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10 Ways Your Body May Be Telling You Something’s Wrong

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The first symptom annoys me
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I used to love chewing ice when I was a teenager :/
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I chewed crushed ice a lot before I was diagnosed of severe anemia. It’s so weird, I couldn’t get enough of it, that I’d freeze water to make ice and chewed ice all day. I don’t anymore.
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Yearly check-up and you are all set ;)
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I'm under 30 and I hardly ever go to for a check up... Maybe I should start after all :/
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My ex had high cholesterol levels and he was later told that this slight change in his eye color was because of that.
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my sister chews ice all 12 months
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I sometimes also notice that I'm really aggressive and angry to people around me. But I feel it's because I'm just really exhausted sometimes and need some rest..
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when I go to sleep, by heel starts scathing.. what could this be?
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it can be because of the stress.. drink some chamomile tea before you go to bed, it can help
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SO curious to know that chewing ice could mean something different than just chewing
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I did that, too. Chewing ice is a sign of iron deficiency, that’s what my MD told me. My blood test showed my iron is lower than normal and chewing is a subconscious thing you do to keep yourself alert. I’m severely anemic, too, and I still see my MD to raise my red blood cells count. I cannot donate blood due to this.
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I think it would be hard to know if you're eyes change color and therefore know you have a cholesterol issue
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Maybe not that hard, if you use makeup you can easily notice it ?
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Well in my case I don't use makeup haha
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Put your hand up, palm toward you. Bend your fingers a little. If the ends of your fingernails are wavy or just don't look right, you may have a weak Immune System. I learned this during "Agressive" Chemo and Radiation for Breast Cancer.
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divits in fingernails , peeling thin or discoloration in nails are usually signs of health issues such as iron deficiency or as serious as melanoma..
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My body is not working today
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Most of these things written here 🤔happen to me ❤but not number 6 and 7 ....
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