What Your Nails Are Telling You About Your Health

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Friday, March 23, 2018

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Your nails can be remarkably revelatory in revealing tips about your overall health. Organ issues and more can often manifest as a discoloration, odd texture, bleaching or reddening of the nails. If you identify any of these following nail-bed anomalies, contact your primary care physician.

What Your Nails Are Telling You About Your Health

Overly pale nails can be a sign of anemia, congestive heart failure, liver disease, or malnutrition. If your colorless fingertips are accompanied by weakness, chest pains or dizziness, contact your doctor.

Very dark lines appearing beneath your nails can be a result of serious skin disorders. These lines can be cause for alarm in certain folks and should be checked out by a primary care doctor as soon as possible.

Discolored nails that appear yellowish are most often a result of a fungal infection or, in very rare cases, a more serious condition. If the infection is allowed to worsen, the nail bed may retract, and nails may thicken and crumble.

Textured or rippled nails can be an early sign of psoriasis or inflammatory arthritis. If your nails develop deep, rolling ridges, contact your physician at once.

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