One look at a person’s face is enough to learn about him or her really a lot. Although usually the eyes are called the mirror of the soul, actually the information is written upon your face.
Pathophysiognomy is an area of science, which deals with visible on the face symptoms of disease. An experienced eye can detect changes in such signs that no one will notice. You can identify incurable genetic diseases that change facial features.
However, you do not need to be an expert in this field to learn how to read ailments and disorders on the face. The body tries to inform us about the diseases in all possible ways – we just have to learn the language in which it sends us signals.
Look at the eyes of your diseases. If your eyelids often swell, it can mean problems with thyroid or be a symptom of kidney failure. If your eyeballs are inflamed and red, and this is not caused by friction or mechanical irritation, red watery eyes speak of conjunctivitis.
Wrinkles are usually a sign of aging of the skin and the body, however, if there are noticeable deep transverse furrows in your forehead in a short time – this is a symptom of digestive problems and improper stomach functioning
Hair is also a source of information about your health. Dull hair, as a rule, is the result of an unbalanced diet.
If you feel annoying permanent itching on the skin of the cheeks, neck or forehead, this may be the first symptom of an allergy or a sign of problems with thyroid, kidney failure and blood diseases.
BLUSH ON CHEEKS
Blush flashes on the face is caused not only shame or embarrassment, it can appear from a high temperature or great effort. If on your face there is blushy regardless external causes, you need to consult a doctor.
Our nose also tells us how our body feels. If you have bloody nose often, for example, in the morning when you suddenly get up off the bed, or in the process of physical activity and severe stress, this means that you have high blood pressure.
Lips are a very sensitive organ and the best indicator of health, located on the face. One of the most common alarms is the cracked corners of the lips. Usually this means a serious lack of vitamin B12, as well as a deficiency of iron and zinc.
A dry and cracked tongue and a narrow upper lip mean a penchant for diabetes. White coating on the tongue and paleness of the wings of the nose indicate gastritis.
LUMP IN THE THROAT
Constant pressure in the throat can be a warning signal about the growth of goiter, increased thyroid gland, problems with tonsils or lymph nodes.
BRUISES AND BLEEDING
People with liver damage often get bruises and bleeding. According to specialists of the National Institute of Diabetes, digestive system diseases and kidneys.