Facial skin is a mirror for health

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It is a widely known fact that the color of facial skin reflects the overall health of the body. Here you will learn how to determine what is behind the change of color and hue.

The grayish undertone is a result of fatigue and continuous lack of sleep. If wholesome rest and cosmetic procedures for fatigue relief do not help in improving the condition of your face, you will have to consult a doctor.

A yellow hue is often indicative of disturbances in the area of the liver, pancreas and spleen. It may also mean that you are at risk of kidney stone formation.

Bronzing of the skin, also known as mock-tan often arises from lack of hormones in the adrenal glands. This is a serious illness which has to be treated by an endocrinologist!

The white or pale face is a result of low blood pressure. It can also be an indication of heart or lung problems, as well as hormonal lack in the thyroid gland.

A red face is most likely due to an increase in the erythrocytes in the blood, high blood pressure or problems in the cardiovascular system.

Graying of facial skin is often seen in people with gastrointestinal issues. If digestion is normal, then the reason for greying of the skin can be found in smoking or constant stress.

A bluish hue can be caused by heart conditions or respiratory problems.

A dark blackening of the face is a hint that it’s high time to visit the urologist. Such a dark hue is usually indicative of kidney or bladder disease.

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