Eyebrow arch: Kidneys
Cause: Poor circulation, alcohol, weakened heart, and smoking cigarettes.
Cure: Reduce the caffeine intake, avoid the consumption of alcohol and sweetened drinks, and make sure to drink a lot of water.
Tips to Protect Your Kidneys
Drink enough water. This is the most important step in keeping kidneys strong. At a minimum, I recommend you drink one-half ounce of water for every pound you weight, so a 200 pound man would drink 100 ounces of water every day. Drink more after strenuous exercise or if you live in a dry climate.
Take daily probiotics. Probiotics (good bacteria) help your kidneys process waste materials and contribute to overall digestive health. A recent clinical trial involving patients with chronic kidney disease found that the group taking probiotics improved kidney function test scores as well as overall quality of life.
Lower your phosphorous intake. When kidneys don’t work well, phosphorus accumulates in the body, causing potentially serious conditions, such as bone and heart disorders, as well as calcification (hardening) of tissues.
Phosphorous is found in most foods, but carbonated soft drinks and prepared, processed foods are especially high in phosphorus.
You only need 800 mg to 1,200 mg of phosphorus each day; higher amounts are flushed from the body by healthy kidneys.
Drink green juice. Green foods aid in detoxification. I juice cilantro, a kidney-friendly herb, with water, lemon juice, and honey. If you don’t juice, a greens supplement is a good alternative.
Cause: Poor circulation, bloated stomach, gasses, closed space, and polluted air. Hypertension can also be the cause for many issues in this facial area.
Cure: Check your cholesterol level and regulate your blood pressure. You need to drink organic green tea so you can eliminate the toxins from the body. Also, make sure to exercise regularly.
Healthy heart tips
Give up smoking
If you’re a smoker, quit. It’s the single best thing you can do for your heart health.
Smoking is one of the main causes of coronary heart disease. A year after giving up, your risk of a heart attack falls to about half that of a smoker.
You’re more likely to stop smoking for good if you use NHS stop smoking services.
Getting – and staying – active can reduce your risk of developing heart disease. It can also be a great mood booster and stress buster.
Do 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity every week. One way to achieve this target is by doing 30 minutes of activity on five days a week. Fit it in where you can, such as by cycling to work.
Eat fish at least twice a week, including a portion of oily fish. Fish such as mackerel, sardines, fresh tuna and salmon are a source of omega-3 fats, which can help protect against heart disease.
Pregnant or breastfeeding women shouldn’t have more than two portions of oily fish a week.
Upper part of the cheeks: Lungs
Cause: Pollution, asthma, and smoking. Also, there can appear dark circles around your eyes.
Cure: Do not expose yourself to cigarette smoke or polluted air. If you are a smoker, you need to quit as soon as possible. Make sure to do some exercises.
Cheeks: Lungs and kidneys
Cause: Excessive consumption of sugar, unhealthy food, stress, and smoking.
Cure: Eliminate the unhealthy food from your diet and make sure to buy cosmetic products with high quality.
Mouth and chin: Stomach
Cause: Food which is full of fat, sugar, and stimulants as alcohol and caffeine. The spiced foods can also have a great influence on this area. Imbalance can be also caused by stress and staying up deep in the night.
Cure: Consume fruits and foods which can balance your organism. And, if this doesn’t help and you still have problems, you should consult your doctor.
Jaw and neck: Hormones
Cause: Drinking not enough water, excessive intake of salt and season food. Also, too much intake of caffeine can cause problems.
Cure: Reduce the intake of caffeine, salt, and season food. Make sure to drink plenty of water on a daily basis.