New Revolutionary Discovery! This Is What Your Feet Reveal About Your Risk For High Blood Pressure, Thyroid And Arthritis Problems?


This is a revolutionary discovery. The feet can speak. We only need to understand the language. Did you know that your feet can reveal just about anything you want to know about your overall health? In fact, there is a whole therapy that is based on this premise called reflexology.
So the next time you pull your feet off your shoes, take a look you’re probably saying a lot more than you expected.
There are many ways that our body gives clues to our health and well-being, and believe it or not, feet are a good sign of our general health. From a random foot pain to the most severe symptoms such as numbness, your feet often show symptoms of the disease before any other part of your body.
SIGNS OF HEALTH PROBLEMS THROUGH YOUR FEET
Cold feet
Constantly cold feet may be an indication of a thyroid problem. Since the thyroid gland regulates temperature and metabolism, large variations in temperatures may be a sign that your thyroid is underactive. Chronic cold feet can also be a sign of poor circulation.
Numbness or tingling
We have all experienced what it is to have our feet “fall asleep” at some point in our lives, but when they are chronically numb, it can be a symptom of peripheral nervous system damage – peripheral neuropathy.
This is something that should be reviewed immediately as chronic numbness can be serious and is caused by several things, including diabetes and alcohol abuse.
Red, white or blue colors on the toes and/or feet
While these colors may be suitable for banners or tablecloths, when it comes to your feet, red, white and blue are not a good thing – it can indicate Raynaud’s disease (a rare disorder of blood vessels, usually in Fingers and toes.) If you see a portion of the variance in your feet and toes, contact your doctor to make sure there is nothing serious.
Foot cramps
The strange cramp foot is nothing serious. But if you have cramps in your foot regularly there may be several reasons, such as dehydration or you have been working too hard. Foot cramps can also be an indication of a deficiency of potassium, calcium or magnesium. If that is the case, you can try to stretch your feet before going to bed and adding more calcium and magnesium from the rich foods to your diet. You can also add more potassium by eating more bananas. If the situation does not improve, you should consult a doctor.
5.- Enlargement of the foot finger
If the big toe suddenly grows, you may be suffering from gout. This disease is actually a form of arthritis and is caused by the accumulation of uric acid. This happens because excess uric acid tends to form in the part of the body with the lowest temperature, which just happens to be the big toe.
6. Wounds that do not healIf you have a foot injury that simply will not heal, you could be at risk for diabetes. High blood glucose levels over time can lead to nerve damage in the foot, and so you may not feel an ulcer on the bottom of your foot. Left untreated, it can lead to serious consequences, and even amputation.

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