Listening to your body is very important, because every change is actually a message. And since the signs can be different, you need to really know your body and recognize every change that might be a sign of a certain problem. Here is what you need to pay attention to.
If your hair is turning gray in your 30s, it can be a sign of diabetes, especially if it runs in your family. If 50% of your hair is grey until you turn 40, you should visit your doctor to rule out this possibility.
While red #palms may indicate liver problems or an allergy to foods and drinks, chapped lips indicate zinc and vitamin B deficiency. Although chapped lips usually happen due to a change in wind or temperature, if this problem persists, you should visit your doctor.
Although birthmarks carry little significance, not all marks are equally benign, especially those that appear as a result of overexposure to sun. As soon as you see a change in the appearance of a mole, visit a doctor. A sudden change in color or texture of your nails can also indicate different #health problems so you should take them seriously.
If your eye white is not white even if you get enough sleep, then you should take a good look at it – if you see yellow instead of white, you should have your liver checked, but if you see red, you might be suffering from hypertension.