Pimples

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Acupuncture. SuJok. Onnuri. Color Acupuncture. Dr.Dinesh kapur. SuJok. Smile. Spiral. Triorigin. / Dr.Dinesh kapur / Pimples / Smile

PIMPLES
A pimple, zit or spot is a small swelling in the skin caused by a blockage of a pore. Recurrent or multiple pimples are termed acne. Many people view pimples as unsightly, and try to avoid getting them, if possible. There are some ways to treat pimples before they seem, and there are also some options for dealing with pimples after they arise.
A pimple forms when dead skin attempts to slough off but cannot, because of a stoppage in the pores of the skin. Commonly such stoppages are caused by overproduction from the sebaceous glands, which normally work to keep the skin healthy. Dirt and infection in a pore can also lead to a blockage, which will cause a pimple. In some cases, the pimple may become filled with pus. Many people want to instinctively pop a pimple when they see one. This is not actually advised, since it can drive the blockage and infectious material further into the skin, leading to painful infections and unsightly scars. Only Whitehead and blackheads should be popped, and pus-filled, red pimples left alone. When a pimple is popped, or extracted, it should be done under sterile conditions, to cut the risk of infection, and a dermatologist or aesthetician should ideally perform the extraction.
Once pimples emerge, they should be left alone and allowed to take their course naturally. In most cases, a pimple will subside after a few days. Try to avoid touching or irritating the pimple, and use clean hands if you must touch it. Do not cover a pimple with makeup, as this can increase the severity of the blockage. If a pimple will not go away, or it gets larger, painful, or obviously irritated, see a dermatologist about it.
As inside the pore are sebaceous glands which produce sebum. When the outer layers of skin shed, the dead skin cells left may become glued together by the sebum and other bacteria causing infection and inflammation. This causes the blockage in the pore, especially when the skin becomes thicker at puberty.
To avoid pimples, keeping the skin clean is the best step, as one of the many results of excess oil getting trapped in the pores. Clean skin is less likely to erupt in pimples, since regular washing and the use of an exfoliate will remove built up dead skin and dirt.
There may be some dietary changes that can be made to cut pimples, such as eating less fats and oils.
Avoiding stress is also a good way to cut the likelihood of breaking out.
Water in nutrition is more essential than food itself. Water is an essential part of blood, lymph, bodily excretions as well as every part of every cell in the body. In body more than half the weight is water. Fluid it is necessary for the functioning of every organ and a body and is a structural part of cells. When cells lose the water they lose their shape. It plays an important role in digestion and absorption as well as circulation and is essential in the regulation of body temperature, lubrication of joints and the movement of waste material. Water is the carrier of nutrients through the body, an essential part to overcome the pimples.
Acupuncture Onnuri SuJok caters to the need of an individual basis as its energy concept on palm is chosen for the overall wellbeing with the aim of increasing circulation of the blood and vital energy, as dominant meridian affected is large intestine, which can easily be overcome through the concept.
smile notion: http://onnurimedicine.me Dr.Dinesh kapur
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