Predicting disease from changes in skin color
The reasons for blackening are: 1.
Sleep and mental condition: often staying up late, skin relaxation, dark circles, pigmentation, long-term nervousness, mood depression and other negative emotions can also cause dark skin and pigmentation.
Endocrine factors: pregnancy, irregular menstruation and other alternating epidermal melanin synthesis, leading to pigmentation.
Chronic diseases: Chronic infections, tumors, liver and kidney disorders and other chronic disease complications cause skin pigmentation changes.
The liver is the metabolic organ of the body, and the metabolites are excreted through the kidneys. Once the liver or kidneys are insufficiency, it affects the metabolism of the whole body. Toxins cannot be discharged in time, and the skin becomes dull.
Drug factors: long-term use of certain antibiotics, painkillers, lipid-containing preparations or contact with tar substances, can cause skin pigmentation changes.
Poor diet: bad eating habits can cause skin pigmentation.
If someone does not like to eat vegetables, in the long run, the body’s vitamin deficiency, the skin is prone to pigmentation.
Some people eat 1 kg of oranges a day, and the skin turns yellow.
For patients who become “white”, if accompanied by fatigue, loss of appetite, etc., especially women, consider the possibility of anemia.
In addition, some people do not bask in the sun for the sake of beauty. As a result, the 7-dehydrogen radical in the skin is prevented from being converted into active vitamin D3, which affects the absorption of calcium and phosphorus and causes osteoporosis.
Moreover, if the sun is not exposed for a long time, the formation of melanin in the skin will be reduced, the skin’s ability to resist ultraviolet rays will be weakened, and the skin will be easily sunburned, increasing the incidence of skin tumors.