Chinese face map reveals what part of your body is sick and how to fight it
For many years, the healers in China manage to diagnose and detect all types of diseases by reading faces.
Facial skin is very sensitive and can reflect the internal changes faster compared to the other body parts. According to this Chinese technique every area of our face is associated with certain organs of the organism.
Whenever we experience any imbalance, it is manifested on our face. Rashes, pimples, and skin color changes are among the most common symptoms. Find out more how you can use this ancient technique and treat numerous health issues.
Forehead: Bladder and small intestine
Cause: The excessive consumption of canned foods and fats result in slow digestion. Also, this condition is caused by stress, sugar, and too much alcohol.
Cure: Try to avoid the consumption of alcohol and try to improve your night sleep. Also, make sure to drink plenty of water and consume raw food.
Top tips to support your bladder & bowels
Water (and plenty of it!)
People who have issues with a ‘weak bladder’ or occasional urge incontinence will often assume that to control it, they need to strictly control their fluid intake.
Unfortunately, this can make incontinence worse, especially if you have an overactive bladder or urge incontinence. The bladder, because you are becoming dehydrated, will become more irritated and the condition will appear worse. As counterintuitive as it sounds, drink plenty of water, slowly increasing your intake to about 2 litres a day.
2. Spreading fluid intake
Glugging a pint of cold water is not the best way of getting a handle on your incontinence either. Most health professionals recommend that you spread drinks throughout the day, but try to have most of your fluid intake by 6pm to help manage nocturnal loo visits.
3. Avoid caffeine & alcohol
Caffeine and alcohol are stimulants on the bladder and can contribute to inflammation and further irritation. Both also have a diuretic effect on the body; this is why when you drink, you need the loo more often.
Carbonated drinks can also make you pee more, and caffeine is not just found in ordinary tea and coffee – always check the label. Many people find that by drastically reducing or cutting out caffeine altogether, their over active bladder is much more manageable.
Between the eyebrows: Liver
Cause: Your stomach does not get the rest it required, which leads to chronic tiredness. The excessive consumption of meat makes the stomach work too much. Also, this could be a sign that you are allergic to some foods.
Cure: It is very important to consume fresh and healthy foods. Try to do yoga, meditation, fast walking or any other exercises. Also, make sure to spend more time on fresh air.
SECRETS FOR KEEPING YOUR LIVER HAPPY & HEALTHY
Add a squeeze of lemon juice to a glass of filtered water and drink first thing in the morning before eating or drinking anything else. This primes your liver and digestion for the day ahead.
Drink at least 8 glasses or 2 litres of filtered water daily (spread throughout the day – not all in one go!). This helps to flush toxins out through the bladder and bowels preventing them from being recirculated in the bloodstream.
Eat organic foods where possible, especially fresh produce, meats and dairy products. Non-organic foods can be laden with pesticides, herbicides, hormones and antibiotics all of which are toxins the liver must tackle.
Strive for a healthy digestive system. As the body’s filtration system, the liver filters out and destroys bacteria and viruses that enter the body with food. So a healthy digestive tract with a good balance of friendly bacteria protects the body from intruders and lessens the liver’s load.