Symptoms, conditions and causes

What are some body signs mean?

You can use your symptoms as indicators to understand what your body needs.

1. Heart attack/cardiovascular disease

Symptoms of heart disease include chest pain, left jaw pain, left shoulder pain, and pain that goes down your left arm. You might also feel dizzy or out of breath when walking upstairs. Vitamin E in the form of tocotrienols and vitamin K2 can help support the health of your heart and arteries.

2. Stroke

Early warning signs of a stroke involve issues on one side of the body. You might also experience slurred speech. If you think you’re having a stroke, get to the emergency room quickly!

3. Infections

If you have an infection, you may experience a tickle in your throat, a cough that won’t go away, sneezing, or a runny nose. Take 50,000 IU of vitamin D3 and consume zinc, vitamin C, and echinacea. Don’t suppress your fever!

4. Fatty liver disease

If you have a fatty liver, you’ll have feelings of fullness, tightness, or tenderness under the right rib cage. You might experience referred pain in the right shoulder or right rhomboid. Intermittent fasting and the ketogenic diet may help reverse a fatty liver. It’s also important to avoid alcohol.

5. Gallstones

Warning signs of gallstones include dark urine, stool that floats, light-colored stool, and constipation. Gallstones are the result of low bile salts, so increasing bile salts may help.

6. Kidney stones

Pain in the abdomen on one side or flank pain can signify kidney stones. Try drinking 2 ounces of lemon juice with water. Take magnesium glycinate and avoid foods high in oxalates.

7. Ulcers

If you have an ulcer, you might feel burning stomach pain that typically feels better after eating. Wheatgrass juice powder with water and zinc carnosine may help improve your condition.

8. Diabetes

If you have diabetes, you’ll find it very difficult to skip a meal. You’ll likely experience carb cravings and need a nap after eating. Keto and intermittent fasting may greatly help improve your symptoms.

Last updated: Feb 19, 2024 15:30 PM