The body has its own ways of telling us what we miss, and what we need to know is the way how to recognize them. In order for the body organism to function properly it needs to get all its nutrients and vitamins. The lack of certain vitamins can lead to the occurrence of various ailments.
Therefore, learn all the signs the body sends to you.
Here are some of them:
Symptoms and Signs of Vitamin Shortage
- Hair Loss and Red/Flaky Face Rash
Both conditions indicate a biotin deficiency. However, there can be various reasons for the occurrence of the red rash on your face like the cold temperatures, dermatitis, skin lupus, psoriasis, erythematosus, seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea and atopic dermatitis.
Hair loss can be caused also by other health conditions such as problems with the thyroid gland, diabetes, certain medications, contraceptive pills, and naturally genetics.
Fortunately, this can be easily solved by the consumption of the following food products: nuts, peanuts, almonds, chard, goat milk, yogurt, milk, tomatoes, carrots, mushrooms, bananas, onions, avocados, and sesame seeds.
- Burning Sensation and Numbness in the Feet, Hands, and other body parts
These sensations are most commonly a sign of vitamin B6, B9, and B12 shortage. The tingling sensation in the feet and hand can be also triggered by anxiety, anemia, and fatigue.
Supply your body with the proper amounts of these vitamins by consuming beets, beans, spinach, asparagus, and dairy products.
- Mouth with Cracked Corners
Having red splits or fractures at the corners of your mouth are an indication of:
- Anemia caused by lack of iron
- Vitamin B shortage
- Vitamin B3, B2, B12, and zinc deficiency
- Weak immunity
- Abdominal conditions
- Poor oral health
- Missing of the back teeth
Treat this issue naturally by increasing the intake of chard, quinoa, lean cheese, tofu, kale, beans, peanuts, broccoli, asparagus, dried apricots, and seeds.
- White Or Red Growths Resembling Acne
If you have white or red growths looking like acne and appearing on your arms, hips, and cheeks, then this might be a sign of hormonal imbalance, vitamin A and D shortage and lack of indispensable fats.
It can be treated naturally just by increasing the consumption of carrots, peppers, green leafy vegetables, seeds (flaxseed), nuts, healthy fats, and dairy products.