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Do You Have Any Of These Symptoms They May Hide Something

Do You Have Any Of These Symptoms They May Hide Something

The human body is an amazing mechanism. It can send different ways, signs to indicate numerous health problems such as nutrient deficiencies! The key is to recognize symptoms and know to fill your nutrient requirements, including vitamins.

The symptoms indicating a deficiency in vitamins and how to fix it:

1. Cracks in the corners of the mouth
The most common causes of irritation to the corners of the lips known as angular cheilitis are:

- A deficiency of vitamins of group B (B3, B2 and B12)
- Certain diseases of the stomach with an increase in gastric acid secretion, which alters the mucosa of the lips
- An iron and zinc deficiency
- Anemia
- Streptococcal infections and staphylococcal
- Mushrooms (mainly Candida)
- Poor oral hygiene and poor sanitation
This irritation often affects people who talk a lot while moisturizing their lips with the tip of the tongue, people with diabetes and people who have a weak immune system.

How to cure it ?
Promote vote quinoa consumption, low fat cheese, spinach, asparagus, beans, legumes, peanuts and dried apricots. Also remember to combine kale and broccoli to provide a good dose of iron and vitamins.

Also avoid using cosmetics on your face may contain chemical substances causing allergic reactions, opt for organic and natural alternatives.

2. Red rashes on the face and / or excessive hair loss
Red bumps on the scalp or face flaking and a severe hair loss can signal vitamin B8 deficiency, also known as biotin name.

As for the hair loss, it can manifest following these following factors:

- Some people may lose their hair a few months after surgery or serious illness. This can occur due to an overproduction of stress hormones like cortisol.
- Thyroid Disorders
- The contraceptive pill
- During the three months after childbirth
- Some medications such as anticoagulants and drugs to treat gout, hypertension, heart disease and depression.
- Fungal skin infections can cause hair loss, especially in children.
- Some hairstyles as long braids and using tight hair rollers may also cause hair loss
- The use of chemical based hair care to change the texture of the hair, such as permanent, can cause inflammation in the hair follicles and lead to hair loss
- Heredity

How to cure it ?
Eat peanuts, almonds, chard, goat milk, yogurt (made from goat milk), tomatoes, carrots, onions, nuts, sesame seeds, bananas, avocados and fungi to fight against vitamin B8 deficiency.

Generally, in winter the skin quality deteriorated (in particular that of the face) due to very low temperatures. On the other hand, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis (eczema or atopic), rosacea, psoriasis, allergic contact dermatitis, cutaneous lupus erythematosus, among others, are common diseases and worse in winter.

3. red or white buttons like acne (on the cheeks, arms and hips)
Painful pimples under the skin of red or white can indicate hormonal imbalance and deficiency in essential fatty acids and vitamins A and D.

How to cure it ?
Consider increasing your intake of good fats (salmon), choose walnuts and flaxseed. In addition, consumption of green leafy vegetables, carrots and peppers rich in vitamin A could also be of great help.

4. The numbness of the hands, feet and other body parts or burning sensation
Numbness and tingling in hands, feet and other body parts can signal a lack of vitamins B6, B9, B12. Recall that depression, anxiety, anemia and fatigue can also be due to vitamin B6 and B12 deficiency.

How to cure it ?
Enhance the consumption of foods rich in vitamin B such as spinach, beets, asparagus, beets, beans and dairy products (goat milt).