8 Signs You're an Unhealthy Person

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Published on 06 Jan 2019 / In Health

How to know that it's time to promote your health? There are a lot of ways your body tells you whether you are healthy or not, although some of the signs might be less than obvious. Some of the most low-key body functions can really tell you how you’re doing with your health. Do you know, for example, that an overly large waist can put you at a higher risk for cardiovascular disease? Or that pimples on your chin can be a sign of digestive issues? Or that dark urine means your body is dehydrated?

TIMESTAMPS:
Your urine is dark 0:37
Your skin is blemished 1:35
You’re always catching colds 2:27
You don’t have any energy 3:17
You are losing too much hair 4:12
Your legs are swollen 5:04
You have a large waist 5:44
You’re constipated 6:44

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SUMMARY:
- Dark urine usually tells you that you’re dehydrated. In this situation, almost your entire body is affected. Your skin gets dry, your muscles might cramp, and you could experience a headache.
- The skin is the body’s largest organ. When the body wants to get rid of an irritant on the inside, it often uses the skin to eliminate it and alert you. That can look like psoriasis, acne, eczema, or other rashes.
- If you don’t get enough sunshine every day and have a poor diet, you might also suffer from a vitamin D deficiency.
- You might attribute low energy to a late night out, but if fatigue comes for no clear reason, you should look into common causes: a weakened immune system, dehydration, a cold or the flu, being anemic, and low blood sugar levels.
- If that’s you, you can rest assured that you’re still healthy! If there’s no clear reason for hair loss and your hairbrush suddenly seems to have taken half your hair with it, it can mean that you’re undergoing excessive stress levels. At that point, hair loss is called hair shedding.
- The retention of fluid in your legs can sometimes be a sign of problems within the circulatory system, the lymphatic system, or kidneys.
- This is because abdominal fat releases fatty agents and inflammatory hormones, which eventually increases your cholesterol, glucose, and blood pressure.
- Thyroid issues, lesions in your colon, and diabetes are common causes of chronic constipation. If you suspect an underlying condition, you should get a proper diagnosis from a doctor.

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