What our face tells about our internal system

Internal System

Face mapping has been known since the ancient world. In the past, it was the main way to diagnose and prevent diseases and prescribe treatment. However, this ancient practice is also a widely used technique in today’s world, especially when it comes to nutrition and healthy life style. It works quite simply: an organ or body part is identifying with a specific point on the face, which shows existing disorders and diseases.

Here are the main areas of our face that talk loudly, let’s take a look!

Forehead

It is related to gallbladder and liver issues.

The forehead reveals the condition of our nervous and digestive systems. The main threats come from the stress, internal stagnation and dietary habits: deep lines on a young forehead can’t be mixed up with age wrinkles. It is a sign of some kind of issue. Thus, eating less fat and processed foods, practising yoga or meditation can help improve the situation.

Between eyebrows, right & left sides

If we live with constant stress, anxiety and even ager inside, a vertical line between the eyebrows on the right side indicates these emotions in our liver. Meanwhile, a line on the left side means that our spleen is a keeper of the emotions.

Eyes

Eyes keep a lot of information: usually they represent joint problems, intestinal issues and thyroid problems .

Small irises show joint problems, and if the irises become whiter that means that joints are in a degenerative state. Stained irises revel the poor absorption of nutrition in our intestines. Moreover, if a light ring appears around the iris, it is a sign of surplus of sugar and salt consumption.  A weak liver can be indicated by a yellowish colour of the eye.

Below the eyes

This part of the face might tell us about the condition of the kidneys’.

Puffier and swollen lower eyelids represents unbalanced kidney function. Drinking larger amounts of water, more spicy food and chewing food for a longer time (at least 30 times before swallowing) should help improve kidney function.

Cheeks

Cheeks tells about possible issues with lungs, metabolism or absorption of nutrients.

Poor metabolism and low absorption of nutrients, like folic acid and iron are represented by stains or discoloration on the cheeks. Most importantly, it is related to lungs and breathing system. For this reason, it is highly recommended to pay more attention to the breath and respiring exercises.

Nose

Blood and heart issues are related with the nose.

It indicates possible issues with a blood pressure. To strengthen our circulation system and prevent any possible harm, it is advised to add more of essential fatty acids in our diet. Moreover, the restriction of coffee, alcohol, and spicy foods is necessary to ensure the right balance.

Lower lip

It is connected to intestines and digestion.

Brown stains report a poor function of enzyme and digestion. It might also mean that there is parasites or worms in the lower intestine.

Your lower lip can provide key insights into the functioning of your intestines. Browns spots can mean you may be suffering from indigestion and poor enzyme function, as well as a possibility of parasites or worms in the lower intestine. Adding more probiotics to your diet may help.

Pale lips show the lack of iron. The discoloration of the lower lip reveals a possible disorder of the intestines. Meanwhile, discoloration on the edges of the lips indicates a kidney probem.

Chin

The chin stands for hormonal imbalance.

Blemishes on the chin are the sign of hormonal disorders and stress. It can also affect women’ menstrual cycle. Coping with the stress properly, having enough of sleep and rest can help reduce blemishes on our faces.

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