Noticed That Your Feet Became Different? Check Out These 6 Most Common Feet Problems To Make Sure You Don’t Have A Serious Disease

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We all know that your hands can not only tell our future but about our health too. But did you know that our feet can actually do the same and they should not be underestimated?

Nexter.org brings you a list of the most common and the most important symptoms, through which your feel try to warn us.

Cold feet

Source: The Ski Diva

This one is a very common thing and doesn’t mean something bad right away. But if you get cold feet often and for no obvious reason, this might mean that you have thyroid dysfunction.

Low activity of thyroid may be connected with excessive homocysteine, which in its turn can be connected with poor blood circulation, and heart disease.

Long-term sores

Source: David Wolfe

Permanent sores on your feet that do not heal for a long time and look like a wound is a symptom of diabetes and these things are called diabetic ulcers. If you don’t treat those, it will lead to very dangerous consequences, the worse one is amputation.

Koilonychia or sunken toenails

Source: WebMD

If you notice that your nails became extremely thin, lost their convexity and look more like a spoon – it is a nail disease called koilonychia.

The lack of iron in your body is one of the main reasons for this to happen. It also causes headaches, pale skin, chest pain, fatigue and many other problems.

Hairless feet

Source: Posting Space

Most of us have hair on the feet and toes and if you notice you don’t have those anymore, this might be a symptom of circulation problems. Cardiovascular disease, like arteriosclerosis, makes your arteries harder and because of this, your heart can’t effectively pump the blood.

Yellow toenails

Source: Thrombocytes

If you see that your toenails became thicker and yellow – that’s a fungal infection. The main reason for it is bad personal hygiene or walking barefoot in public places. Also, if you wear shoes in which your feet sweat a lot, as well as just sweaty socks for a long time, all of these lead to fungal infection.

Deformed feet

Source: Triad Foot & Ankle Center

If you notice that your feet deform with time and also you experience severe pain on the sides of your toes this might mean you have a gout. In other words, you have more uric acid in your body than you’re supposed to and it builds up around joints and forms uric crystals.

The main reason of the gout is dehydration. So, you’d better start drinking more water immediately. If you don’t treat this, it can permanently damage your joints.

I hope you are not suffering from any of those horrible things above, but if you notice anything like this, contact your doctor as soon as possible.

 

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