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Treat Your Skin Special for Better Health

By Tom Herrin   

A lot of times, many of us probably take our skin for granted.  After all, we may have had no major problems so far, so why should we expect anything different?  Those may be some famous last thoughts.  Skin problems are much like any other kind of health issue, they can show up suddenly.  By the time we realize it, the damage may be done.  With all of the advances and knowledge available to us today, it may be possible for us to preserve our skin and keep it looking healthy.  A little attention may go a long way.

Add Exfoliate to Your List

At one time, I had no idea what the word exfoliate even meant.  After being introduced to it while I was walking through a mall one day, I found out what it could do for the skin.  Doing so for a few minutes made my hands feel softer than I had ever remembered.  It is a great way to remove dead and dry skin, thus revealing fresh new skin in its place.  It has been suggested that, if we make this a regular practice, we may be able to enjoy better skin for the duration.

Be Aware of the Foods You Eat

It is likely that, when you were younger, someone told you that eating chocolate and/or greasy foods would be bad for your complexion.  This may not have been just a saying.  Each of us reacts differently to different foods.  There are some, however, that are pretty well known for their negative effects on skin.  Some of these are processed sugars and dairy products, among others.  Making notes of foods that contribute to our own troubles with skin, and making sure to avoid them may make a valid mark on the health of our skin.

Keep the Water Coming

As with so many other things involving our health, drinking plenty of water can help the skin.  It may help us to avoid dry skin and wrinkles.  Water can help us to maintain much better elasticity with our skin also.  It can help to keep impurities flushed out and provide a fuller look.  The age-old recommendation of drinking eight glasses per day is not written in stone, but it is a good guide.  We should drink according to our circumstances.  If it is warmer, we should drink more.  

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Red Oak, Tex.

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