The importance of good health is realized when we are sick. But even though some diseases can be detected early, our carelessness and indifference can make them more likely to go unnoticed. That is why doctors advise us to treat certain serious illnesses, especially if they are diagnosed early.
When your body is not functioning properly, the body gives us various signals to make us aware of it. It is important that you pay close attention to those tips in order to understand what your body is trying to tell you. For example, it is important to be aware of abnormal changes in the body, such as changes in color, changes in color, and changes in sensation.
Such health problems can also be detected by certain abnormal features that you can see on your face. Today, modern medical methods such as MRI and X-ray are used to diagnose the disease. However, in the past, diagnoses were based on certain facial symptoms. Even in Ayurvedic medicine, every part of the face is carefully observed and analyzed. This is because every part of the face is connected to an internal organ of the body. Today we are going to focus on some of the features that can be observed on your face that can reveal about your health.
Jaw protrusion is part of the body’s aging process. Called ‘retrogenia’ by medical science, this jaw receding condition is sometimes caused by genetic factors. Two other possible causes of this condition are ‘Pierre Robin sequence’ (shortening of the lower jaw and tongue towards the throat) and ‘Treacher Collins syndrome’ (genetic predisposition of the head and face) These are innate traits that can cause even difficulties. In some cases, doctors recommend wearing braces or ‘toothpicks’ to treat the chin (especially when not in alignment).
02.Excessive growth of facial hair follicles
Unwanted facial hair growth is a major obstacle to female beauty. Removing them can take a lot of time as well as money. But, your cosmetologist is not the only one who can cure the problem of excessive facial hair growth. This is because excessive hair growth is an indication that your body has a health problem. Hair on the face as well as other parts of the body becomes thicker, darker and rougher due to a condition called ‘Hirsutism’ (increased growth of hair like in men due to increased exposure to androgens). Such a condition can be caused by testosterone hormones or genetic factors. This condition is more common in women in the Mediterranean, South Asia and the Middle East.
It is important to get tested because skin discoloration and paleness can be a sign of anemia or anemia. If only one particular area of your face or limbs is so pale, you should see a doctor immediately. Pale skin can be caused by poor blood flow, low oxygen levels, low blood pressure, or low blood cell count. Excessive exposure to the sun and environmental exposure to extreme cold can also cause pale skin.
Lip cracking can occur when the body is excessively dehydrated. (Especially since the mind does not drink much water during the day). But, chapped lips can be a more serious condition than you think. No matter how much treatment is given, if it does not show a cure, it may have reached a critical level. Chestitis as well as the herpes virus can cause cleft lip and palate. Keilitis is a condition that occurs as a result of excessive exposure to sunlight. There is a thin white circle around the lips. If left untreated, it can lead to serious skin cancer. The herpes virus causes dry skin around the lips and peels off, causing sores. This is a virus that spreads quickly and needs to be treated immediately.
Warts are a condition that develops on the skin that is not harmful to the body. However, care should be taken with warts that have developed abnormally. If the warts have an asymmetrical shape, hair follicles have developed, are of a different color, or are more than 6 mm in diameter, you should see a doctor immediately and have them checked. However, it is said that having a large amount of warts on the body helps you to look young for a very long time.
These lesions can occur on the nose and lips. They can be caused by the first type of herpes virus (type 1 herpes virus). These can recur even if treated and cured. Doctors say that such injuries can last a lifetime and are at risk of recurrence due to poor health, stress, fatigue and excessive sun exposure. Such wounds heal naturally within 1-3 weeks. However, if they become abnormally large or persistent, seek medical attention immediately.
This is Bell’s Palsy (a condition in which the muscles in the area of the face become paralyzed and temporarily lose the ability to handle them.) This condition causes severe pain in the jaw and back area. This paralysis is caused by a virus that causes pain and swelling in the facial nerve. This is a condition that develops in a matter of hours or days. This condition takes about 3-6 months to heal.
Dry skin is usually caused by a lack of proper nutrition or moisture. It can also occur on the skin due to various climatic influences and changes. However, there are times when the dryness and cracking of the skin should not be ignored. This condition can sometimes be caused by your poor and unhealthy diet, hyperthyroidism or even diabetes. Drink plenty of water a day. Keep your skin hydrated well. However, if your skin continues to become excessively dry, seek medical advice as soon as possible.
09.Eye bags and puffiness
These symptoms can occur on your face as a side effect of going to bed late and not getting enough sleep. So try to get a good night’s sleep every day. It is very important for your body, but if the problem still persists, it may indicate that your body has a health problem. Swelling around the eyes occurs as a result of fluid deposits from the eyelids. It is caused by allergies, excessive crying or high salt intake. This condition can be exacerbated in hot and humid climates.
10.Oral health problems including bad breath
Bad breath and oral problems can be a sign of deteriorating bone health and heart health. A 2010 article in the British Medical Journal found that brushing teeth reduced the risk of heart disease. Also, people who do not brush their teeth on a daily basis have a 70% higher risk of heart disease than people who brush twice a day.
11.Acne on the skin associated with the jaw area
Acne mainly affects people in the area of oily skin. However, the appearance of acne in the jaw area is slightly different. It is caused by stress, hormonal imbalances and changes, certain birth control methods, antidepressants, B vitamins and so on. These pimples can be thick and red in nature and appear in clusters of white pus even on the upper lip area. Acne can have serious psychological consequences, such as polycystic ovary syndrome.
This may be mainly due to the accumulation of wax in the ear. But that is not the only reason why the ear is itchy. They can sometimes be caused by allergies or infections caused by the use of various products.
As a more serious condition, itchy ears can sometimes be a symptom of eczema or psoriasis, a skin condition. In this case, you need immediate treatment.
13.Hair that is dull and lifeless
Hair loss can be caused by poor diet, dehydration, and chemical damage. If it is possible to observe a gradual deterioration of the health of the hair, it may also be a symptom of a thyroid-related condition.
14.The nature of the horizontal lines of the tube
Wrinkles on the skin are common with age. However, the appearance of wrinkles on the face may not be due to the symptoms of aging. The appearance of such horizontal curls on the forehead is often referred to as tension lines. This indicates that the person is suffering from severe stress. It is also a symptom of unhealthy eating habits. In particular, these symptoms are directly related to the health of the digestive system. If you consume a lot of sugary or fatty foods on a daily basis, you are more likely to have these wrinkles on your face.