8 Signs That Your Body Shows When There’s Something Wrong!

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The human body has undoubtedly one of the most complicated mechanisms that have ever existed. There are thousands of functions happening simultaneously.

With neurons firing, our body also sends us signs and signals when there might be something wrong with our bodies. Do your best to pay attention because ignoring them could lead to serious health issues.

FeedFond has compiled 8 possible signs. A few of these might save your life someday!

#8 Insomnia, irritability, and leg cramps

When your body is sending you these signs, it means it’s lacking magnesium and potassium. Add tomatoes, oranges, bananas, and spinach to your regular diet to replenish these vital elements.

#7 Dry skin

A lack of vitamin C causes skin dryness. Eat more vegetables, oil, fish, and nuts.

#6 Sweet tooth

When you are craving something sweet, it usually means your body needs (or wants) glucose. You may be stressed out, depressed or exhausted. To avoid gaining weight, try eating some dark chocolate or honey.

#5 Desire to eat ice

When your body has anemia (aka an iron deficiency), you will find yourself craving ice. Iron-rich foods include beef, eggs, and mollusks. Nevertheless, getting advice from a doctor is recommended.

Check out these 12 Nighttime Habits That Will Make You Gain Weight!

#4 Bleeding gums

Consistent bleeding of gums points towards lack of vitamin C. Add citrus fruits, spinach, green and red bell peppers, tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli to your meals.

#3 Fragile nails and hair

When your body lacks vitamin B, you’ll notice your nails and hair become weak and break easily. Drink more milk, eat nori seaweeds and mushrooms to replenish the deficiency.

#2 Rings around the irises

Rings around the irises of the eyes appear when people are over 50 years old and it’s normal. If such rings appear in a younger person, it signifies high cholesterol levels. Time to make an urgent doctor’s appointment.

#1 Greek foot

A Greek foot, also known as Morton’s toe leads to excessive pressure on the second metatarsal head (behind the second toe at the ball-of-the-foot) resulting in pain similar to the discomfort associated with metatarsalgia. Wearing footwear may be uncomfortable and irritating.

Check out more warning signs such as 12 Warning Signs You Might Have High Blood Sugar Levels

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