10 Telltale Signs That Your Body Is Deteriorating – Daily Feed

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Looking after your body should definitely be on the top of everybody’s priority list. It is vitally important that we are in good, healthy condition. However we don’t tend to look after ourselves as much as we should.

Visiting the gym or making sure we get the recommended amounts of exercise daily should be drilled into us as children in order to create a genuine feeling of importance of staying fit.

We should also make sure that we keep our diets balanced and healthy which should take much more focus in our classrooms. We need to cut out fizzy drinks and snacks from our diets as much as possible, swapping them out for fruits and water.

Hygiene also plays a major part in keeping our bodies healthy and stops any deterioration. We should make sure we are washing regularly and brushing our teeth at least twice a day. You will only live to regret it in the future if you don’t.

A lot of us nowadays find little blemishes or feel slightly off, resort to the internet to try and find out what is wrong with them, which then just fills their heads with worry. However we have comprised a list of telltale signs that your body is actually deteriorating.

Sometimes googling your symptoms isn’t the best thing to do when you’re starting to get ill, especially if you’re a hypochondriac! To help you look out for certain signs, we have put together a list of 10 things that show us that our bodies are deteriorating… Some of these things will be caused by natural causes but if the issue continues then you should consider going to the doctor and getting checked out.

Lets start…

1. Dry Skin

It is vitality important that you have healthy, hydrated skin. If your skin is dry or flaky you should ensure that your clean and moisturise more. Olive oil and butternut squash included into your diet may also help with dry skin.

2. Psoriasis

Psoriasis can easily be missed when you first get it, but it can lead to major deterioration of the skin. This is caused often by a lack of vitamin C, which you can get from Grapefruit and Red Peppers.

3. Brittle nails

Avocado and almonds are what you are missing from your diet if you suffer from brittle nails. They form from a lack of calcium or vitamin B. So keep your nails nice for aesthetic purposes as well as obvious health ones.

4. Bleeding in your mouth

Bleeding from inside of the mouth occurs when your oral health doesn’t take priority in your day to day life. Brushing your teeth, flossing and using mouthwash will help keeping your mouth hygienic and healthy.

5. Insomnia

This can be an absolute nightmare! When you go to to sleep at night your  stress hormone cortisol, are supposed to minimum levels which allows your system to slow down, rest, and recharge.

Insomnia is the lack of the ability to sleep and can lead to tired days which can be dangerous. It may be due to a lack of magnesium in your body, which can be found, unfortunately, in kale.

6. Cravings

Craving foods could be due to a lack of chloride in your diet. This can be found in food such as celery. You should also try swapping out salty foods for fruits and vegetables.

7. Shrinking

Most people know what height they are, even if they haven’t been measured in a while. When you go for a check up at the doctors, they usually record your height. So if you go for a check up and you used to be 5 foot 11 inches but now you’re being measured at 5’10.5″ then this shouldn’t be ignored.

If you are shrinking then it is usually a sign that your bones are beginning to deteriorate due to natural consequence of osteoporosis. Some people think that shrinking comes with aging. However, you can have healthy bones all your life if you get enough calcium and vitamin D in your diets.

8. Colds

If you think you are a person that always manages to catch a cold during flu season, or even when other people aren’t sick, then you may be more unhealthy than you thought. Healthy people tend to be able to fight the natural bacteria that we are exposed to on a daily basis without getting ill.

So if you find yourself always getting a cold then your immune system could be in a bad condition. A weak immune system means that you are putting yourself in a position where you are more likely to catch infectious diseases or even life-threatening conditions like cancer.

9. Dark yellow urine

Most people are aware that the colour of our wee can indicate whether we are healthy or not. Our wee should be almost clear if we are hydrated enough, any darker than that then you need to be careful.

Dark yellow wee could be an indication that you aren’t drinking enough water, however if you think you’re drinking enough and your urine is still dark yellow then you might have some underlying kidney issues. If this is the case for you, try drinking more water and if your urine still stays dark then visit your doctor and they should take a look at your kidneys.

10. Anxiety

If you are anxious, a lot of people will tell you that it’s all in your head and to stop thinking about it. That can sometimes be the worst thing to say to someone that feels anxious but it’s what everyones says. As you would expect, anxiety is not good for your body.

Feelings of anxiety can be an indicator of a sex hormone imbalance, adrenal tumors, hyperthyroidism and much more. A lot of people don’t know where their anxieties come from which makes them feel more nervous. If you are one of these people then it may be worth trying to figure out what makes you fee anxious by analysing the moments in which you feel anxious and seeing if they correlate with one another.

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