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Warning signs that you are not healthy #2

Our body gives us so many signs that We are not that healthy as we think. And I just realized that thinking that you’re healthy and being healthy are totally different. Also everyone don’t have an apple a day to keep doctor away even though you are keeping doctor away, you should really read this whole post.

What do you think about being healthy? Having flat stomach and getting lean like celebrates? Yes, people with flat stomach and thin bodies are healthy but that doesn’t mean these are necessary for good health.

The official definition of health – “a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” – WHO world health organization.

We have already discussed above things in our post Warning signs that you are not healthy #1. Now let’s jump in to the post.

Physical, Mental and social all these factors involves when it comes to health. So when it comes to health every single matter counts.

Your body gives you few signs about your health some of them are good and few of them aren’t so let’s look what are they.

#1. snoring.


Snoring is often associated with a sleep disorder called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Not all snorers have OSA


  • Witnessed breathing pauses during sleep
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Morning headaches
  • Sore throat upon awakening
  • Restless sleep
  • Gasping or choking at night
  • High blood pressure
  • Chest pain at night
  • Your snoring is so loud it’s disrupting your partner’s sleep
  • In children, poor attention span, behavioral issues or poor performance in school.


  • Your mouth anatomy
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Nasal problems
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Sleep position


  • loosing weight if you are overweight.
  • Use nasal strips or an external nasal dilator.
  • limit or totally avoid alcohol .
  • quit smoking.
  • Raise up the head of your bed.

#2 Can’t sleep.

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It’s one thing to have trouble falling asleep when you just aren’t tired, but if you can’t get any rest despite feeling exhausted, it’s worth bringing up with your doctor. Insomnia is an under-identified problem that signals sub-optimal health.


  • difficulty falling or staying asleep and not feeling well-rested.


  • Set a regular bedtime.
  • exercise
  • Get some sunlight. (totally free of cost)

#3 Numbness

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Numbness in the face, arms or legs can be a very serious signal, especially if the feeling is on one side of the body, as this could indicate a stroke. This symptom may be accompanied by sudden confusion, difficulty speaking or understanding, as well as blurred vision.

Numbness is also associated with several other illnesses, including Lyme disease, Guillain-Barre syndrome and diabetes, and a herniated disk. No matter what the cause, numbness should always be investigated, and if it is accompanied by other symptoms of a stroke, call an ambulance immediately.

(“To be honest, I literally get numbness on my nose while I eat something spice. Am I the only one to experience that? please comment.”)


  • Changing positions may relieve the uncomfortable feeling of pins and needles. Avoiding positions that put significant pressure on just one area of the body may also help.

See a doctor immediately if you:

  • experience weakness or loss of movement.
  • Have symptoms that don’t go away or get worse.

#4 Bad breath.

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Bad breath

Bad breath—or halitosis—is the most common reason for dental referrals, after tooth decay and gum disease, according to a review of studies published in 2018 in The Open Dentistry Journal. Sometimes bad breath is a sign of something more serious. 


  • Bacteria on teeth and tongue.
  • poor brushing.
  • In some cases, sinusitis, bronchitis, tonsillitis, and some gastrointestinal issues can also trigger bad breath.


  • Brushing teeth and tongue after eating, flossing at least once a day and replacing toothbrushes regularly may improve bad breath. Avoiding foods known to cause bad breath, such as onions and garlic, may also help.

See a doctor if you:

  • Also develop a fever or nasal discharge with pus.
  • Get mouth sores that can be seen or felt.
  • Still have bad breath after self-treatment.
  • Also experience heartburn or chest pain.

#5 You’re losing a lot of hair.

Shedding between 50 and 100 strands of hair per day is totally normal. People typically lose 50 to 100 hairs a day. This usually isn’t noticeable because new hair is growing in at the same time. Hair loss occurs when new hair doesn’t replace the hair that has fallen out.

Hair loss can be a normal consequence of aging, heredity—especially for men—or hormone changes, but it can also result from medical conditions, scalp infections, thyroid disorders, immune disorders, and sudden traumatic events. Certain medicines can cause hair loss including some for cancer, arthritis, high blood pressure, or heart disease.


  • Gradual thinning on top of head. 
  • Circular or patchy bald spots
  • Sudden loosening of hair
  • Patches of scaling that spread over the scalp.


  • Family history (heredity)
  • Hormonal changes and medical conditions.
  • A very stressful event
  • Hairstyles and treatments.


  • Be gentle with your hair.
  • protect hair from sunlight or ultraviolet light.
  • Quit smoking.
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I hope you guys may like this information, Thank you for reading and here’s my previous post I hope you may like that too Myth’s that you still believe! and the real truth.

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