Is It True That Pimples Grow On The Eyebrows Foreshadowing Palpitations Or Arrhythmias?
, first I searched about the problem of acne on my eyebrows. Because 3 times alternately pimples grow always on the eyebrows. After the search it turns out that “Maybe you have palpitations or arrhythmias “. For the last month I felt my heart beat suddenly pounding + plus rather shortness of breath. I want to fight, but confused, do I have to go to a general practitioner first to tell my complaint?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. On the internet there is indeed a lot of information about the relationship between the location of acne with a certain medical condition. But despite the amount of information, unfortunately so far there are no medical studies that prove the link. So there is most likely nothing to do between acne that grows on your face with disorders of the heart, liver, kidneys, or other internal organs.
However, other studies have found that the location of acne might affect our habits. For example, acne that often grows on the cheeks may be related to the habit of calling, or sleeping on your side on a pillow or an unclean surface, such as a table, and for the brow, forehead and nose area, because it belongs to the high oil zone T so that it is easy to clog pore. Other possibilities can also be due to stress, and the habit of touching the forehead or scratching eyebrows when stressed. This can make the dirt in the hand move to the face, and cause acne. And there are still other possible causes, but they still revolve around the face.
So our advice to you, if you experience stubborn pimples, you should see your condition at a dermatologist or at a beauty clinic in order to find a treatment that suits your skin type, as well as find out what habits might trigger acne on your face. But if you feel that you have other symptoms, such as palpitations, tightness, etc. But if the symptoms are actually not too annoying, no need to worry too much. So, hopefully answering your question.