Chinese doctors call our face a “window to health.” It’s all because our skin reacts sensitively to any malfunction and change in body work, sending us signals, for example, in the form of pimples.
Our team figured out which organs’ work we should pay attention to if rashes appear on our face.
Forehead and eyebrows
Rashes on the forehead or above the eyebrows most likely indicate certain gastrointestinal issues. A bridge between the eyebrows is “responsible” for the work of the liver.
- Try to correct the situation by eliminating fatty and fried foods from your diet and substantially reducing your consumption of alcohol.
Pimples on the nose hint at cardiovascular system issues, the main reason for which is stress.
- Try to maintain an active lifestyle, relax more often, and follow a sleeping schedule.
According to Chinese doctors, the skin on the ears is inextricably linked with the workings of the kidneys and urinary system.
- Having found pimples on your ears, you should first reduce your consumption of salt and coffee and start drinking more water.