It is important to take care of your health. For instance, if you have a mole or a knot on the nose, both of which suggest stomach related problems, you must be careful about any stomach ailments. These should be taken seriously and not ignored if they persist or are frequent, get them checked out by a specialist.
It is also important to engage in preventative measures recommended by the medical profession to minimize stomach related health problems, such as increasing fiber consumption and avoiding carcinogenic foods. Finally, regular health screenings are essential.
Like the palms, the face can change over time. Often, if a person makes an effort to manage their health issues and problems, their face starts to show signs that the risk, magnitude and severity of the problem are decreasing. For example, lines on the earlobes, a typical indication of heart-related problems, have been known to fade or become less pronounced as the person embraces a healthier lifestyle and makes an effort to reduce the risk of heart attack.
The ancient texts have a phrase that translates as “the face has no good mole.” Like indentations, protrusions on the face in the form of moles are considered unfavorable. Of course, moles come in many shapes and forms. Some are so small they are barely distinguishable from freckles and do no protrude, while others are sizable and prominent. There are some rare exceptions, but in face reading moles are generally not considered desirable, particularly when they are the protruding type and are on important areas of the face such as the forehead, nose, cheeks or chin.