When The Body Asks For Help- 10 Important Signs That You Can Not Ignore!


The human body is a perfect mechanism, where millions of processes happen simultaneously, the processes are perfectly synchronized and connected. But when something disrupts the normal functioning, the body is giving us certain signal, asking for help.

Here are the signs you should never ignore:

Dry skin
It may mean that the body lacks vitamin E, so just increase intake of food rich in this vitamin-like nuts, oily fish or vegetable oils.
Gum Disease: Rheumatoid Arthritis
Deficiency of vitamin C can cause gums to bleed, so eat more fruits.
People with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are eight times more likely to have gum disease than people without this autoimmune disease.

Brittle nails and hair
This happens when the body lacks vitamin B and calcium, so consume more legumes, potatoes, wheat germ and milk with whole grains.

Dry elbow skin
Lack of vitamins A and C can surface as a dry skin on your elbows. Have more fruits and vegetable, especially apricots, pumpkin and carrots.

Desire for raw food
Symptoms of some liver condition or gastritis. Raw foods reduce cramps and soothe the upset stomach.

Poor sleep, irritability, leg cramps

These signs show magnesium and potassium deficiency. Magnesium-rich foods include nuts, like linseed, sunflower, and almonds.

Cravings for salty food

This is a sign of an inflammation or infection in the body, in particular, in the urogenital system.

Leg cramps, poor sleep, anxiety

Possible signs of potassium and magnesium deficiency. Improve the intake of nuts (almonds, sunflower, and linseed) for magnesium and green leafy veggies for potassium (like spinach, chard or kale), as well as plums, apricots and red beet for both trace elements.

Risen desire for sweets

This is a potential symptom of nervous exhaustion, and the body needs glucose for energy. Eat dark chocolate or honey to prevent gastrointestinal problems.

Craving for sour food
The body may need sour food to stimulate the functioning of the liver and the gallbladder. Consume more lemons and cranberries.


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