How mirrors reveal health problems

Your face has health indicators, though you probably didn’t know. Look around sometime and be attentive to any changes! And we are not talking about wrinkles now ...

Your face has health indicators, though you probably didn’t know. Look around sometime and be attentive to any changes! And we are not talking about wrinkles now …

Eyes and eyelids

[singlepic id=292 h=150 float=left]Check the interior edge of inner eyelids. Pale color may indicate anemia. Eat vegetables, whole grains, spinach and nettle, which increase the intake of iron in the body. Reduce coffee and replace it with orange juice.
Small yellow spots, sometimes raised on the eyelids, are a sign of high levels of cholesterol in the blood.
A white ring around the iris may be related to circulatory problems and yellow eyes may indicate liver disease, and on the other hand, the red color (with broken blood vessels) may indicate hypertension.

Skin

A healthy skin is proof that you eat many vegetables. One tarnished, gray skin could mean that you don’t get enough rest, you smoke too much, and you do not exercise enough.
[singlepic id=293 h=180 float=right]Pale skin can be an ideal of beauty, but can also be an indication of thyroid disease.
Brownish stains on the face may signal a hormonal imbalance.
A yellow-brown stain of irregular shape, symmetrical, that appears on the forehead, cheeks or chin may be a photosensitive reaction in case of pregnancy or oral contraceptive treatment.
Facial hair in excess and / or acne occur in poly cystic ovary syndrome.

Mouth

[singlepic id=295 h=150 float=left]Slight mucosa lesions of the mouth are quite common and may indicate poor immunity. Their continuous presence may be a sign or irritable colon.
Latest researches say that the risk of cancer in the mouth is higher in women than in men, and smoking exacerbates it.
If breathing smells bad, no matter what you eat, go to the doctor (the smell of fermented fruit may be an indication of diabetes). Improve your oral hygiene and drink mint tea.

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