7 Lifesaving Signals Your Body Is Sending You, Must-Know!

7 Lifesaving Signals Your Body Is Sending You, Must-Know!
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This is why you need massage for your feet daily and the points of acupressure that may come to your rescue. When all's not well, our body sends us messages everyday so that we know what, if something, is wrong with our overall health. But, decoding these messages is a tricky task. You should know what sign means what pertaining to your health.

So, here we tell you the 7 signs of an unhealthy body, and what to infer from them.

1. Urine color

1. Urine color

Paying attention to the color of your urine is the key to know your overall health. A lighter color indicates that you are in the pink of your health. While darker suggests you need more water supply. Also, the amount of urine would tell you if you need to provide some more water to your body. Changes in the color, odor or density of your urine, all have hidden messages for you to notice.

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2. Teeth

2. Teeth
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If your gums bleed while brushing teeth, you probably have gum issues. If your gums are affected, they can lead to various other problems in the body. Also, if your teeth break, you might be suffering from acidosis, because a build up of acid has taken place.

3. Nails

3. Nails
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Our nails are essentially the dead cells being given out by our body. If the nails turn yellow and thick, it means you have caught fungal infection. Whereas, thin and brittle nails suggest calcium deficiencies, which is harmful for the whole body.

4. Skin

4. Skin
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Our skin is the largest and most widespread organ of our body. It can tell us a lot! If there are rashes, dark spots, growths, streaking, or changes in color, all these can be symptoms of other diseases. So, after you take a shower, take up a moment to inspect your skin for any health issues.

5. Hair

5. Hair
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Changes in your usual hair color can show that you are taking up a lot of stress. Whereas, a different texture can reveal about the low protein levels. If your hair are thinning and get increasingly dry, then it might be about the thyroid levels in your body.

6. Body odor

6. Body odor
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We all give out a significant amount of body odor, but an excess of the same should ring an alarm in you. Changes inside the body is a driving factor for a changing body odor, and the best time to assess that is in the morning before the shower.

7. Body weight

7. Body weight
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A sudden gain in weight is a clear sign of fluid retention, which means problems with the heart or kidneys. On the other hand, losing weight is a clear indication of digestive system not functioning correctly.

So, check it out

So, check it out
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Look for these signs and know the tiny issue before it gets too intense and serious. Share to the people you care.