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- Cracks in the corners of the mouth
The most common causes:
- Vitamin B deficiency
- Stomach disorders, linked to hypersecretion of gastric acid that damages the mucous membranes of the lips
- Lowered bite or missing of the back teeth
- Anemia, which is usually caused by iron deficiency
- Infection caused by bacteria streptococcus and staphylococcus, fungi (mostly candida)
- Improper oral hygiene or poor sanitary conditions
- Weakened immune system
- Often occurs in people who talk moisturize their lips with their tongue while talking
Ladies and gentlemen, you should know that these symptoms are a sign of zinc and B vitamin (B3, B2, and B12) deficiency.
Natural solution: well, you should consume more quinoa, tofu, lean cheese, spinach, chard, peanuts, dried apricots, asparagus and all types of seeds and legumes. Also, you should include broccoli and kale in your diet in order to improve the iron absorption. And, you should also know that another cause of cracked lips is certain allergies, which are caused by specific ingredients found in cosmetic products.
- Red rash on the face that is flaky and/or excessive hair loss
- According to the experts, symptoms like scaly rash and redness that occur on the scalp or face are a sign of biotin deficiency.
Natural solution: you should eat more almonds, peanuts, goat milk, chard, yogurt, tomatoes, carrots, nuts, onions, sesame seeds, avocados, milk, bananas, and mushrooms. We all know that the low temperatures and the harsh cold weather can damage your skin, especially the skin on your face. Most common skin conditions include atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea, skin lupus, allergic contact dermatitis on the face, psoriasis, and erythematous. These conditions are chronic and can get worse during winter, so you should pay special attention.
Hair loss Most Common Causes
Note: first of all, you should know that sudden hair loss may occur a couple of months after some illness or severe surgery. Other causes include:
- Problems with the thyroid gland
- Birth control pills
- Many women experience hair loss three weeks after childbirth
- Certain medications, including anticoagulants, gout, hypertension, heart disease and depression
- Some fungal infections in children may cause hair loss.
- In lupus and diabetes patients
- Some hairstyles such as wearing long braids or using tight curlers
- Using hot hair oils and chemicals to make permanent curls which can cause inflammation of the hair follicles, leading to damage and hair loss
- Red or white growths that look like acne – on your cheeks, arms, hips.
- First of all, you should know that this may be a symptom of hormonal imbalance, and in certain cases, it can be a symptom of Vitamin A and D deficiency, and lack of essential fatty acids.
Natural solution: you should consume foods rich in healthy fats, eat more nuts and seeds such as flaxseed. And yes, you should eat lots of green leafy vegetables, carrots, and peppers to increase the levels of vitamin A. Also, you should eat more dairy products as well.
- Numbness in the hands, feet and other body parts or burning sensation
- Ladies and gentlemen, if you experience temporary loss of sense, accompanied with the feeling of numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, it may be a sign of vitamin B9, B6, and B12 deficiency.
- These vitamins are related to the peripheral nervous system.
- Lack of B vitamins may also result in depression, anemia, and fatigue.
Natural solution: you should consume more spinach, beets, asparagus, all types of beans and dairy products. Thank you for your time and don’t hesitate to click the share button at the end of the article. Thank you and have a good day.