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We ignore what our bodies are telling us all of the time. We think that we’re invincible, and often convince ourselves that anything that might be wrong is just an issue that’s going to go away quicker than it started. But these are the things that we should be challenging, not ignoring. Our bodies are speaking volumes to us; all we have to do is make sure we listen. From the simple things like how our hair is growing, to the color of our skin, it all means something in terms of your health. So, here are a few things that you might have been ignoring that we really think you should not be. Here are just a few of them.
Your eyes are one of the most important parts of your body; yet you may not think of them this way. For example, those with low vision tend to ignore the problem until it gets worse and worse, when a few simple treatments right away might be the better option. From glasses to a cataract surgery, there are plenty of things that can be done. Not doing anything puts a massive strain on your eyes, which will then lead to things, such as headaches, migraines, and even muscle strain. The pain you can get from all three of these is horrendous, so you’re best off being proactive if you notice a problem with your eyesight, such as blurry vision. However, it could be something much more serious than your sight deteriorating. It could be something such as a tumor growing in the brain or lifelong conditions, such as glaucoma.
We value our skin and the way it looks. Or at least we should do. Our skin can often become neglected–from not keeping it hydrated by drinking the right amount of water each day, to forgetting to take our makeup off before bed. But the signs our skin can show us can be a problem much more serious than a few spots breaking out. If you’re noticing that your skin is turning yellow, along with the inside of your eyes turning pale, you’re probably having an issue with your liver. Don’t jump to conclusions; it could be something so minor. But make sure you get it checked out right away. The same is true if you notice moles changing in size or shape or any spots on your skin. A dermatologist can do a body check and see if he or she thinks any more testing is necessary.
We as humans are tired people. There are those that jump around and seem to have so much energy, but the majority of us just aren’t them. That’s because we’re not giving our bodies what it needs to be able to live a normal and happy life. To do so, you really need around 8-9 hours sleep minimum, 5 servings of fruits and veggies a day, and to keep yourself hydrated with around 8 cups of water each day to make sure you’re feeling as fresh as possible.
What signs do you look for in your body?Tags: women's health