Our body is a true mechanism that has unique ways of informing us what is going on inside. Sometimes we fail to give our body all the essential nutrients it needs so some of the vital processes are somehow ruined. This is when the body starts sending the alarms and all you need to do is notice and react on time.
Cracks in the corner of the mouth
Some of the most common causes of red cracks in the corner of the mouth is lack of vitamins from B group, zinc deficiency, stomach disorders with increased secretion of gastric acid, anemia caused by iron deficiency, bacterial infections caused by various bacteria, as well as fungal infections. These kinds of wounds can appear in people that don’t take proper care of oral cavity, people that talk a lot licking this part of the mouth and it is also common in people that suffer from diabetes because their immune system is with lower capacity.
To solve the problem add quinoa, spinach, peanuts, apricots, asparagus, broccoli, kale, seeds and legumes to your daily menu. Take good care of your skin and lips and avoid licking the corners on wind and cold weather because it can cause further complications. The cracks on the corner of the mouth also may appear as an allergic reaction to cosmetics that you recently started using.
Red flaky rash on the skin followed with hair loss
If you notice red rashes that are followed with flakes on the hairline and on the forehead, you probably lack biotin. This is more serious during winter when the skin condition becomes worse. Diseases that are manifested with these symptoms are seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, rosacea, psoriasis etc. some of this diseases are followed with hair loss but it can also be caused by a lot of other factors. Hair may fall in large amounts after surgery, after giving birth, hormonal misbalance, diseases of thyroid glands. Some kind of yeast infections as well as use of various medications, or even as a following symptom of various diseases and cosmetic treatments can cause serious hair loss.
If you are sure that these symptoms are a result of lack of biotin in your organism than you need to enrich your nutrition with peanuts, almonds, walnuts, chard, carrot, tomato, onion, milk, banana, avocado, sesame seeds and mushrooms. This will increase the level of biotin in your organism and solve the problem of rashes and hair loss.
Red or white skin pimples similar to acne
If you notice red pimples that are deep under the skin and are painful, you are dealing with hormonal misbalance or lack of essential fatty acids, or vitamins A or D. you need to increase intake of healthy fats that nuts or seeds contain, as well as eat more leafy green vegetables, peppers, carrots, milk and dairy products.
Numbness or burning sensations in the arms or feet
The feeling of numbness and the feeling of burning sensations as well as temporary loss of feeling in the arms or feet may be certain sigh that you lack vitamin B 9 and B6 and B 12. Lack of these vitamins causes problems in the peripheral nervous system that lead to these disorders, but they are also manifested with anxiety, depression, tiredness and anemia. If you lack these vitamins of the B group add spinach, asparagus, beetroot, legumes and dairy products in your nutrition. Numbness in arms and feet can be a side effect of various medications, and also appears in smokers.
If you feel these symptoms for longer and you are not sure what causes them then it is recommended to visit a doctor. You must see expert if these symptoms are followed with pain in the neck and fingers, rashes, it the numbness increases if you walk, if you feel that you cant move, it you lose conscious, ability to speak and see, you don’t have coordination or suffered head injury before the symptoms occurred.
Muscle cramps followed with stabbing pain
Muscle cramps that are followed by stabbing pain are a symptom of magnesium, calcium, or potassium deficiency. It appears frequently the lack of these essential minerals is chronic and it can’t be solved with a healthy diet. If you deal with muscle cramps add nettle, algae, leafy green vegetables, nuts, cereal, seeds, cherries, apples, and grapefruit.