peripheral forehead reflects the large intestine.
    • Upper forehead shows the bladder.
    • Ears can reflect kidney function.
    • Your mouth reflects the condition of your entire digestive tract.
    • Around the mouth indicates the condition of your sexual organs.





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    Re: What your face says about your health

    Very nice post!!!

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    Re: What your face says about your health

    Dear Vijigermany, very nice points you have brought out by which one can easily diagnose his/her health by the face's look. thanks

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