7 Common Nail Conditions Linked to Serious Diseases That You Shouldn't Ignore - HEALTYMON - healty exercise

Saturday, June 29, 2019

7 Common Nail Conditions Linked to Serious Diseases That You Shouldn't Ignore

1-SEPARATED QUOTES

- Vitamin C and protein deficiency.
- If broken nails are seen with cavities at the bottom of the nail, this is a symptom of psoriasis. Psoriasis starts at 10 percent of the nails.
- Broken nails can also be an indication of nutritional deficiency . 

2-DRY AND THIN NAILS

- Thyroid disease-causes thinning of the nails. Dry nails are easily broken and separated.
- Fungal problems make your nails dry or damp. Both thyroid and fungal problems take a long time to cure.

3-protrusions

- Iron deficiency arthritis t
- Lupus (red lines at the bottom of the nail). They can be a sign of health, not just a protrusion.

4-THICK NAILS

- Thick and hard surface shows fungal infection.
- Thick and separated nails may indicate thyroid or psoriasis.
- Thicker than normal nails may also indicate circulatory problems.

5-COLORLESS NAILS

- Green fingernails are indicative of bacterial infection.
- Red lines can be signs of a heart valve infection.
- Bluish fingernails indicate low levels of oxygen in the blood.
- Fingernails are a sign of vitamin deficiency.  
- White nails are a symptom of liver diseases.t dark strips are linked to aging and heart failure.

6 - PIT (SPOON) NAILS

 Iron deficiency anemia
- Hemochromatosis (iron that occur with liver disease the liver is the body holding more)
- Heart diseases
- Hypothyroidism.

7-HOLLOW NAILS

 Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss.) 
- Lack of zinc (usually in the form of a long line in the middle of your nails).

8-TUBER SHAPED NAILS

- Lung diseases (especially those who have difficulty breathing)
- Inflammatory bowel diseases
 What are the symptoms of liver cancer?
- It's seen in aides.