Every time something in your body goes wrong – a signal is sent! However, are we always aware of the signals and alarms our body is sending to our mind, notifying something is wrong?
Vitamin deficiency, stress, obesity issues, blood pressure problems, or even severe diseases alerts are constantly sent by the organs to alarm the psyche something is wrong.
In today’s article we are going to talk about the most common symptoms of vitamin deficiency.
A flaky red rash on the face
This is a sign of biotin deficiency. It can occur due to weather change and bacteria attack of the body. When the autumn strikes and it is really cold, also, if it is a warm autumn and a heavy sudden winter strikes, the skin, especially on the face suffers. Common skin conditions such as rosacea, allergic contract dermatitis on the face or atopic dermatitis can occur. They are all very similar, but have different manifestations on the skin, such as the size of the rash, the itchiness they trigger etc. What should you do? First off, start with adding almonds, yogurt, other type of nuts, carrots, sesame seeds, tahini, avocados and bananas to your nutritional diet.
Cracks in the corners of the mouth
Are a sign of zinc and vitamin B deficiency. What most usually causes this deficiency?
- Missing of the back teeth
- Stomach disorders, mostly linked to increases secretion of gastric acid
- Infections caused by candida, streptococcus and staphylococcus
- Or, an allergic reaction to some dermatological or cosmetic product can also be the cause of this.
A natural way to fight this is adding tofu, quinoa, spinach, chard, peanuts, dried apricots and other seeds and legumes to the diet can naturally help build up your immune system before going on a visit to your doctor. You should also consider adding broccoli and kale to the diet, to improve the iron absorption of your organism.
Excessive hair loss
Is a sign of iodine deficiency. This is mostly linked to a dysfunctional thyroid gland, which is the main producer of iodine in our organism. Also, women can struggle with excessive hair loss after a huge stress, such as the loss of a baby, a miscarriage, excessive use of birth control pills, or even some hair styles – such as dying the hair blonde or wearing the hair in a bun or braids most of the time.
But, diabetes and lupus, such as some fungal infections and the use of certain medications, including mostly anti-coagulants are also the main cause of hair loss among both, men and women population. What to do? Include more omega 3 acids and dairy products in your diet, such as healthy based proteins, because the hair and the thickness of the hair is directly involved with the protein intake of the diet.
Numbness of the extremities or the feeling of a burning sensation
Is a sign of deficiency in the vitamin B group. These vitamins, such as B66, B1, B9 and B12 are directly related to the peripherical nervous system, but these symptoms might also be accompanied by anemia, fatigue and depression.
What to do? A natural way to restore the balance in vitamin B deficiency is adding more spinach, beetroots, asparagus, broccoli and all types of beans in your every day diet. Also, eating as much dairy as you can is necessary.
Red/white growths that look like acne
This is a sign of Vitamin A and D deficiency and a lack of essential fatty acids. The acne-like growths are most usually manifesting on the face, especially on the are of the cheeks. However, this might also be a sign of hormonal disbalance. Naturally, adding more nuts and seeds, especially flaxseed can be a fast solution of this problem. Eating dairy products can also be of great help in this matter of issues as well.