How the stress can affect your beauty?
There is hardly any person in the world, who does not face mental stress. Job, utility bills or some life event can make you depressed, but how long you stay in this state is up to you. What matters most is how you manage stress. Generally, routines like healthy diet, exercise and adequate sleep are followed to keep away from stress. Jackie Domborghian, health coach at the 11Eleven Wellness Center in New York, says, "If stress starts to show in your hair, skin, and nails, you'd never want to be stressed, but there are some symptoms that may It can show your mental stress".
The tension of what to do tomorrow starts from today and sometimes tomorrow's expected situations make today sleepy. Due to lack of sleep, water accumulates under your eyes and they begin to puff up. In the morning, your eyes appear worse. If you want to have beautiful eyes free of dark circles, put all your thoughts aside, get ready for a good night's sleep by turning off the mobile screen and other electronic devices and drink a cup of caffeine-free tea like chamomile tea. This will help you sleep well. If your eyes are still swollen in the morning, turn a cold spoon (which is kept in the refrigerator) upside down and rub it under the eyes. After that, apply concealer under the eyes by creating an inverted triangle. By doing this, the glow will start from your nose and work its way up to your eyes and hide the swelling.
Dry and rough skin
If you are stressed, you may not be drinking enough water, especially in summer, not drinking enough water can lead to dehydration and dry skin. For this you should drink a lot of water, at least eight glasses and that too every day. To increase healthy antioxidants in the body, you need to drink green tea and eat foods that are high in water content, such as cucumbers, tomatoes, beets, watermelon or green vegetables. Use a serum that contains hyaluronic acid for instant hydration. It is a substance that is naturally present in your body and weighs a thousand times more than water. It absorbs moisture from the air and delivers it to the skin and your skin starts to hydrate.
Stress can also cause skin problems such as acne, psoriasis or eczema. Stress causes the release of cortisol, which causes hormones to be produced in the body, causing breakouts on your face and skin. Due to mental stress, the balance of good and bad bacteria in your body gets disturbed and it starts appearing in the form of acne on your face. The solution is to take deep breaths (taking a long breath in and holding it for a few seconds and then slowly letting it out through your mouth), this helps reduce anxiety. Experts also recommend 10 minutes of meditation for this. Drinking plenty of water and eating a balanced diet are also important. Fruits, vegetables and high-quality protein are also essential for solving these problems.
Stress causes the damaging hormone Dysbiosis, which causes the bad bacteria to overpower the good bacteria and cause itchy skin. Breathing exercises are very helpful in keeping the skin calm. Deep breathing reduces stress and reduces these types of problems. Apart from breathing exercises, you also need to consult a doctor.
Generally, routines like healthy diet, exercise and adequate sleep are followed to keep away from stress. Jackie Domborghian, health coach at the 11Eleven Wellness Center in New York, says, "If stress starts to show in your hair, skin, and nails, you'd never want to be stressed, but there are some symptoms that may It can show your mental stress".