Getting break outs on your skin can be one of the most annoying thing in the world. You’re getting ready for a big date or an important meeting and oh look at that! One area of your face has completely broken out in pimples, which is the exact opposite of what you needed right now. There’s not much you can do about it, just try to pop any zits that you can pop without making it worse, cover it up with concealer if you think that will help, and hope that nobody will hold the condition of your skin against you. But what if your skin was actually just trying to help you?
Your skin can say a lot about what’s going on in your body. For example, what’s the first thing you notice when you loon in the mirror after a sleepless night? If you’re anything like me, you’ll notice the dark circles under your eyes telling you that you could really use another few hours in bed. Well your skin could be capable of telling you much more than just this and there’s a simple method you can use to see if your skin is trying to tell you that there’s something wrong in your body that goes beyond a bad skin day.
Face mapping is a traditional Chinese method of diagnosing problems within your body. It works on the idea that every part of your body is connected through energy lines called meridians, which channel energy through all of your organs. These meridians mean that when something is wrong in your body, it can also show itself on a corresponding part of your face. We’re going to take a look at what your skin is trying to tell you using the face mapping technique.
1. Nose – connected to your heart
Yes, your nose is connected to your heart but that doesn’t mean it’s going to start glowing like Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer’s when you see someone you love. If your nose has a lot of blackheads, then this points to congestion in your heart, whereas redness shows that you’re having trouble with your blood pressure or blood sugar levels. Tackle these issues by lowering your cholesterol levels, you can do this by lowering the amounts of sugars and refined carbs you consume. Making sure you work some regular exercise into your routine will also help out your heart in all kinds of ways and keep it as healthy as it can be.