LIFESTYLE

What your breakout is telling you about your body

Fix the problem from the inside out!
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Humans get pimples. It’s one of life’s things and there’s not really a whole lot you can do to prevent it… Well, you know, other than eating well, keeping clean, not smoking, sleeping enough and drinking lots of water, but aside from that if it’s gonna happen, it’s gonna happen.

Have you ever wondered, though, what it means when you break out on certain parts of your body? The dreaded ‘bacne’, forehead craters and pizza face vibes are the things that send us all a little insane, so it’s good to know what to do to avoid getting it on.

Turns out you can tell a lot about what’s going on inside, by taking a peek at what’s happening outside!

Between the eyes or in-between your eyebrows
Apparently this part of your body is linked to your liver, so you may need to hang back on the fast food and unhealthy sweets. If you can limit the amount of food you eat at night, too, it makes it easier on your liver so it doesn’t have to work overtime to get through it all as you lay stationery.

The forehead
This area matches-up with your digestion and bladder! This could be a sign you have too many toxins inside your bod. Flush them out by increasing your water intake and saying a healthy ‘no’ to processed foods like bars and baked things. Green tea can help!

Your nose
This little guy is indicative of your heart, so you know it’s important. Getting your blood pressure checked is a good place to start, but also exercising for a minimum of 30 consecutive minutes every day can do its bit to help. Also, again, try to cut-out anything processed in your diet and opt instead for low-GI snacks like nuts.

The upper cheek region, near your cheek bones
Your lungs/air sacks/talking bags come into focus when you’ve got zits happening in this area. Try avoid smoking and other smoke around you. Clean air is everyone’s friend!

Your lower cheeks, or the fleshy parts
Teeth and gums could be struggling if you’re having pimples appear on this part of your face. Try to floss after every meal and brush at least twice per day.

Your earlobes
Who even thought you’d get pimples here? But you can and do! Anything on your earlobes could be a sign your kidneys aren’t happy with you. Drink lots of water all through the day (recommended 3L or 8 glasses per day) to flush ’em right out.

Chin or your jawline
Someone say ‘hormones’?! That’s what pimples on this section means and can normally come about at your ‘time of the month’. These can be painful and under the skin and awful, so try enjoying an indulgent face mask and chill right out.

Source: FamousLive

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