As we grow old, our body undergoes some changes. It is an unstoppable process, and one can only catch the signs to control it. Our body slowly deteriorates with time, and it gives us some warning. We need to notice them so that we can prevent age-related conditions before it is too late. You can look younger for few more years if you can avoid these conditions.
Here are some signs that your body might be showing that it’s really starting to deteriorate, as well as how to prevent them and aid them.
1. Dry Skin
If you don’t take care of your skin properly, then it will lead to dryness. Moisture your skin properly with a good quality moisturizer. Also add ample amount of olive oil, butternut squash, and avocado into your diet.
This one is difficult to spot and make lead to some serious problem. It generally occurs due to deficiency of vitamin C. You can overcome it by eating kale, grapefruit and red pepper.
3. Brittle nails.
Brittle nail indicates lack of vitamin B and calcium in your body. Regular consumption of a good amount of avocados, almonds, collard greens and citrus fruits in your diet can help you bring back their level up to normal level.
4. Bleeding inside the mouth
If you don’t take care of your teeth, gums, and mouth properly, then you might experience bleeding inside of your mouth. It can also be due to a lack of Vitamin C and can overcome it by including food like red pepper and kale which contains a good amount of Vitamin C.
Insomnia is a condition where the sufferer is unable to sleep. Though it can occur due to various reasons one of which is the deficiency of certain minerals and vitamins, especially magnesium. Have more leafy vegetable every day to overcome it and sleep well at night.
Cravings occur to everyone and are perfectly normal until it goes beyond your control and you have to have something sweet or savory. People who lack chloride often crave for salty food such as celery. Add lemon to your water and eat healthy fruits and vegetables. Avoiding chips and candy can help you in a significant way.
* This information is meant to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or healthcare provider and is not meant to cover all possible uses, precautions, interactions or adverse effects. This information may not fit your specific health circumstances.