మెడ చుట్టూ నలుపు అలాగే, నుదిటి పైన నలుపు, కొంతమందికి చంకల్లో, గజ్జల్లో అలాంటి భాగంలో బాగా నలుపుగా చర్మం అయిపోతూ ఉంటుంది. ఆ బాగo కూడా రఫ్ గా కొంచెం ఉబ్బెత్తుగా అలా ఉంటుంది.
If the neck, forehead and cheeks become black and shiny
Blackness around the neck, blackness on the forehead, some people have very black skin in the armpits and groin. That well is also rough and a little bumpy like that.
Just to look up, women wear jewelery around their necks and think it is black around the neck, it feels ugly, they feel very bad.
Most males and females have black spots on their foreheads. Coming to these parts is so difficult. If we think about whether this blackness actually decreases and why it occurs, there are chances of these black spots appearing around the neck mainly due to four diseases. The first problem is due to obesity, when we become fat i.e. we gain up to 10 kg more than normal weight, it is called overweight.
If it increases beyond 10 kg, it is called obesity. If it increases beyond 25 kg, it is called morbid obesity. Severe obesity is more than 25, 30 kg, and when such obesity occurs, circulatory problems occur. Hence blackness comes in the skins. The second reason is that these blackheads are more common due to diabetes. Thirdly, when PCOD problems occur in women, this is one of the reasons for blackness around the neck, face, armpits and groin. Due to hormonal differences.
ypothyroidism is the fourth problem caused by the thyroid not producing hormones properly. These are the four reasons why more people come. Especially many people have sugar, but they don’t get tested for sugar, they continue with the same sugar levels for a year, two or three years. But they don’t show any symptoms, but they are with weight, along with weight, there is also sugar, they reached 20 years of age without showing it. Think why some people get sugar at 25 years old, many people don’t get sugar at 20 30 years. More insulin is produced to reduce. So when the blood insulin levels are high in doses, that insulin resistance comes. Watch the video below for complete information.