Your Skin – Your Health

Your skin - your health

The most important protective barrier for your body, which protects you from all kinds of external pests, is your skin. It can be described as the largest organ in your body. Your skin and your health, in order to take care of them, you need to learn how to care for them and how to recognize the signs that indicate their poor condition. Read the article below and you will learn how to read the alarming signals sent through your skin.

Discover what your skin says

Your skin can indicate many ailments. Appearance – dry and dull, may be a sign of insufficient hydration or a poor diet. If you don’t drink enough water or if you don’t provide your body with essential nutrients, your skin won’t look blooming.

Lack of sufficient amount of fluid in the body is an easy problem to solve. However, there are also much more serious abnormalities that your skin can indicate. A very pale appearance of the skin usually indicates anemia. If you get itchy all over your body there are several possible causes including kidney problems, liver failure, thyroid changes, diabetes etc. Also, using different creams or ointments can cause skin reactions that cause severe itching. Dietary supplements are other products that cause allergic itching.

Other symptoms

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Very dry skin, if not typical of you, indicates thyroid related changes, especially hypothyroidism. On the other hand, if your skin sweats a lot, it could be a symptom of an overactive thyroid gland.

If your skin is red for no apparent reason, it could be a sign of rosacea or some other lesion, such as one that is characterized by the fact that it creates butterfly-winged reddening on your skin. This change our name – lupus erythematosus. If your skin turns dark and the “tan” is not the result of sunlight, it could be caused by an excess of iron in your body or a condition called Addison’s Disease.

Bluish skin, may indicate cyanosis. This means that too little oxygen is being delivered to the blood. This could be due to lung problems, heart problems, or circulation problems in the lower extremities (if your toes are blue in color). Yellowish skin is a sign of liver changes, e.g. hepatitis.

When your doctor recommends medications, it’s important to be familiar with the possible side effects. Each medicine has a leaflet that lists all the side effects it may or may not have, because each body is different and reacts differently to the same medicine.

So, if you are sure that the changes in your skin are not caused by the drug, it is best to contact your doctor. It is important to first go to a dermatologist who will decide whether dermatological treatment will be needed in a given case, or rather the symptoms indicate a different type of disorder, not related to the skin, and then he will refer you to another specialist doctor.

Remember!

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The information in this article should not scare you. Remember that one symptom is not a disease. Calmly analyze whether your skin discoloration is caused by medication or a major problem.

If you notice frequent changes in the color of your skin, it is for unexplained reasons and additionally you notice other disturbing symptoms, do not hesitate to contact your doctor. Proper diagnosis and treatment in the early stages of the disease is always the best option.

Your skin says a lot. So give her as much attention as she actually deserves. It will pay off. Also, don’t forget that the best way to keep your skin in good condition is to have a proper diet and adequate fluid intake every day. Thanks to them, you will be able to boast beautiful and radiant skin. Also remember to use creams that will nourish it and make it look beautiful.

 

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