Understanding your health crisis from the face

Chinese medicine diagnoses diseases and looks at your complexion. This is because when Chinese medicine finds that a person s complexion is good or bad, it will directly reflect your health. After all, what health crises are hidden in the face? Next, the editor will introduce you some health knowledge about the complexion.

1. Acute disease face: manifested as flushing, shortness of breath, wing flaps, painful expression, irritability, etc. TCM believes that it is common in lobar pneumonia and malaria.

2. Chronic disease face: manifested as emaciated, pale or pale, dim eyesight, fatigue and so on. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that it is a deficiency of righteousness and weakness; Western medicine believes that it is more common in chronic wasting diseases. Such as malignant tumors, chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis, and tuberculosis.

3, anemia face: manifested as pale, pale lips, fatigue, shortness of breath, etc. TCM believes that it is a deficiency of qi and blood; Western medicine believes that it is more common in anemia.

4, hyperthyroidism face: manifested as protruding eyeballs, eyes cracked, eyes wide staring, frightened eyes, thin yellow muscles, excited, irritable, etc. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the liver qi is stagnation, the fire is turned over for a long time , the liver yin is insufficient, and the liver yang is hyperactive; Western medicine is regarded as the typical face of hyperthyroidism.

5. Hypothyroidism face: also known as myxedema face, manifested as pale or yellowish, dull eyes, swollen face, thick lips, large tongue, thickened eyelids, dry and inelastic skin, although there are few but deep wrinkles, thinning hair Withered, eyebrows are most obvious. Traditional Chinese medicine thinks it belongs to the spleen qi deficiency and kidney yang deficiency syndrome; western medicine thinks it is more common in hypothyroidism. Defacement and hypopituitarism can also be seen in such faces.

6. Facial hypertrophy face: enlarged skull, long face, large and forward jaw, prominent crotch, raised eyebrows and arches, enlarged ears and noses, thickened lips and tongue, thin and dislocated teeth, etc. This face is more common in acromegaly.

The above is the basic introduction about complexion. Experts suggest that each of us has a different complexion and physical fitness. By observing your complexion, you can let you know your own health condition, so as to better maintain health. Therefore, it is still necessary to learn some little knowledge about how to look.

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