Monday, August 14, 2017

Your Body Is Asking For Your Help And Here Are The Six Signs That You Shouldn’t Ignore


The smartest mammal on the planet is human and just like our brain, our body has it’s own intelligence and mechanism that could give signs that it is in trouble.

And we know our body more than anyone else, slight changes can noticeable and we have the ability to ‘feel’ when something is wrong. However, how do we pay attention to this such feelings?

The answer? It’s simple, some people are sensitive and observant on their body but some can be neglectful on what is happening with their bodies.

Now, this article will provide you certain signs that could lead you in the feeling that something is really wrong in your body and you should not ignore them at all.

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Below you have a list of the top 6 signals that you mustn’t ignore:

1. Dry Skin
Dry skin is often a sign of vitamin E deficiency. To boost your vitamin E levels, you should consume more nuts, vegetable oils, and oily fish.

2. Bleeding Gums
Bleeding gums are typically a sign of vitamin C deficiency. To reverse this deficiency, you should consume garlic, fruits, and veggies.

3. Brittle Hair and Nails
Brittle hair and nails indicate that you are deficient in calcium in vitamin D. What you should do are consume more calcium- rich and vitamin D-rich foods, such as legumes, potatoes, whole grains, wheat germ, and milk.

4. Desire for Sour Food
Craving for sour foods show indicates that the body needs an additional stimulation of the liver and gallbladder. The solution is very simple: consume more lemons and cranberries.

5. Sweet Cravings
Nervous exhaustion is the common cause of sweet cravings since the body needs glucose as a source of energy. In case you find yourself craving for sweets, reach for dark chocolate or honey.

6. Poor Sleep, Irritability, Leg Cramp
Poor sleep, irritability, and leg cramps are signs of magnesium and potassium deficiency. To increase your magnesium levels, you should consume more nuts, such as almonds, sunflower, and linseed.


Source: Talk Chick