Many people think that having wrinkles is normal since it’s common with everyone. However, there is more to it, and you should not ignore it. Here is why:
Wrinkles represent weakening bones
Studies show that wrinkles indicate one is at risk of Osteoporosis. The studies also showed that deep and worsening face and neck wrinkles might be due to low bone density. The connection between low done density and wrinkles may be a genetic factor or low protein and collagen production, which is more prominent in old age.
High blood pressure
Research shows that people who take good care of their skin have lower blood pressure and tend to look younger because they have a healthy vascular system and protect their skin. If you notice your skin getting all saggy and rising blood pressure, pay more attention to your
Stress may be an obvious fact. When you are too stressed and tired, your face shows. However, the detriments of being stressed out are muscles on your face, especially around the forehead and between the eyebrows developing wrinkles and lines, putting you at risk of developing obesity, diabetes, higher cortisol levels, and high blood pressure.
Too much use of electronic devices
Ibrahim and Glaser noted that lines between the eyebrows indicate that one is spending too much time on their devices.
When you develop wrinkles and your skin is sun-damaged, it may be due to poor feeding mode without working out, and overall, you are not living a healthy lifestyle.
Atherosclerosis is a condition where the arteries harden, and one may develop heart disease. Besides, deep forehead wrinkles are a sign of Atherosclerosis. According to a recent study, people aged 32 to 62 years with deep forehead wrinkles risk dying of heart disease than those without wrinkles. The link between heart disease and wrinkles in the blood vessel in the forehead, they are thinner. The vessels show a plaque build-up associate with Atherosclerosis when one is stressed out.
One of the notable signs of skin cancer is sunspot due to sun damage. Therefore, when one does not have sun damage, they may think that skin cancer doesn’t exist. However, research shows a link between cheek wrinkles and skin cancer, especially if the wrinkles are on the left side of the face resulting from exposure to ultraviolet rays through the car window when one is driving.
That said, it is essential to live a healthy lifestyle, take care of your skin, and avoid excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays. Take the necessary measures whenever you notice wrinkles on your face.