What Is Your Body Saying?
Sometimes, before the onset of a condition the body sends signals which comes as changes in the appearance or functions of a part of the body. These signals are either ignored by us because the mean little or no thing , note that the appearance of any of these doesn’t mean the sickness is there. Remember to check in with your doctor in case you notice any abnormality in your body.
- Appearance of so many sudden skin tags: this could mean the presence of diabetes, scientists still aren’t sure, but multiple studies—including this notable 2007 study published in the International Journal of Dermatology have found that people with multiple skin tags are at a higher risk of contracting type 2 diabetes.
- Constant Craving for Ice- Your body needs iron to help carry oxygen to your brain and your muscles, and people who are lacking in iron have less oxygen in their blood. Scientists believe that the act of craving excess ice triggers a response in which your body sends more blood to the brain, which may produce feelings of greater alertness.
(If you notice similar occurrence, increase your iron intake by taking multivitamins, fish, poultry and meat).
- You notice white lines on your fingernails: If you notice your nails turn white, or white lines appear on them, it could be a sign of chronic disease , like kidney or liver disease. As dermatologist .
(But if you’ve always had white spots on your nails, you have little to worry about—that’s a normal occurrence).
4. O-blood type: You’re more likely to be beaten by a mosquito
- A longer index finger than ring finger: you’re less likely to get prostrate cancer :Many scientists have actually backed up this claim. In fact, those with longer index fingers than ring fingers had a 33 percent less chance of getting prostrate cancer in their lifetime. This was backed up by a study published in 2011, which found that the inverse was also true—that those with longer ring fingers tended to have a higher chance of hearing a prostate cancer diagnosis.
- Short people tend to live longer than their taller counterparts: According to researchers, short people will live longer because of the presence of This gene, called FOXO3, has now been linked to body size and longevity.
- Your hearing loss could be linked to a kidney problem: If you notice you’re having trouble hearing what others are saying, it might not just be your ears that need to get checked. According to a 2010 study published in the American Journal of Kidney Disease , older adults with chronic kidney disease are more likely to have hearing loss than those without it.
- You’re breath smells sweet -this could show the presence of diabetes: This is as a result of the body’s inability to produce insulin. Chemicals called ketones start to build up in your blood, your body will try to get rid of them through your saliva, causing your breath to smell sweet or, in some cases, like nail polish remover.
- Sudden thinning of your hair shows lack of Iron
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