8 Body Changes That Should Never Be Ignored


Dry hands and dry skin

Appearance of dry skin is the normal especially during colder seasons, but this can be solved by using a moisturizing cream, consuming plenty of water or taking vitamins. And if these solutions don’t work for you, you are recommended to visit a dermatologist because dry skin is also one of the common signs of diabetes and hypothyroidism. If your skin is rough, peeling and also tight and full of cracks, it may be a sign of dermatitis which caused by a natural reaction to chemical exposure.

White stains on teeth

The condition is known as dental fluorosis, it is a chronic disease that develops either before teething or after (when consuming large amounts of water or products with a high content of fluorine compounds). There are 5 types of fluorosis classification, which includes questionable, very mild, mild, moderate, and severe. The first 3 variations manifest visually through the appearance of stains as shown in the image above, on the other hand, the last 2 causes tooth decaying and teeth crumbling.

Foot deformity

Flatfoot is usually indicated by the displacement of a foot bent inward and a change in the shape of the foot which is characterized by the omission of the longitudinal or transverse arches. Transverse flatfoot combined with other deformations occurs more often than longitudinal flatfoot and women are more vulnerable to it. This is caused by wearing high heels which causes an uneven load distribution to take place, putting the biggest load on the area of the transverse arch. When this arch isn’t able to stand such a load, the foot gets unpleasant, painful, pulling sensations indicating the beginning of a deformation.

Dry heelsLack of vitamins A and E can cause the skin on feet to get dry. It can also be caused by a presence of fungal infections that affects the overall condition of the epidermis. The signs are always numerous cracks and the yellowing of nail plates. Remember that this may be a sign of endocrine disruption if dryness and roughness don’t disappear even with proper care and adequate intake of vitamins.

Red face

There are 3 wide-spread reasons for getting a red face if we exclude natural physiological changes like changes in temperature, massage, or alcohol consumption. If this occurs in women after 40, it is definitely due to a decrease in hormone levels which indicates the beginning of menopause. A red face can also indicate the presence of infections that cause demodicosis. Partial redness that's accompanied with sudden attacks of dizziness can signify pressure fluctuations that can be normalized with the help of special medicines.

Nail dystrophy

All of is knows how healthy nails can look. If there's any change in their color or structure is, then that should be an alarming signal. Also, thin and pale nails can be a sign of anemia and a lack of iron in the body while yellowing can indicate liver and gastric tract disorders or a fungal infection. On the other hand, white spots and stripes indicate a lack of zinc, copper, and iodine, and the nails can become very brittle when faced with a lack of vitamins, calcium, iron, and beta-carotene in the body.

Eyebrow loss

Nowadays thick brows are a big health indicator and they're also very trendy. When you notice a periodical loss of eyebrow hair, you should know that it is quite normal but if you notice an excessive loss of hair as well as the appearance of bald spots or even a complete disappearance of the eyebrows, you should visit a doctor immediately. It can be connected to an excessive or insufficient level of thyroid activity.

Dry or cracked lips

You should know that a flaking dry skin is a clear sign of an allergy. Therefore, pay close attention to the cosmetics that you use as well as oral hygiene products, food that you eat, and even medicines. Presence of cracks in the corners of the mouth indicate a lack of vitamins B, A, and E. Having dry eyes, a dry mouth, and problems with your digestive system, you’d better visit a doctor because it can be a combination of symptoms specific for an autoimmune disease called Sjögren syndrome.

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