11 Danger Signals Your Feet Tell You

Wednesday 5 August 2015

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Our feet are one of the most overlooked parts of our body. We tend to brush aside many feet problems, thinking they are something minor. Do you know feet symptoms can be an indicator of serious health conditions?

Take a careful look at your feet now. Do you notice any of these abnormal signs? If yes, they could be symptoms for potentially serious diseases and you should quickly do something about them before it's too late. Here is the list..

1. Cold Feet
The constant feeling of cold in your feet that makes you wear socks day and night, regardless of weather. Do you also suffer from hair loss, fatigue, weight gain, moodiness and dry skin?

Potential condition:
Hypothyroidism, where your thyroid gland is not producing enough hormones to keep your body cells functioning normally.

2. Frequent Cramps
Pins and needles feelings, or severe muscle contractions in calves or toes.

Potential condition:
Potassium, calcium and magnesium deficiencies.
Blood circulation problems.
Nerve damage caused by diabetes.

3. Painful Large Toe
Acute pain at the big toe that wakes you up at night.

Potential condition:
Gout, when there's too much uric acid in your body. Avoid high-purine foods like tomatoes and anchovies.

4. Pain at the Heel
Sharp shooting pain at your heel every time your foot touches the ground.

Potential condition:
Plantar fasciitis, where the ligament supporting your foot arch is strained and inflamed, possibly caused by excessive walking on hard surfaces and wearing worn-out shoes with poor arch support.

5. Stubborn Sores
Sores that begin as a minor cut or blister that do not heal.

Potential condition:
Peripheral arterial disease, which results from poor blood circulation.

6. Numbness
When you poke your feet with something sharp, there could be no sensation.

Potential condition:
Peripheral neuropathy caused by diabetes, chemotherapy or alcoholism.

7. Burning Feet

Potential condition:
Diabetes with peripheral nerve damage.
Vitamin B deficiency.
Chronic kidney disease.

8. Itchy, Peeling Skin
Potential condition:
Eczema or psoriasis.
Athlete's foot caused by fungal condition.

9. Hairless Feet and Toes
Hair on your toes indicates that you are getting enough blood circulation. Bald toes could bring bad news.

Potential condition:
Insufficient blood being pumped into your extremities, which suggest heart disease.

10. Abnormally-shaped Toe Nails
Potential condition:
Whitish nails can be caused by injury, infection or psoriasis, liver disease, heart problems or diabetes.
Pitting or yellowing nails - psoriasis.
Spoon-shaped or concave nails - anaemia.
Clubbed nails (curve downwards at the ends) - lung disease, heart disease or gastrointestinal problems.

11. Swollen Feet
Potential condition:
Water retention.
Poor circulation.
Lymphatic disease.
Kidney problems.
Under active thyroid.

When you get persistent warning signals from your feet, you shouldn't ignore them. Get them checked. They are telling you stories that something is wrong, so do something before it's too late.

(Source: If feet could talk by Datuk Dr Nor Ashikin Mokhtar, StarFit4Life, 4 May 2014)

Looking for a Simple, Safe Solution?

The above list helps you identify some of the potential health problems you may be facing. 
What do you do?
You can consult a doctor and take medication.
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Why? Because Lingzhi and Pollen have been scientifically proven to significantly improve many of the above health conditions, including
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Mineral deficiency
  • Blood circulation problem
  • Gout 
  • Diabetes
  • Kidney disease
  • Psoriasis
  • Eczema
  • Heart disease.
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