You know what, if you have any problem then it will be resemble on your face first.Here I am going to tell you how Signs of Diseases that are Written All Over Your Face.
Signs of Diseases that are Written All Over Your Face
Excess hair on face:
Excess unwanted hair, basically along the jaw line, upper lip and chin, could be a symptom of polytheistic ovary syndrome. A hormone imbalance condition in which male hormone levels are elevated.
Puffiness or Eye bags:
Tired-looking eyes could be a red flag for chronic allergies, which dilate blood vessels and cause them to leak. In the sensitive skin under your eyes, this creates puffiness and a dark purple-blue hue.
Even slight changes may indicate that something may be wrong. Paleness could be a sign of anemia. A yellow tone could indicate liver disease. A bluish tint in lips or nail beds could indicate heart or lung disease.
Rashes and blotches:
Certain digestive problems may show up on skin. Itchy clusters of red bumps could indicate Cecelia disease, an autoimmune disorder in which the body reacts to gluten. A butterfly-shaped rash across the cheekbones and over the bridge of the nose can be a sign of lupus, an autoimmune disease. Allergies, eczema and rosaceous and certain infections can also trigger facial rashes.
Soft, yellow spots on eyelids:
Patients with these cholesterol-filled lesions, called xanthelasmata, may have a higher risk of heart disease. A 2011 Danish study of nearly 13,000 patients found that about 4 percent had the spots and that those patients were nearly 70 percent more likely to develop hardening of the arteries and almost 50 percent more likely to have a heart attack over the next few decades than patients without them.
This can be one of the first signs of stroke. Patients will often describe it like this: ‘I looked in the mirror, and my face looked different.’’ You might also notice that one side of your face is numb or feel as if you can’t fully smile. Or you might have trouble speaking. Never ignore these signs of a stroke. If you suspect that you or a relative may have had a stroke, call 911 right away.
Along with traits like a thick neck and a small jaw, this could be a sign of sleep apnoea, a disorder in which your breathing repeatedly stops for ten seconds or more while you sleep. If you snore loudly, get headaches first thing in the morning, or feel excessive fatigue during the day, ask about getting tested.
Dry, flaky skin or lips:
This is a common warning sign of dehydration. It may also indicate a more serious problem that affects sweat gland function, such as hypothyroidism (marked by insufficient levels of thyroid hormone) or diabetes; other signs of hypothyroidism include feeling cold, weight gain, and fatigue. Diabetes symptoms include extreme thirst, frequent urination, and blurry vision.