You may have read in many health forums how your skin reflects your internal health. People who drink more water, sleep better and eat healthy food have clear radiant skin. Those who binge on processed foods, sugar, caffeine and alcohol and also suffer from a stressful sedentary lifestyle are always prone to skin breakouts.
Too many of us, blemishes may be a random condition that appear on the cheek, nose, chin and forehead for no apparent reason but for a dermatologist, these zonal marks are reflective of issues concerning your health. Dermatologists and skin professionals can use the condition of your face to detect a variety of health issues that you may be suffering form such as dehydration, stress, breathing problems, hormonal imbalances and many more. Here’s what your skin and facial blemishes say about your health and what you can do about it.
1 Forehead (Bladder & Intestine)
Blemishes on the forehead reflect issues in the bladder and intestines which mean digestive system issues and stress. Facial blemishes on the forehead could be due to oily hair, excess sweat or makeup. But if these aren’t the problem then your skin is reacting to digestive and dietary problems. The forehead especially is prone to respond to digestion having a problem breaking down food. Poor digestion could be because of a virus, improper diet or eating too fast.
This could also indicate bladder problems and dehydration. A stressful lifestyle and insomnia can dehydrate you which shows on your forehead. You can integrate enzyme rich foods in your diet such as papaya, pineapple, avocado, olive oil and mangoes. Drink 6 -8 glasses of water and one immediately after waking up. Get a minimum of 7 hours of sleep every night.