Why is there a "roundness" of the face, a double chin and a lack of cheekbones when thin? And how to fix it?

Why is there a "roundness" of the face, a double chin and a lack of cheekbones when thin? And how to fix it?

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Answers (2)

Answer 1
November, 2020

There may be several reasons for this. The first is the structure of the bones of the facial skull, an underdeveloped jaw, as a result of an incorrect bite, problems in the mandibular joint. The second reason is edema, which occurs either due to the presence in the diet of certain products that retain water, or due to circulatory disorders in the cervical spine, sometimes this is a combination of all these reasons at once. Therefore, an integrated approach is needed. First, a visit to an osteopath is recommended to find out if there are any problems with the bones of the skull and to improve blood circulation in the problem area. Next, you need to exclude sugar, harmful carbohydrates, flour, salted, fried, coffee and strong tea from the diet, and vice versa, add vegetables, herbs and fruits, foods containing healthy fiber as much as possible. Facial care has not been canceled either, it is necessary to use self-massage techniques, for example, with a towel, choose a special set of modeling exercises, correctly determine the care for tone and sufficient skin hydration, maintain water balance in the body and get enough sleep. Effective self-care complexes can be found on our course https://sektaschool.ru/s60.

Answer 2
November, 2020

Many factors can influence this:

  • the structure of the skull. Simply round face shape by nature
  • malocclusion
  • underdeveloped chin - creates a precondition for the formation of a double chin
  • large lumps of Bisha in the cheek area
  • hypertonicity of facial muscles
  • water retention and, as a result, swelling and puffiness of the face.
    This is often found among patients with bulimia - constant swelling of the face due to vomiting and at the same time thinness.

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