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Vitamin B has anti-inflammatory properties and too little is linked to redness and cracking. Meanwhile, a vitamin C deficiency can result in sore, cracked lips.’ Stress can cause people to grind their teeth at night or clench in the day, which can reduce the length of the teeth, he explains. I see people who’ve lost 50 to 80 per cent of their teeth because of this, causing the actual face height to shrink in size, too.’ Mouth guards can be worn at night, but Dr Atkins says clearly it’s also vital to work out the cause of your anxiety.‘Eating lots of high-fat and spicy foods like curry means you’ll produce more acid, and if you suffer reflux, where there is a weakness in the valve between the gullet and the stomach, the acid can splash up the gullet into the mouth and damage the teeth.‘The damage to the blood supply in the gums from smoking may cause them to recede, and they can also start to look pale and leathery — in the same way a fish does when you smoke it.That’s essentially what you’re doing to your mouth when you smoke a cigarette.’Watery eyes are usually, surprisingly, a tell-tale sign that you actually have dry eyes — this is because the tear glands react by overproducing tears, says Shamina Asif, from the College of Optometrists.Often this is caused by spending too much time at a computer.‘When you’re concentrating on a screen you’re less likely to blink, and it’s blinking that generates tears and lubricates the eyes,’ she says.‘Iron is needed for the turnover of tissue, so a deficiency slows down the creation of new skin and can cause the face to look pale and dark under the eyes.’ Furthermore, Dr Khan adds that tiredness can cause blood vessels in the skin to dilate.They can start small, but if the underlying cause is not treated, may spread to take over the whole neck.‘It’s very much a feature of obesity and diabetes, and tends to appear on the armpits and sometimes the neck,’ says Dr David Price, a diabetes expert at the Morriston Hospital in Swansea.In March last year, researchers at the University of St Andrews published research showing that eating just three portions of fruit and vegetables a day can give skin a natural glow akin to a suntan within weeks.Ross Whitehead, research fellow at the university, who led the study, explains: ‘Fruit and vegetables contain pigments called carotenoids, which give carrots their orange colour, for example, and tomatoes their red colour.
Varying your workouts with different types of exercise, such as weight-training or yoga, will help prevent this.‘Between 20 and 30 you can get away with murder, but if you carry on drinking like that, by your 40th birthday the damage will be done.’Regular exercise is also essential for keeping the skin on the face healthy and youthful.