7 Things Your Appearance Says About Your Health

The human body comes in so many shapes and sizes that it doesn’t seem necessary to learn all the details of yours. After all, you got what you got!

But your body shape can tell a lot about your health and possible issues. Did you know that?

We even talked here on the channel about the meaning of body odors, body parts, and how they can signal health issues.

But, today, you will learn how to avoid possible health issues, such as:

Do you lose a lot of hair? Stress, pregnancy, diseases, medications, and hormonal changes can contribute to hair loss.

Wrinkles are another signal that your health is not doing great.

Another thing that indicates health issues is facial flushing.

Did you know that flushed cheeks are not always a synonym of shyness?

Body hair can be embarrassing, especially when it grows where it shouldn’t.

But, did you know they can also be a sign of health problems?

I’m sure you would worry, and with reason, if a loved one had a prominent jaw or forehead or disproportionate hands and feet.

These are classic signals of acromegaly, a hormonal disorder that affects adults.

Another body part that reflects health issues is the feet. Distensions, lesions, and infections can cause swollen feet and ankles.

Pay attention to these signs and seek medical help to diagnose and treat your case.

As you have seen, most of them are serious, and some rare.

0:00 Introduction
0:28 Hair Loss and Thyroid Disorders
0:47 Link Between Wrinkles And Osteoporosis
1:06 How Lupus Affects The Skin
1:34 Body Hair and PCOS
1:55 What is Acromegaly
2:16 Hidden Causes of Fluid Retention


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