Take care of your health first
In today’s era, health is certainly one of the most interesting topics in society and people’s livelihood.
But our health education is still relatively tedious.
Many people are concerned about the health of the danger, the danger of harmful diet and the choice of medical treatment, and ignore the simplest common sense of health care in daily life.
In fact, to take care of your health, you may start with the most basic look on your face.
The traditional diagnosis methods of traditional Chinese medicine are “look, smell, ask, and cut”. The four diagnoses say that the five senses of the human body are closely related to the five internal organs of the body.
Clinically, too many people’s facial abnormalities are indeed found, which is a precursor to the disease.
Therefore, being good at observing the changes in the color of brachial gas will help us “prevent problems before they occur”, adjust bad habits at any time, and detect signs of disease in time.
According to health experts, the normal complexion of the Chinese should be red and yellow, bright and lustrous.
Among them, the healthy complexion of the ethnically biased person should be red and shiny, and the healthy complexion of the yellowish person should be golden yellow, which is commonly known as “flying yellow”.
There are mainly the following unhealthy faces, and everyone needs to be vigilant.
Blushing: Heart problems or ruddy complexion are often considered a sign of good health, but long-term flushing is not necessarily a good thing.
Because if the heart fails to function properly, it will also cause uneven internal heat distribution and flushing, and people with slit heart disease, myocardial infarction, or people with underlying causes of these diseases will most likely have a red face.
Therefore, people with long-term complexion need to pay special attention to the health of the heart.
If the face is light red, the red time does not last, and the local crotch is accompanied by hand, foot and heart heat, upset and insomnia, night sweats and other manifestations, it is mostly kidney yin deficiency, Yin deficiency and internal heat.
Face yellow: Hepatobiliary problems or anemia, acute jaundice hepatitis, gallstones, acute cholecystitis, cirrhosis, liver cancer and other diseases often issue a “yellow alert” through the complexion.
If your face suddenly turns yellow, it is likely to be the cause of liver and gallbladder problems.
Experts especially warn that if the yellow color spreads to the eyes or sclera or the whole body is yellow, you should be alert to the complications of liver and gallbladder.
If your face is pale yellow, accompanied by dizziness, fatigue, and other symptoms, it may be a sign of anemia caused by insufficient blood and qi.
Face black: kidney qi deficiency or kidney essence loss. Blackening the face is usually a manifestation of kidney deficiency.
Kidney qi discomfort, lack of yang qi, poor blood flow, or overwork can all lead to darkening of the face.
If the complexion is dark, dull and dull, accompanied by softness of the waist and knees, chills, cold limbs, dizziness, tinnitus, fatigue, and poor mood, it means that kidney essence depletion is quite serious.
White face: lack of qi and blood or malnutrition, qi foot, smooth blood flow, blood foot is healthy and vigorous, lack of qi and blood pale and no blood, and often accompanied by symptoms such as nagging, dark circles.
If the complexion is pale and accompanied by lips, pale nails, dizziness, palpitations, insomnia, tiredness, or numbness of hands and feet, and low menstrual flow in women, it is likely that there is a problem of malnutrition or anemia.
Pigmentation: Liver depression and stagnation or gynecological disorders are directly related to the formation and exacerbation of facial pigmentation.
Therefore, people with liver stagnation and qi stagnation are prone to facial stains.
In addition to the causes of pregnancy and oral contraceptives, female and female long spots often reflect female endocrine disorders, such as irregular menstruation, dysmenorrhea, uterine appendicitis, infertility and so on.