Drs: Acne Breakouts & Your Health + Botox For Teeth Grinding


The Doctors: What Does Your Acne Say About Your Health?

There’s a post circulating on the internet that claims where you break out, can give away exactly what health problems you’re experiencing. The Doctors wanted to know if it was legit, so they brought in dermatologist Dr Sandra Lee. If you break out on your forehead is it really because of poor diet, irregular sleep or digestive problems? What about your chin? If you have acne there, does it mean you have a hormonal or kidney imbalance? Dr Lee said “this is ridiculous and all false.”


Acne actually has to do with your hormones, your genetics, and your skin type. If someone breaks out on their forehead, the dermatologist typically suspects pomade acne, which is when someone is wearing a hair product that comes into contact with the forehead, clogging the pores. Acne on the nose may be rosacea, and the dermatologist will ask about lifestyle habits. If males experience an abrupt breakout on their cheeks, doctors usually think about steroid acne and hormones. Finally, a lot of athletes will break out on their chins, and perioral dermatitis, or eczema, occurs on the chin as well.

Drs: Acne Breakouts & Your Health + Botox For Teeth Grinding

Is it true that here your acne shows up, could be a sign of a particular health problem? The Doctors explained. (caitlinator / Flickr)


The Doctors: Botox For Teeth Grinding

Then, can Botox really help with your teeth grinding? The Doctors brought in dentist Dr Joe Willardsen to answer the question. Dr Willardsen explained that there’s actually some truth to this, and said Botox can help the spastic muscles relax, relieving the patient of their pain. Dr Willardsen said that by putting the Botox into the so-called “chewing muscles” you’re not going to be able to clench down as hard. Plus, over time, the muscle will shrink.

This procedure is best for those who experience headaches, neck pain, or severe tooth wear from grinding your teeth. Of course, be sure to use a doctor who knows what they’re doing.

The Doctors: Maximize Your Workout

If you want to maximize your workout, tryeating slow-digesting carbs beforehand to fuel your workout, and then eat protein after your workout to strengthen muscles. Lastly, use stability training to engage your core and get a better calorie burn. Burn was the word of the day and you can use the word burn to enter for a chance to win a gift card for Cardiff skates and a helmet.

The Doctors: Selena Gomez Lupus

For The Doctors News in 2:00, they reported that Selena Gomez finally broke her silence about being diagnosed with lupus, a chronic auto-immune disease. Lupus happens when your body’s immune system attacks your own tissues and organs and is often treated with immuno-suppressents to calm the inflammation. Selena said she was “undergoing chemotherapy” and said her long break from the public was to deal with her illness.

The Doctors: “Room” Movie

Trapped inside a 10×10 shed without a single view of the outside world, was the setting for the film Room. The movie is based on the best-selling novel and tells the story of the kidnapped mother played by Brie Larson. The woman in the story gives birth to her son Jack, while in captivity. The story is similar to that of Jaycee Lee Dugard, who gave birth to two children while in captivity from 1991-2009.

The Doctors: Steve Jobs’ Movie, Laurene Powell Controversy

The movie Steve Jobs opened and received rave critical reviews. Michael Fassbender portrays the Apple CEO, who comes off as heartless in the movie, especially in scenes about his girlfriend and mother of his first child. Reports are surfacing that Jobs’ widow, Laurene Powell-Jobs, allegedly tried to stop the film from being made. According to “The Hollywood Reporter” Lauene called Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale, to pursuade them not to appear in the controvesial movie.

The Doctors: Get Your Hearing Checked

For The Doctors prescription of the day, The Doctors reported that only 14% of those who are suffering from hearing loss are actually taking care of it. Those with hearing loss wait an average of seven years before seeking help, which can cause depression, dementia, and increase your risk of falling. Get your hearing checked!


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