Many signs of a disease are overlooked and not taken seriously. If you have these symptoms, go straight to the doctor’s office; don’t play with your life!
There are many ‘tell-signs’ that actually scream you’re having some health problem. However, we often tend to ignore or overlook these signs as we don’t think something bad would happen to us.
In addition, even if we notice the signs, we genially do nothing about them. We just keep on going and forget about them. However, it is of great importance to notice the signs of a disease on time in order to prevent complications.
Signs of a disease
If you have cracks on the corners of your mouth, you might be experiencing:
- A type of stomach disease related to increased gastric acid secretion that actually corrodes the lips mucous membranes
- Lack of some vitamin B
- Iron deficiency (anemia)
- Diabetes; diabetics have dry mouth and lips, causing the cracks on the corners of the mouth
Conclusion: Check your insulin, iron, B12, zinc, B2(riboflavin) and niacin (B3) levels in your blood.
What to do: Eat tofu, chard, lean cheese, quinoa, peanuts, spinach, asparagus, apricots, kale, seeds, broccoli and legumes.
If you have sudden and excessive hair loss or red, flaky rash on your face, you might have:
- Lack of biotin
- Atopic dermatitis
- Seborrheic dermatitis
- Skin lupus erythematosus
- Thyroid disease
- Post-partum consequences
- Heart disease
What to do: Eat chard, almonds, yogurt, carrots, peanuts, goal milk, tomatoes, onions, milk, bananas, nuts, sesame, mushrooms and avocados.
If you have white or red skin growths resembling acne, you might be facing:
- Hormone imbalance
What to do: Eat seeds, nuts, healthy fats, green leafy veggies, peppers, carrots and dairy.
If you have numbness in hands, in feet or other body parts or you feel a burning sensation, you might have:
- Lack of folic acid
- Vitamin B12 deficiency
- Lack of vitamin B9
- Vitamin B6 deficiency
What to do: Eat beets, spinach, beans, asparagus and dairy products.