6 Things Your Acne Is Trying To Tell You

The most traumatizing aspect of having acne is how pathetic it can make you feel. But if you really listen to what your acne is trying to tell you right from the outset, you can bring about quick changes. If it doesn’t decrease over time, your breakouts could be a sign that something else is going on. Here are a few things your acne could be telling you about your life and health –

1.   You Lack Sleep

Sleep deprivation can cause acne. Not getting enough sleep could mean that your body is stressed out and your skin is not receiving proper blood flow. Getting a good night’s sleep is paramount if you want to look healthy and promote the growth of new collagen.

    2.   You Drink Too Much Caffeine

Sorry caffeine-addicts, but the truth is out! Drinking too much caffeine can ruin you – hormonally. Caffeine can tamper with your hormones, because caffeine works as a relaxant and calms your nerves. This affects the production of certain hormones in the body, which in turn, could lead to further breakouts on the skin.

    3.   You Have Food Allergies

Not all food allergies lead to the hospital! Certain foods can trigger milder allergies that come in the form of rashes or acne. According to a recent survey by Huffington Post, people who suffer from dairy-allergies are most likely to suffer from breakouts.

    4.   You’re About To Hit ‘That Time Of The Month’

If you have sporadic acne, it could be a sign that you are about to get your periods and your hormones are just acting up. However, if you notice that your acne re-appears only on your jaw or on your cheeks, it could be a sign of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Get it verified by your doctor.

    5.   You Need To Stop Stressing Out

Exercise more, meditate more and leave your worries at bay. If you are constantly worried about life and work pressures, there’s a higher chance you are influencing the behavior of your hormones with your stress. When you stop stressing, you’ll notice that over time, your acne will diminish.

    6.   Your Body Needs More Water

You’re probably just dehydrated. Sometimes, when your skin produces extra oils, it is just to compensate for the dry skin. If you have frequent breakouts on your face and your skin is either excessively dry or oily, there is a high chance that you probably just need to keep drinking a lot of water to combat the problem.

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