11 Warning Signs From Your Body You Shouldn’t Ignore

Do you avoid  listening to your body wene it is telling you it’s sick, lacking something, or it has too much of something? Humans are good at avoidance , avoiding problems and potential health concerns.

If you want to remain fit  for as long as possible,  you need to be on the lookout for any changes and irregularities  in your body. You know it better than anyone,  so you will know if something’s not right!

Below, we cover  a few critical things your body is trying to tell you, things you shouldn’t ignore! From for example irregular bowel movements to pain in chest, headaches, and fatigue, there is bound to be at least one symptom that matches a problem you are facing or have done in the past years.

Number 5 may also push you into action ASAP Take note and put  your body on the track to health and happiness.

1. Chest Pain

There are over 30 reasons why we might be suffering from chest pain, and very few of them mean something bad.

Don’t take the risk of pushing through the pain and . If you are experiencing fatigue, shortness of breath, cold sweats, an irregular or fast pulse, or you’re even concerned about the pain go to visit an emergency department.

2. Fatigue

Anyone get tired at any point in the day, but there is often a reason. You might not have slept well, you’ve had a very busy week, or you’ve been stressed out about something.

If you’re tired for the sake of it, something else might be the reason. It can be time to look into an eventual possible nutritional imbalance or a thyroid problem. However, given how common fatigue is as a symptom, it’s worth visiting the doctor for a closer look.

3. Headaches

When you get a headache, your body is telling you something. However, what it’s trying to say to you can often be a mystery! Instead of getting to the root cause of the problem, a lot of people try to mask it with pain killers and hope it solves itself!

If drinking plenty of water and getting a lot of fresh air doesn’t help, and you are getting headache more often than not, then take actions. Consider whether dehydration could be to blame, or other causes such as stress, nutritional deficiencies or a lack of sleep.

4. Irregular Bowel Movements

There is a common misconception that to have a regular bowel movement means you must walk every day. Everyone is different, so medical professionals work on the basis that fewer than 3 per week is irregular.

See your doctor if your version of “regular” change, and you find yourself going to the toilet less or more  often. Lifestyle changes can be blamed, or there could be a medical reason for this.

5. Moles and Freckles

While you won’t need to see your doctor for every strange dot, speckle, and mark on your body, you will need to if it’s changingor new. A spot that’s irregular or brown can contain melanoma.

If you are not sure, keep an eye on thechange in appearance, color, and unevenness of it. While a lot of moles and freckles are harmless, changing ones canbe the sign of a bigger problem.

6. Unintentional Weight Loss

 

For those who are struggling to lose weight, this problem would seem more of a saving fat than an issue, but it can be a sign of a serious health complications. When you aren’t trying to lose weight you need to make a  trip to the doctor!

You could be suffering from cancer, Diabetes, a viral infection,  depression, a bowel disease, or any number of illnesses.

7. Thinning Hair

While a male going bald is nothing to take a cell phone and call the doctor, it can be a bit more unusual if you’re a female. If you find yourself losing a lof of hair than average, and it feels  thinner than it used to, then see a doctor.

Thinning hair can mean a lot of things, including an auto immune disease or nutritional deficiency. However, it can  result from wearing your hair up too tightly, using a lot of many chemical-rich products, and over treating it.

8. Snoring

If you don’t want to be annoying to your spouse,  then take care of snoring . Not only are you causing other members of your household  unhappiness, but it may be a health condition.

Snoring can contribute to heart disease, fatigue and reducing the amount of oxygen your body gets. Find out from your doctor whether sleep apnoea may be the cause.

9. Skin Breakouts

Do you know that your skin is your body’s biggest organ? It also reacts to the  environment, lashing out when you don’t take care of it treat it properly.

If you are suffering from ongoing acne, eczema, rashes,  or other skin conditions, then listen to what your body is saying! Your body may be stressed, or you may suffer from allergies or nutritional deficiencies.

10. Thirst

Many health professionals recommend that you drink at least 2 to 3 liters of water per day, but what happens if you drink a lot more than that, or you’re drinking more than usual?

You can be the most hydrated person, but you may have an underlying health issue. Craving water and frequent thirst can be a on of the signs of heart and kidney issues as well as type two diabetes. Monitor your water consumption and see a GP if you find your habits of drinking are changing.

11. Lip Cracking

Are your kind of  lips cracked? Before you throw on another layer of chapstick to cover and  mask the problem, have you thought about getting to its underlying cause? There has to be a reason why the corners of your lips are cracking.

Usually, it’s can be a sign that you lack B vitamins, which can lead to anemia and its related conditions. It’s may be the right time to load up on B12! Eat salt, olive oil, popcorn,  and even cayenne pepper. You can get rid of those cracked  and chapped  lips in no time.

Conclusion

Your body will  rarely show a symptom with no underlying cause. You don’t suddenly get an acne breakout for no reasons, nor do you usually have an aching back, or fatigue for no reason either. Your body is continually offering signs and symptoms, it is yelling out for you to take action.

Get to the root of the problem, rather than mask them with medication. Exercise, Eat a balanced diet,  remain at a healthy weight and from time to time go see your GP for regular physical examinations