You never want to be that kind of guy who would immediately go to the doctor’s office just because you get a slight headache every now and then. But you also don’t want to be completely reckless either. If something is happening to your body, you always need to pay attention to. Remember that even though as cliché as it might sound, your body is a temple. And you must always treat it with care and respect. That is why when you experience certain sensations or changes, that might be your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong.
It might be nothing. It might be something. But you can never be too careful. Prevention is better than cure after all.
Your body is constantly going through many changes on a daily basis. However, there might be certain drastic changes that your body goes through which might not necessarily be normal. If you notice that some of these changes occur in your own body, then you might want to have that checked by a professional.
1. Drying or cracking lips
Whenever you have dry skin that is flaky in nature, it’s often a sign of an allergy. So, whenever your lips start to crack or dry out, it might be a sign that you are allergic to certain cosmetics that you are using. This might also be a sign that you are deficient in Vitamin B, A, and E. And in more drastic cases, dry lips can be a symptom for an autoimmune disease called Sjogren syndrome.
2. Eyebrow loss
Thick eyebrows. That’s the trend today. Girls everywhere are making sure that their eyebrow games are on fleek, as they say colloquially. But what does it mean whenever you start experiencing eyebrow loss or thinning? Does that mean that you’re not in style? Well, it could mean something more serious too. Excessive loss of eyebrow hairs can mean a deficiency of thyroid activity in the body.
3. Nail dystrophy
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We are all probably aware of what a healthy nail is supposed to look like. That is why any drastic change in the color or structural integrity of a nail might be a cause for alarm. When your nails are pale and thin, then that might be a sign of anemia – a condition indicating the lack of iron in the body. That might also be an indicator for liver disorders or a fungal infection.
4. Swollen lip borders
There are plenty of different explanations for various conditions in the body. If the red border of your lips is swollen and there are small bubbles on it, then that might be a sign that you are sensitive to ultraviolet rays. Of course, the sun is the ultimate culprit in this scenario. And maybe a little sunscreen would be enough to do the trick. If the problem persists, it might be more serious and you should see a specialist.
5. Red face
There are plenty of reasons as to why a person’s face would turn red. For instance, someone in an emotionally compromised position would blush and they would turn red. A person who might be drinking more alcohol than they’re used to could turn red. These are all normal. However, when someone’s face just turns red out of the blue, it might be a sign of a presence of infections that could cause demodicosis.
6. Cracked heels
Dry skin in general is just something that you would never want to leave ignored or unchecked. If the skin on your heels starts to crack because of dryness, then that could mean that there is a serious deficiency of Vitamin A, B, and E in your body. If allowed to persist, it could lead to a fungal infection in the skin of the heel. And that could lead to more serious complications.
7. Dry skin
It’s normal for people to develop dry skin especially during the colder seasons. That’s why it’s essential to always be applying moisturizer, consuming vitamins, and drinking water during these times of the year. But if the symptoms persist in spite of these methods, it might be a sign of graver things such as diabetes or hypothyroidism.
At the end of the day, you always want to make sure that you are taking care of your body. And sometimes, that means asking for help from the trained professionals who have studied many years to treat the human body. Be humble and brave enough to accept that you will sometimes need treatment to become healthier.