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Scientific Wellness Indicators

Submitted by ub on Fri, 04/05/2019 - 18:27

What do deep wrinkles in between our eyebrows really indicate? It most likely means something extremely particular, according to RD published reports.

What may facial wrinkles be trying to tell us? What do the lines on a face say about our health? It may be an indication for a greater risk of heart disease.

Deep forehead wrinkles might be an early indicator of atherosclerosis, the hardening of the arteries that can lead to heart disease, according to a new study. https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health-topics/atherosclerosis

Scientists followed more than 3K healthy adults from 32 to 62 years old for two decades and found that people with deep forehead wrinkles were ten times more likely to die from heart disease than people without wrinkles. What’s the connection? Both forehead wrinkles and atherosclerosis are associated with stress https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/322887.php

The scientists also noted that blood vessels in the forehead are finer than in other parts of the body, so they may reflect the build-up of plaque that causes atherosclerosis in the arteries more clearly.

Lines on our face may also be an indication we’re not living a healthy life. People with sun damage and wrinkles are more likely to engage in high-risk activities such as eating poorly, not exercising enough, and not protecting themselves from sunlight.

Our wrinkles predict the risk of osteoporosis. Deepening and worsening skin wrinkles are related to lower bone density. The reason researchers think there’s a connection is that skin and bone both depend on collagen, a protein whose production decreases with age. Lower levels of collagen could be both genetic and a result of lifestyle factors.
https://news.yale.edu/2011/06/06/not-just-skin-and-bones-wrinkles-could…

Forehead wrinkles and lines between the eyebrows could also be a sign that you’re under stress. And stress can increase levels of cortisol, which can lead to increased risk of obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes

If we take a close look at @realdonaldtrump @POTUS @VP we may see characteristics that signify health problems waiting to be.