What Are Your Persistent Pimples Telling You About Your Health?
Written by Dharmini Mangalasankari
Pimples and acne aren’t always genetic. If you notice persistent pimples and recurring breakouts in the same place on your face, it’s worth considering your environment and your habits.
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Use the information below to overhaul your habits, fix the root causes, and pave the way for a clearer complexion.
You may be dehydrated, stressed, or under-rested. It could also just mean you need to wash your hair (and hats) more often.
Your diet may include too many unhealthy foods. Try to get a more balanced food intake. Just to be on the safe side, change your pillowcases more often.
You might be under-rested. It’s also a sign of too much exercise (there is such a thing!).
Breakouts on your cheek are usually an indication of inhaling too much smoke or polluted air. Don’t forget to clean your cell phone screen before you make the calls so as not to aggravate the area.
Your diet may low in fibre. Eat more fruits and vegetables, and avoid spices.
Your diet may be too heavy in spicy and garlicky foods. Cut back on sodium and get plenty of Vitamin B.
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