It is easier for a doctor to chat with a patient eye to eye, and tell the patient what is wrong, because it is not only to create a rapport. Because our face is giving vital clues due to certain health conditions. But not only doctors today are using it, even the Chinese people in ancient times did it.
Long ago, the Chinese medicine was able to diagnose what is happening in our organisms, just by seeing the signs on our faces, they were even able to find out the minor diseases too.
This ancient Chinese medicine believed that, everything that happens in our organism is due to some complication of our internal organs, because everything is connected in our body. Therefore, reading the signs on the face became very helpful to detect a disease or a health issue.
This is a safe way of finding out about the disease, and it is proving that all of our organs are interconnected, the position of our acne on our faces can actually tell us about the problem that we have in our body, or the disease.
Here is what it means to have acne on different places of your face.
Acne on your cheeks:
- Poor circulation
- Bacterial buildups
- Acne on the T-zone
- Taking too much caffeine
- Alcohol abuse
- Touching your face with dirty hands
Acne on your neckline, jaw or chin:
- Hormonal problems
- Candida infection
- Consuming a lot of processed sugar
- Excessive consumption of starch
Face mapping is a method, which is used to detect a more specific disease in our body, and through it you are able to know which organ is not functioning as it should. Continue reading the article and find out what organ is in danger, by the position of the acne on your face.
Liver — The small area between your eyebrows
The constant meet consumption, will make your stomach to hardly process the food you intake, therefore it will create extra pressure to it and it won’t be able to function well. This will cause it to overwork, and the overworking will cause acne to appear between your eyebrows. You need to reduce the consumption of meat and start eating more veggies and fruits, and try to spend more time outside in the fresh air.
Small intestine and Bladder — Forehead
Acne on your forehead may be provided from eating a lot of fatty food which is processed, and consuming a lot less fiber than you should. Also they can be provided from the abuse of alcohol which is very likely to cause a toxic buildup, poor digestion or dehydration. You should limit the intake of processed foods and alcohol, also try drinking more water, it is recommended 10 to 12 glasses of water on daily basis.
Lungs — Upper part of the cheeks
Acne appearing in this area, means that the air you breathe is too polluted. So you must avoid smoking and stay inside when the air is too polluted in your city, in order to improve your situation.
Lungs and kidneys — Cheeks
If acne appear everywhere on your cheeks, this might mean poor dental hygiene. So, to improve your situation try to floss and brush your teeth more often, and make sure not to drink or eat anything that contains big amounts of sugar.
Heart — Nose
The heart and the nose are interconnected directly, and acne appearing on your nose might mean that you are consuming too much salt. Change your diet and try exercising often.
Stomach — Chin and mouth
Appearance of acne around your mouth and your chin, can sometimes mean that you are consuming more sugar than the recommended dose, so you might want to avoid the foods and drinks that are rich in sugar. Also try not to drink or abuse alcohol, and consume more fermented foods than regularly.
Hormones — Jaw and neck
Hormonal imbalance can be demonstrated with the appearance of acne in these areas. In order to improve your condition, limit your intake of caffeine and salt, drink and eat healthier, or simply change your diet.
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