Have you experienced occasional pains on different parts of your body? Maybe, this signifies something like an illness, perhaps. This might endanger your life and you are ignoring them. That’s why we have a list of body signs that tell you something which you shouldn’t ignore.

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CHEST ACHE

Surprisingly, there are over 30 reasons why you are experiencing chest pains. Examples are heartburns and a heart attack.

So, don’t take it from granted if you are suffering from shortness of breath, fatigue, cold sweats, an irregular or fast pulse. If you’re concerned about the pain, visit an emergency department.

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TIREDNESS

There is often a reason why you’re tired at some point in the day. It could’ve been that you haven’t had a goodnight sleep, you are busy with something or you are stressed out.

So, if you are curious about you being tired, you might want to look into a possible nutritional imbalance and thyroid problem. It might be better for you to ask your general physician.

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MIGRAINE

Headaches probably tell you something too. But for some people, instead of tackling the cause of their headaches, they tend to take painkillers!

Causes of headaches maybe dehydration, stress, nutritional deficiencies and lack of sleep. Take time to relax!

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IRREGULAR BOWEL MOVEMENT

It’s been a misunderstanding that to have a regular bowel movement, it means you must go every day. But that’s not the case for every person. Medical professionals say that fewer than three per week is irregular.

So, if what you say is “regular” changes, consult your doctor.

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UNEXPECTED WEIGHT LOSS

For some, this would be a great thing, but this might be a serious health problem. Losing weight without intending to do so will be a major problem and you need to visit your doctor!

You might be suffering from diabetes, a viral infection, a bowel disease, depression, and many other illnesses.

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MOLES AND FRECKLES

I know that moles and freckles are normal things but, it may not be as normal as you may think. An unusual spot that’s irregular or brown, may contain melanoma.

If you are unsure, check the color, change in its appearance, and unevenness of it.

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THINNING OF HAIR

Male’s baldness is not something to phone to a doctor. But for females, thinning of hair can be a serious case.

An autoimmune disease or nutritional deficiency are just some of the causes of thinning hair. Others are maybe from wearing your tight hairdo, using too many chemical-rich products, and overtreating it.

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SNORING

While some think that snoring means someone is having a goodnight sleep, this can also mean a health condition.

This might cause heart disease due to reduced amount of oxygen your body gets. Maybe sleep apnoea is one to blame, and you might need to lose some weight.

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SKIN BREAKOUTS

Skin is the largest organ in our body. It could be a nightmare if you don’t care it properly.

You should listen to your body especially if you are suffering from ongoing acne, rashes, eczema, or other skin conditions! It could mean that you are stressed, nutritional deficient and allergic with something.

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THIRSTINESS

Professionals recommend drinking water at least 2 liters a day. But, what does it mean if you drink more than that?

This can mean that you have heart and kidney problems, as well as type 2 diabetes.

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DRY AND CRACKING LIPS

Do you keep having cracks in your lips? Before covering them with lip balm, have you ever wondered what’s the cause?

This may signify that you lack vitamins B, which can lead to anemia and related conditions.

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Instead of masking them with temporary medications, you have to know what causing the problems. In this way, you can live longer and healthier than you used too. Eat balanced diet and exercise regularly!

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