Everyday when I wake up, I see my face covered with some ugly dry patches, the only thing that comes to my mind is- 'what the heck is this?' Am I dating them or are they dating me? Obviously, we both are not dating each other! But, it seems quite legit, Isn't? Then, for satisfying myself, I thought, I'm not the only one who feels so and face such situation. Probably, you are also the one who goes through it daily, and you are also crying for your skin disorders.
Let's stop being a cry baby and figure out together some severe skin problems so that we can cure them right now. Go through them, homies!
Although the exact reason behind the skin disorder is still not revealed but it mostly happens due to cold weather, spicy foods, alcohol, and stress.
These spots usually occur due to excessive sun exposure. It also indicates an increased risk of melanoma.
Hormones are the major reason behind triggering acne. They are often cystic and inflammatory. Sometimes, they even occur before your period and goes on their own.
These red patches probably are psoriasis that is an autoimmune disorder in which immune system sends signals to skin cells to grow quickly. This certainly results into piling up of cells on the surface of the skin.
Pale skin when combined with less energy and breathing disorder cause a sign of anemia. It is usually caused by the deficiency of iron and can be cured by taking foods rich in iron.
Dark patches all over your body is a condition named as acanthosis nigricans. It makes the affected area's skin darker and thicker. So getting tested your glucose and insulin levels now and then to catch the abnormal condition can help in keeping the issue under control.
One of the most common reason behind itchy skin can be due to change in the environment or by eating something wrong. But, if it doesn't end even after two or three weeks, then immediately rush to your dermatologist for the treatment.
These patches mainly occur during summer season because the protective skin barrier breaks down at this time. Dry patches or dry skin is also a sign of an omega-3 fatty acid insufficiency that means you should stop taking foods rich in omegas. If you go through any of the above problems, immediately rush to the doctor.
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