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Published on Jun 28, 2018
How to Stay Healthy. Your body has a way of telling you when it’s happy, when it’s sad, or when it desperately needs your attention. And there are certain signs you can’t ignore that, if it’s giving them to you, mean you’d better see a doctor right away. Follow these simple tips to stay healthy and avoid serious diseases.
TIMESTAMPS Why pink feet are dangerous 0:36 Why do hugs feel uncomfortable 1:14 What thinning eyebrows say about your health 2:08 What health problems do swollen toes indicate 2:53 Why did you lose appetite 3:49 Is itchy skin a serious issue 4:48 Why do you hate being inside 6:02 What happens to your body if you hate open windows 6:57 What sudden onset of kleptomania really means 7:36 What can your nails tell about your health 8:45 Bonus trivia 9:32
SUMMARY -Discolored and distressed feet can indicate a metabolic problem, such as diabetes. An endocrinologist will check your blood sugar and hormone levels. -If hugs feel unpleasantly too tight, it might be a sign of a disease called multiple sclerosis (or MS). If you have unpleasant sensations in your arms and legs, like you’re wearing invisible gloves or shoes, that can be a warning sign too. -If you notice your eyebrows becoming naturally thinner without any help from your tweezers, you should see a doctor. This may be one of the symptoms of hypothyroidism, a condition that can lead to feelings of tiredness, constipation, depression, and weight gain. -If you have fat or swollen toes, or if your toes look like sausages, talk to a dermatologist and/or a rheumatologist. This symptom might signal psoriatic arthritis, which can result in damaged skin and pain. -If you experience a sudden loss of appetite and notice that you’re also losing weight, it may be a symptom of a metabolic disorder. This may be genetic or the result of not getting proper nutrition over an extended period. -Itchy spots are often caused by insect bites or mild allergic reactions to a new lotion or a low-quality fabric. If none of these possibilities explain the itch, however, ask your doctor for an examination. -If you’re one of those people who always asks to open the windows in public transportation, you have trouble breathing indoors, or you feel claustrophobic at work without a window open, you should have your heart tested to exclude the risk of cardiac failure. -If you can’t stand open windows or you’re cold even in the summer, you should get your thyroid checked. Your body might lack iodine, and this deficiency may lead to hypothyroidism. -A sudden ignorance of the law and the wish to steal something small, even if you can easily pay for it, may be the first sign of dementia. -If you notice your nails changing shape, such as becoming thicker and wider, this may indicate that you have lung or heart problems.