Wednesday, May 31, 2017

10 Important Signals Your Body Sends You That You Can’t Ignore

The body is constructed with of several systems like nervous, respiratory, digestive, urinary, lymphatic, immune, circulatory, etc. which operate different methods at the same time. Even though they look as totally self-governing, these methods normally interpose with each other. Consequently, if there's only one barred process, the body shows symptoms that there is something wrong.

However, these signals are usually ignored and not taken seriously by most people. If we pay a little attention to our body and what it tries to tell us we could prevent and treat many health issues.

Here are the 10 most important signals that you usually ignore:

10 Signals that You Ignore

1. Cravings for Salty Food

Any typical hunger for salty food, normally means that your body undergoes from some infection or inflammation, especially in the urogenital (both urinary and genital organs) system.

2. Cravings for Sweet Food

A common instant urge for sweets is usually a sign of nervous exhaustion because in this case, the body requires glucose in order to get energy.

3. Cravings for Sour Food

This type of cravings signals that there is something incorrect with the function of the liver and the gallbladder. By absorbing sour food an extra stimulation is provided to these organs.

4. Cravings for Raw Food

Liver and gastritis problems are regularly indicated by raw food cravings because this type of food has the ability to soothe and relieve the upset belly, and also alleviate and eliminate cramps.

5. Cravings for Seafood

Lack of iodine in the body is usually shown by cravings for seafood due to plenty of iodine levels in these foods.

6. Lack of Sleep and Moodiness

These two conditions often indicate low levels of magnesium and potassium in the body which are very important for the body’s proper function. You can increase the levels of magnesium by consuming nuts, sunflower, and linseed, and the levels of potassium by consuming spinach, chard, and apricots.

7. Dry Elbow Skin

If your body lacks vitamin A and vitamin D it usually shows the deficiency through the dry skin on the elbows. Therefore, eat more vegetables and fruits that abound with these vitamins, such as pumpkin, oranges, and carrots.

8. Dry Skin

When your skin is dry in general, not only certain parts, it means that you lack vitamin E. In order to improve the levels of vitamin E increase the intake of nuts, oily fish, and vegetable oils.

9. Fragile Hair and Nails

Lack of calcium and vitamin D often affect the condition of the hair and nails making them fragile and easily breakable. Thus, eat more potatoes, legumes, whole grains, wheat germ, and milk so that you improve calcium and vitamin D levels.

10. Bleeding Gums

If your gums bleed while brushing your teeth, it means that your body lack vitamin C. Therefore, stop this condition by eating more fruits and vegetables that are packed with vitamin C, especially garlic.