There’s no doubt that poor health exists in our world. The food we eat and lack of exercise doesn’t help. There are so many health problems and disease. Obesity also seems more common now than it ever was.If you feel great and healthy you may be totally fine, and you probably are. Bad health usually shows itself in a variety of symptoms.
If you are tired way more often than you should be, this could be a sign that something is wrong. Be sure you are eating properly and getting enough rest. If you’re still exhausted, you may have a thyroid problem or lacking iron in your diet. Lack of iron can lead to anemia so get checked out right away if you think you’re headed down that road.
If you get sick all the time your immune system must be weak. Getting plenty of vitamin C (mangel på vitamin) in your diet should help with this. Wash your hands often and eat properly.If you still can’t kick it, you may need an prescription to clear up your cold.
If the color of your urine seems to be off it could be a sign of a kidney or bladder problem. Dark colored urine is a sign of kidney trouble. If your urine has blood in it this is a warning for bladder problems. In addition to that other symptoms can include painful urination and loss of bladder control.
Chest pain or discomfort could be a sign of heart or lung problems. Coughing and shortness of breath can accompany this. Get to the doctor or emergency room right away if you are having these symptoms. You may be a candidate for a heart attack or pneumonia.
Nausea, heartburn, acid reflux, constipation and diarrhea are just a few symptoms that can signal digestive problems.
Obesity can start early in life. Some are more prone to it than others. This can lead to life-long health problems. Heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure are a few of the problems that can come from it.
As always, if you are experiencing any unusual symptoms, are extremely tired or if you often have extreme pain, get checked out right away. Don’t take a chance. It could mean your life or more series health problems.