How Your Face Determine The Health of Your Organs!

Health, Healthy face, healthy skin equals healthy organs! Shining and glowing visage or skin speaks that one person is healthy. What we have on surface, we have the same thing deeply in our body.

There is a link between our mind and our well-being. Skin issues can often point towards health issues. According to Face Mapping, what’s actually happening on the surface of our skin can give us very real image into what’s going on inside our bodies.

Face Mapping is based on the ancient philosophies of Chinese Medicine. There is a link between those changes that are happening in our skin with our internal environment. This helps us to diagnose the cause of our skin issues. It can give us red flag of any other health issues that may need a bit more attention.


Link between The Zone Forehead With Gallbladder and Liver

Explanation: There is a link between this zone and our nervous system activity and the process of digestion. Therefore, stress and slow digestive system may activate your breakouts here.

What To Do: Avoid, processed food, food full of sugar, fatty products. Consume more high fiber fruit and vegetables in order to keep your digestive system working and moving. Find a solution in yoga, meditation, or anything else that makes you happy and helps you to relax. You may also drink dandelion tea or fresh lemon juice in warm water. It will naturally detoxify your liver.


The Right Side of The Space between Your Eyebrows Is Associated with Stored emotions in your liver

Explanation: Our facial expressions immediately tell how and what we feel. However, facial line mapping has been used for centuries to help people discern where we are holding deeper stress. All this has an impact to our internal health. Skin issues and wrinkling in this zone may indicate hidden anger that you’re holding in your body.


What To Do: Clear the anger! Try walking in nature, exercising yoga, counseling, or whatever therapy which will let go of your negative built-up emotions in a healthy way. Reduce your intake or high-fat foods and alcohol. All this puts additional pressure on your liver function.


The Left Side of The Space between Your Eyebrows Is Associated with Stored emotions in your spleen.

Explanation: Lines in this part may indicate unexpressed emotions stored in your spleen instead.

What To Do: Explore and practice techniques to release old emotional energy. Meditation, yoga, journaling, breath work are some useful options.


Zone: Eyes –  Joints, thyroid and intestines connection

Explanation: Eyes are the windows to your soul. They can also be a window to our general health as well! Too much white coloring in the iris of the eye may signify degeneration of the joints. There is a connection between the irises of smaller size with more general joint issues. ‘Spotty’ discoloration in the iris may be a result of intestinal mal absorption. And if you notice a lightly-colored ring encircling the iris, you may be eating too much sugar or salt.

What To Do: Give your joints some attention by consuming anti-inflammatory foods. Walnuts, oily fish, lin seeds/flax seeds, ginger and turmeric. Cut back or consume less refined salt, sugar, caffeine, and processed foods. They tend to promote inflammation.


The Zone Underneath The Eyes is Associated With Kidneys

Explanation: Swelling or puffy lower eyelids are especially suggestive of slow kidney function. Dark, puffy ‘bags’ can also indicate impaired kidney function.

What To Do: Drink a lot of filtered water because dehydration places strain on the kidneys. It prevents them from “doing” their essential functions. Look after your kidney adrenals with adequate sleep and as minimal stress as possible. Also, avoid alcohol and coffee.


Connection of The Cheeks Zone With Lungs, slow metabolism

Explanation: Discolored patches on your cheeks may show lower absorption of nutrients or slower metabolic rate. The cheeks are traditionally associated with lung function.

What To Do: “Correct” breathing exercises is the key to oxygenate your lungs and build lung capacity. Gently increase your cardio exercise to provide a metabolic boost and enhance lung function and. Make sure you chew your food properly to remove strain away from digestion and absorption. Drinking green tea and having an antioxidant-rich diet can also help to protect the sensitive skin against damage from air pollutants.


The Nose is Associated With Our Cardiovascular Health system

Explanation: There is a link between Our nose and the circulation. Skin issues in this zone may suggest blood pressure problems.

What To Do: Increase your intake of heart-healthy foods, such as nuts, avocado,cold-pressed olive oil and oily fish (or lin seed/flax seeds if you’re vegetarian). Limit your consumption or avoid alcohol and coffee. They can artificially stimulate your cardiovascular system.


Link between The Zone of Lower Lip With Digestive system

Explanation: In particular, the lower lip can reflect intestinal function. Brown spots may represent issues with insufficient digestive enzymes. It may also signify the presence of worms or parasite in the intestines. Pale colored lips can indicate early stages of anemia.

What To Do: The solution is a good quality probiotic or natural worming treatment. Include plenty of food rich in iron to your diet. Green leafy vegetables, legumes and lean red meat (if you aren’t vegetarian, of course) are some suggestions.


Connection of The Tongue With Lungs, toxin overload

Explanation: Your tongue is a true guide to your internal general health! You will have the best results once you check out the surface after waking up. Circles of white buildup towards the middle or back area may point towards intestinal toxins.

What To Do: Do a detox diet to flush out all toxins! Try a 3-day Detox Diet by including more detoxifying foods. Fresh juices, add some Super food Greens, and try scraping your tongue with this tool!



Sources: The Hearty Soul


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