Diseases that you can detect only by the shape of your nails

  10 diseases you can detect from the shape of your nails

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When we look at our nails, all we care about is how we can make them look beautiful, so we look for recipes to strengthen and lengthen them, and we look for the latest trends in manicure colors and more, but we lose sight of something very important, which is that the shape of the nails reveals your health condition. 

You may have a disease and its symptoms appear on your nails even if the symptoms do not appear on the rest of your body, so here the shape of the nails serves as a warning bell for you to take care of your health. I personally have had this before. 

So today we decided to share with you 10 diseases that you can detect from the shape of your nails...

Diseases that you can detect only by the shape of your nails

1- Do you suffer from pitting nails?!

 For a long time, I have suffered from pitting nails and it was like the appearance of very small pits on my nails that looked like snowflakes, and unfortunately, I did not give them enough attention.

 But shortly after that, I had a skin disease that was similar to a rash, and the doctor told me that my skin immunity is low and that this rash or itching has no clear cause, but it may take a long period of treatment and may come back from time to time.

 After a while, I remembered these flicks on my nails and wondered if there might be a connection between them, and since I don't rely solely on internet research, I consulted a friend of mine who is a doctor.

 She told me that these holes are evidence of...

Condition: Psoriasis - a condition characterized by scaly patches on the skin, can be an indicator of a general skin problem. 

It can also be associated with connective tissue disorders, such as Reiter's syndrome and alopecia areata - an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss.

2- Have you noticed that your nails have changed shape to resemble a spoon (spoon nails).

 This condition is very common. Suddenly a person notices that his nails have started to change shape and turn and take a spoon-like shape.

 Some people think that it is normal at first, but when it worsens, everyone feels upset and looks for the reason. In fact, they're evidence of...the condition: spoon nails are often a sign of iron deficiency anemia or a liver condition known as hemochromatosis, where your body absorbs too much iron from the food you eat.

 3- Do you find prominent transverse cutting lines on your nails?

 If you notice this, let me tell you that these lines are called "Beau"

It appears on the nail accidentally, where growth is interrupted under the nails for pathological reasons, which is the pathological condition: uncontrolled diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, in addition to diseases associated with high temperatures, such as scarlet fever, measles, mumps, and pneumonia.

4- Do you suffer from a pink stripe on the tips of your nails? 

This condition is called “terry toenails”. Where the entire nail is white but appears on the edges of a narrow pink stripe, and although its shape may not be unpleasant for many, it is evidence that you have the condition: old age, liver disease, congestive heart failure, kidney failure, or Diabetes. 

5- Do you have curvy nails?

 Sometimes some people notice that one of their nails has become somewhat limp. If you move your finger on the nail, you will feel a rise and fall, which means that the nail is curvy and uneven, and this is also a sign of a medical condition, which is the pathological condition: low oxygen in the blood, with one of the different types of lung disease, or inflammatory bowel disease and heart disease And blood vessels, liver disease, and AIDS.

6- You suffer from the separation of your nails from the skin underneath. 

The skin under the nails that they stick to is called the “nail bed.” Sometimes the nails separate from it to the extent that you can notice them with your eyes.

 Where you will find that there is a space or a space between the nail and the skin beneath it, and this condition is callednail degeneration” and is often evidence that the person has any of the following diseases...

Condition: Degeneration or separation of the nails can be evidence that you have an infection or a reaction to a particular drug or product such as nail hardeners or adhesives. And sometimes they are evidence of other diseases such as thyroid disease and psoriasis.

 7- Thick yellow nails?! 

Have you noticed that you or someone close to you has thick yellow nails that you did not have before?

 Well, this is also a common condition and indicates that the person has one of the following diseases... Condition: Respiratory diseases, such as chronic bronchitis.

 8- Dark streaks under the nails Do you frequently check your nails and the skin underneath?

 If you notice a dark line under the nails, this may be a sign that you suffer from a health problem... Pathological condition: Dark black lines under the nails are often an indication of skin cancer. 

9- White lines under the nails?!

 Again, check Your nails constantly and the skin underneath, do you notice the appearance of white lines on this skin, well, this is a sign of another disease condition, which is... Pathological condition: Kidney or liver failure

10- Do you suffer from blue nails? 

Spread your fingers in front of you from time to time Do you notice that your nails tend to turn blue, especially in winter?!

 If your answer is yes, then here is the pathology indicated by this glaucoma... Pathological Status:

Mostly this is a sign that you have poor blood circulation, or that you suffer from anemia. Finally, what should you do if you notice Which of these previous signs?

 If you notice the appearance of any of the previous ten signs, this means that you have one of the diseases you refer to, and here you need to go to the doctor immediately so that he performs the necessary medical examinations and analyzes to determine the type of disease and the necessary treatment method.

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