How To Read Your Facial Lines And Wrinkles

We can tell a lot about our health and mood just by looking at our facial lines and wrinkles. That’s because our experience of life is exposed on our face as we old. If you don’t know what your facial lines and wrinkles tell about you, keep reading to find out!

The 3 Main Areas Of The Face

If you don’t know this already, the face can be divided into 3 sections:

1. Forehead

Anxiety, nervousness and colon problems are projected on your forehead, according to this Indian healing tradition.

2. Nose and Cheeks

Disappointment, jealousy and small intestine problems can be indicated just by your nose and cheeks.

3. Mouth, Chin and Neck

Your mouth, chin and neck can indicate if you have problems with your chest or stomach. This area is also a sign of anxiety, depression, or affection.

What Do Your Facial Lines And Wrinkles Tell About You

Here is what your facial lines and wrinkles mean according to the ancient Indian healing tradition, Ayurveda:

1. Horizontal Lines On The Forehead

The facial lines and wrinkles on the forehead appear when you’re worried, that’s why they’re also called “the worry lines”.

So the horizontal lines on your forehead mean that you worry too much. But they also mean that the level of sugar, water or fat in your body is too high.

2. The Right Vertical Line Between Eyebrows

The right vertical line between eyebrows is related to the liver. So you might have some liver problems if this line is pronounced.

3. The Left Vertical Line Between Eyebrows

The right vertical line between eyebrows is related to the spleen. So there are chances you have spleen problems if this line is pronounced.

4. Deep Horizontal Groove At The Top Of The Nose

The people that have a deep horizontal groove at the top of the nose have a low sex appetite. They are also more predisposed to allergies.

5. Crow’s Feet

These wrinkles appear when you have a poor sight and try to focus your eyes often. Also, they’re related to liver problems, so you might want to visit your doctor if you have “crow’s feet”.

6. Bags Or Dark Circles Under The Eyes

The dark circles under the eyes indicate water retention and, possibly, kidney problems. They are also related to poor blood circulation.

You should consult with your doctor and, if this is not a major problem, you should know that there are a lot of ways to get rid of dark circles under eyes.

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