Small yellow bumps around the eyes can signal high cholesterol levels, which in turn can lead to heart attack or cardiovascular disease. Don’t waste time, get an EKG and see your cardiologist!
There are no perfectly symmetrical faces – except in the paintings of artists. But still, in most cases, the asymmetry is not conspicuous. But if you suddenly notice that you yourself or someone close to you have a less symmetrical face, if one half of it seems frozen or just with dimmer facial expressions, urgently consult a doctor. This can be a sign of a nervous system disorder or even a stroke.
Endocrine system diseases
“Extra” facial hair is not only a reason to contact a beautician or depilation specialist. Most often, facial hair in women begins to grow intensively when hormonal balance is disturbed – most often hirsutism or polycystic ovary syndrome. Consult an endocrinologist – most likely, it will be more effective and useful.
This serious disease can be warned by a mesh of fine wrinkles that suddenly appears on the face. Also, suddenly discovered wrinkles can be a symptom of another disease of the endocrine system – hypothyroidism, insufficient levels of thyroid hormones. See an endocrinologist and have your blood sugar checked – just in case.
“Aristocratic” pallor – it may be beautiful, but you should still see a doctor and check your hemoglobin level if your usual complexion is getting closer to white. This can be a sign of anemia – along with a constant feeling of tiredness, weakness, and increased fatigue.
A very serious disease in which a person stops breathing in a dream – for a period of 10 seconds or more. Concomitant symptoms – severe snoring, tiredness in the morning, headaches. And also – an unusual, as if “sloping” chin, a reduced size of the neck and jaw. If you notice something like this in yourself or your loved ones, consult a doctor, apnea is a deadly disease!
They can be signaled by a red rash appearing on the face. So, if the rash is dense and itchy, it could indicate celiac disease, a disease in which the body does not absorb gluten well. But a red butterfly-shaped rash that appears on the cheeks may warn of lupus.