Understanding the Causes of Acne: Hormonal Changes, Excessive Sugar Consumption, and Lack of Hygiene

Reasons for Acne and Skin Infections

Reasons for Acne and Skin Infections

The Role of Hormonal Changes

There are many reasons that lead to acne and skin infections, including hormonal changes in the body, excessive sugar consumption and lack of hygiene.

The Impact of Cow’s Milk

Dr. Natalya Kozlova, a dermatologist and venereologist, points out that there are products that stimulate the appearance of acne by stimulating the sebaceous glands, for example, cow’s milk. Because cows produce special hormones during pregnancy that are released into milk, and when the levels of these hormones increase in the human body, they can cause acne.

The Effect of Sugar and Carbohydrates

In addition, sugar and carbohydrates stimulate the production of sebaceous glands, so acne may appear in people who abuse sugary carbonated drinks, white bread, white rice, chocolate and pastries.

Regulating Blood Sugar Levels

Blood sugar levels can be regulated by eating fiber-rich foods such as oats, legumes, apples and carrots.

Importance of Antioxidants

People with young neighborhoods are often diagnosed with low levels of antioxidants such as vitamin E and selenium, she said. Therefore, to increase its level, you need to eat almonds, peanuts and Brazil nuts.

Following a Balanced Diet

The doctor points out the need to follow a balanced diet containing proteins, fats and carbohydrates and corresponding to the amount of energy expended by a person. It is recommended to stop eating simple carbohydrates and fast food and replace them with vegetables, fruits and drink plenty of water.

Source: newspaper “Izvestia”

Kayne Davenport
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