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Here Are Warning Signs That Indicate Your Body Is Unhealthy

Did you know that our bodies offer us warning indications of deteriorating health before we get afflicted? Our bodies talk to us in whispers, and if we don't listen, they roar. You may believe you are healthy, but your body may disagree.

Cold feet or poor breath may not seem like a huge concern to you, but these minor symptoms are your body's way of alerting you that something is amiss.

1. Sneezing

Although snoring may appear to be a harmless way of indicating that you're getting enough rest, it could be an indication of a more serious problem that many people are born with.

A deviated septum, which develops when the cartilage in the middle of a person's nose slips to one side, is a common cause of snoring. Snoring has been linked to sleep apnea, excessive blood pressure, and other health issues that necessitate medical treatment.

2. Susceptible to bruising

According to research, bruising that occurs frequently or readily can be an indication of a shortage of critical nutrients. Fortunately, there is a simple solution to prevent it from happening again.

When it comes to developing more collagen in the skin and strengthening blood vessels, adding Vitamin C and Vitamin K to your diet is critical.

Experts recommend consuming vegetables, fruits, and berries on a daily basis to control the size of the bruise, and foods containing vitamin B12, such as fish or dairy products, can also help address this problem. Bruising is also increased by liver illness and certain forms of malignancy.

3. Cold feet or hands

According to research, if your feet are still cold even in the summer, it may be an indication of vascular disease.

Vascular disease develops when plaques form in the arteries, blocking blood from flowing to various parts of the body. The portions of the body that do not receive blood will eventually become colder. And, if your feet turn a different hue when you're chilly, it's time to consult a doctor.

Another reason for your cold feet could be a shortage of iron or vitamin B12. These vitamins aid in the movement of blood cells throughout the body; without them, your body would "shift blood and prioritise more essential organs such as the heart, brain, and systemic organs." This causes cold extremities, such as hands and feet.

4. Nail brittleness

Cold winter temperatures can damage your nails, but brittle nails can also be caused by a lack of vitamins, particularly iron or vitamin B. Fortunately, include these minerals in your diet is simple. Fruits, eggs, leafy greens, nuts, and whole grains are among foods that can help with this disease.


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