Human body is incredible mechanism that has the ability to alarm us if there is something strange unusual happening. There are various ways on which it can “indicate” if something does not suit or if there is lack of vitamins.
Still, the most important thing is to know and recognize these symptoms and find the appropriate medication.
- Cracks in the corners of the mouth
The major causes:
– Lack of vitamins of B group
– Certain disease of the stomach linked with increased secretion of gastric acid that corrodes the mucous membranes of the lips
– if the back teeth are missing or if there is lowered bite
– iron deficiency that causes anemia
– Infection caused by bacteria streptococcus and staphylococcus, fungi (mostly candida)
– inadequate oral hygiene but also poor sanitary conditions
– commonly occurs at people who talk a lot and moisturize their lips with their tongue
– due to weakened immune system it often occurs in diabetics
– In case you have experienced some of above mentioned factors mentioned, that surely a sign of lack of: iron, zinc, and B vitamins such as niacin (B 3), riboflavin (B 2) and B 12.
Solution: Consume more tofu, quinoa, lean cheese, chard and spinach, peanuts, dried apricots, asparagus, all kinds of seeds and legumes. In addition to this, combine foods like broccoli and kale because of iron absorption (vitamin C).
Be aware that excessive licking of the lips or exposure to wind, cold, or dry air can aggravate the condition even more and leads to even larger cracks and also very thin skin.
Another cause of cracks on the mouth is due to certain allergic reaction to some ingredient contained in cosmetic products, which you have started to use.
- Red rash on the face that is flaky and / or excessive hair loss
If you notice scaly rash with redness, which commonly occurs along the line of the scalp or face, but also if you have increased hair loss, it may indicate lack of the following:
You surely miss: biotin
Solution: Consume peanuts, almonds, chard, goat milk, yogurt, tomatoes, carrots, onions, nuts, milk, sesame, bananas, avocados, mushrooms.
It is important to mention that the low temperatures in winter substantially worsen any skin disease, particularly those on the facial skin. The most common skin conditions are: seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, rosacea, psoriasis, allergic contract dermatitis on face, skin lupus erythematosus. Each of these diseases is chronic and get worse in the winter period, thus you should be extra careful.
Many factors can lead to hair loss:
Several months after some illness or severe surgery you may experience sudden hair loss. You may lose large amount of hair, which usually is result of elevated stress hormones such as cortisol.
– Hair loss often is caused by thyroid disease.
– Birth control pills on hormonal base often have adversely affect on hair.
– At many women hair fall occurs within three months after childbirth.
– The hair loss may be caused by certain drugs, such as drugs for as anti-blood coagulation, gout, hypertension, heart disease and depression.
– In children, certain fungal infections of the skin can trigger hair loss.
– At some patients, the hair loss appears as an integral part of the disease like lupus or diabetes.
– Certain types of hairstyles can cause hair loss, particularly if you wear long braids or you use tight curlers.
– If you use hot hair oil or chemicals in order to make permanent curls, that may be the cause of inflammation of the hair follicles, which furthermore leads to damage and hair loss.
– Genetic factors may cause hair loss.
- Red or white growths that resemble acne (on the cheeks, arms, hips)
Certain red and painful subcutaneous rash which looks as acne, at adult people, may indicate hormone imbalance, and in some cases lack the following:
Lack of certain essential fatty-acids and lack of Vitamin A and D
Solution: You should increase the intake of healthy fats, consume more nuts and seeds such as flax. Also it is recommended to eat more green leafy vegetables and carrots and peppers for vitamin A. Consume bigger amounts of dairy products.
- Numbness hands, feet and other body parts or burning sensation
Temporary losing of sense along with feeling of numbness and tingling in the hands and feet indicate that there is lack of folic acid or vitamin B 9, B 6 and B 12. These vitamins directly are related to the peripheral nervous system and if there is deficiency, interference is one of the most common symptoms, but also it may cause a disorder that manifest itself into depression, anemia and fatigue.
In your body there is lack of: B vitamins, folic acid (B9), B6 and B12.
Solution: Eat more spinach, asparagus, beets, all types of beans and dairy products.
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