10 Symptoms That May Reveal Health Problems

Changes in your body that may reveal health problems you didn’t know

It’s hard to understand you may have a health problem just by simple, little things going the other way. For example, a scalloped tongue may indicate you have consumed too much salty food. On the other hand, it may reveal that the tongue is becoming larger than the jaw. However, Viral Strange will list 10 symptoms you may have in your daily life that can reveal health problems.

1. Dark circles


Dark circles come from lifestyle issues: not getting enough sleep or an unhealthy lifestyle.

2. Yellowing of the skin


The yellow color on the skin or eye whites is a common skin symptom of liver issues. Go see a doctor as soon as possible to prevent serious health complications.

3. Finger pain

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Thickened fingers can reveal health problems related to lungs, kidneys, or breast cancer. If you experience swelling on your fingers, go see a doctor ASAP!

4. Women’s hair growth in unusual places


Unusual hair growth around the chin or above the lips can be a symptom of PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome: when ovaries grow because of a hormonal imbalance.

5. A pimple that doesn’t heal in time

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If a pimple stays there for weeks, it might be a sign of basal cell carcinoma. Get it checked out.

6. Eyebrows getting thinner


Thinning eyebrows can be a sign of hypothyroidism. You might want to go have that check-up now.

7. Acne on the jawline area

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Acnes along the jawline or in the chin can say a lot of a hormonal imbalance.

8. Thickening/Darkening of the skin


Thickened or darkened skin may be a sign of insulin resistance. This might lead to type 2 diabetes.

9. Black lines/ spots on nails


Dark vertical lines can be a sign of melanoma unless you might have hurt your finger somewhere.

10. A scalloped tongue

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A scalloped tongue means that it’s becoming larger than the lower jaw. This condition is caused by swelling. Swelling may happen from many things. For example, you have eaten salty food often.

Do you have any of these symptoms? Have you seen a doctor, or have you taken care of them yourself? Let us know in the comments!


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    • 🙂Hello!
      It usually means you have a sinus infection, upper respiratory infection, cold, possibly allergies or sinusitis.

      I already knew the info, but you can go online & get more detailed info. Search thick cloudy green mucus when blowing your nose. I copied a few things below & a link that explains each color of mucus.
      Feel better!

      While nasal discharge that is yellow, green or brown can be a sign of an infection of the upper respiratory tract, in the vast majority of instances the infection is caused by a common cold virus and will get better on its own within seven to ten days

      During a sinus infection, however, your sinuses become swollen and potentially congested. This can trap mucus and all that it has filtered from the air, which can, in turn, lead to some rather unpleasant odors

    • Probably a sinus infection. Get one of those navage nasal cleaners. Or a medipot. And get some peppermint oil and put it around your nasal opening a few times a day and at night before bedtime. It’s a great antibacterial/viral tool. Plus it’s keeps colds away. I had green gunk around 4 yrs ago. And this is what I did to get rid of it. I also added 1.5 tsp of hydrogen peroxide in the beginning to my medipot. Rinsed maybe 3 times a day. Got a navage now and you can see all the gunk from your nasal cavity in the reservoir. They do work.

    • You have an infection or a really bad cold caused this mucus which also reflect an infections. It gets over with antibiotics and injectable antibiotics, usually tje infections it s not in the lungs but in the nose or somewhere in respiratory ways