Our body, on both sides is amazing machine which is maintained by different factors including a daily diet, lifestyle and daily routine. It usually sends us different messages and they can help us to discover the state of our body.

We present you some extremely important messages which you have to recognize, since they can your life.

1. Urine

When you go to the bathroom in the morning you can discover more than pregnancy and inflammation signs. The urine can hold approximately 70% of the markers and by them you can learn more about your body condition. The smell and color of your urine is a very important indicator of your health. We give you the details:

– Color

By the urine color you can discover the hydration degree of your body. If it has a lighter color it means dehydration or worsened kidney functioning, which are responsible to clean your blood from dangerous toxins. When the body feels that it lacks water, you won’t urinate. Your urine will have darker color if you urinate less water.

– Urination frequency

If you are urinating too often it can mean that there is a possibility of some (not) dangerous problems, such as diabetes or excessive coffee or alcohol consumption, weakened muscles or pregnancy. In addition to the bad problem of ‘stress incontinence’ which is loss of urine because of laughing, coughing, sneezing or different physical activities. you can do the Kegel exercises’– for a contraction of the pelvis muscle.
“Changes in the color, smell, or density of urine can show the state of the body and can provide early disease warnings”.

– Smell

The urine smell can be different and this depends on the food we eat and the example with asparagus is the best, because eating asparagus can affect our body because it intensifies the body fluids smell. However, if you do not experience other symptoms for warning like dense and dark urine, you should not be worried about the smell.

– Blood in the urine

Urine blood is very worrying sign of a certain urinary disease or a kidneys disease. One of the most common causes are kidney stones that go through the urethra and cause mucosa damage and bleeding. If you notice that, you should make a diagnostic evaluation.

To maintain your urinary organs healthy you simply need to have a diet full of vegetables and fruits, regular physical activity and proper water intake. You should not be thirsty, because that is a sign that your body is already in dehydrated.

2. Teeth

It is important to control your gums and teeth health, by regularly visiting the dentist. This can help you to learn more about your state. Specifically, oral cavity changes may be the first indicator of diseases which affect your lungs, heart, gastrointestinal tract or different body parts. You should not ignore all changes in your gums and teeth. You should seek for help.

3. Bleeding gums and inflammation

If your gums bleed and are inflamed when you brush your teeth, it is probable that you have diabetes or a gum disease. Actually, different studies have proven that people who have diabetes can develop gum disease more easily, compared to people who do have diabetes.

Gum disease happens because of a bacterial infection. Gums can be sensitive to microorganisms and bacteria that are present in the oral cavity. Different studies have proven that proper oral hygiene is not a sign that your gums are going to be resistant. However, the chances of complications or developing a disease will be decreased.

4. Teeth cracks

They are part of the process of aging and of acid reflux as well. When you have acid reflux, the acid from your stomach will begin to go back into the esophagus and you will have heartburn symptoms.

Stomach acid or chronic reflux are able to cause damage to the teeth enamel. They can become sensitive or weaker and that is why they are easy to crack. Stomach acid is able to cause faster aging and deterioration of your teeth.

5. Chronic mouth wounds

In some cases it can be normal. The reason can be because you bit your lips. However, if the wounds do not heal in 2 weeks, you have to make a visit to the dentist. This may not mean that something dangerous is happening, but in the most severe cases there is a chance that it is oral cavity cancer.

Studies have proven that every year there is increased number of people who suffer from oral cavity cancer and smokers who are at a higher risk. The worst part is that the number of people who survive oral cancer is pretty low. That is why it is very important to check your mouth regularly, and if you have cancer you will detect in on time.

6. Loosened teeth and gum withdrawal

If you visit the dentist you can see if you have osteoporosis. Looseness, gum recession, falling teeth are the first osteoporosis signs. It is a disease which is very common among women that are 50+.

It can hard to recognize since it does not happens suddenly. The symptoms are very subtle until the bones are brittle and very weak. However, the dentist can notice the first teeth symptoms, and you will be able to stop osteoporosis from becoming worse.

7. Soreness of the gums and plaque

The question is: is the plague which builds up in the teeth just like the plague which can cause a stroke or a heart attack? Studies have proven that gum inflammation can be a reason for a heart disease. Mouth bacteria will enter into the bloodstream and this can cause blood clots formation and arteries thickening as well.

You dentist can help you with your routine and you have to do regular checks. Your dentist can recognize all infections on time and you will get the recommended steps that will help you to heal the gum soreness and reduce the dental plague accumulation.

8. Weight

Weight loss or weight gain is a phenomenon which occurs to a lot of people and this depends from the diet, lifestyle and stress. However, you should not avoid a significant and sudden weight gain or weight loss.

Gaining weight in a very short period of time can mean that you have thyroid problems or hormonal imbalance, kidney problems, water retention or heart problems or pregnancy. This also applies for sudden weight loss.

9. Skin

The largest organ which is exposed to external influences is our skin. So, that’s why it is important to notice and see all changes which occur on the surface of the skin. Before you apply a lotion and after you shower, you have to monitor your skin on all places.

If you see significant changes including new growths, color changes, dark moles or spots, you should visit a dermatologist and make a check. Your dermatologist will easily inspect you and this can prevent different diseases such as melanoma.

10. Nails

Your nails are an elegant decoration for the hands, but the nail function is even more important. Big and small hand changes on your toes and hands can indicate different diseases.

11. Pale nails

If there are changes in the brightness of your nails it can mean a light nail injury or an injury of the tissue which is located under the nail. However, this change can also indicate anemia and red blood cells deficiency that indicates that you should make a blood test.

Anemia happens because of iron deficiency in the blood and that is why it is important to make a change in your diet and eat more leafy vegetables, beans and beetroot.

12. Thin, brittle and separate nails

Even though brittle and thin nails can occur because of calcium deficiency or genetics, all of these changes can be related to irregular work of the thyroid. The thyroid gland is located in the neck, and regulates the metabolism, growth and energy.

A small secretion of hormones can cause excessive hair loss, extremely fragile and thin nails, slow nail growth and nail separation. If you see some of these changes, you have to visit a doctor, and check the thyroid state with a simple blood test.

13. Thickened and yellow nails

Nails thickening usually happen on the toes, and afterwards there is the yellowing. This happens because of fungal disease which usually extends to the entire nail surface.

Classic creams and coatings are not very effective since this is a disease which happens beneath and within the nail and that is why these funds are hard or impossible to absorb in the nail wall. In order to eliminate all these unsightly changes you should seek for a medical advice and take the recommended anti-fungal pills.

14. White nail lines

The horizontal white line that is across the nail width that appears in different fingers are also called Muehrcke lines, and they can mean that there is deficiency of proteins and other nutrients, or liver abnormalities and kidney disease.
In case of these changes, you should eat more proteins. Visit a doctor if the situation is worsened.

15. Bruised nails

If you have blue-bruised color under the nail surface it means that the body needs and lacks oxygen. This can cause a respiratory tract disease or disease of the cardiovascular system. If you have bruises under your nail it can mean exposure to low temperatures or a poor circulation. However in case of a significant change you have to visit a doctor.