Have you ever felt that your body is trying to tell you something? It may start as a whisper, such as a dull morning headache or an energy slump in the afternoon. Other times the signals are not so subtle, manifesting themselves as digestive problems, skin breakouts, insomnia, and more.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the signals of a body that’s crying for help, and some ways to rectify them!
5 Signs Your Body is Crying for Help
Waking up tired and exhausted after eight hours of sleep often the result of stress. While sleeping for 7-8 hours peacefully at night should provide the regenerative and restorative benefits you need, it is also important that the sleep is good quality sleep. If you are getting at least 7 hours of sleep and still waking up tired, this could be an indication your quality of your sleep could be better. Try the following tips to improve sleep quality:
Dry skin may indicate Vitamin E deficiency, and skin rashes may signal that your body is under stress. Try the following remedies to ease stressed out skin:
If you have become irritable and short tempered recently, this could be another sign that your body needs help. Insufficient rest is a huge factor to consider if you’re feeling more irritable than usual. It may also indicate that your body is lacking in minerals potassium and magnesium. Try the following tips to calm yourself:
People often dismiss digestive issues, however if you experience symptoms of gas, diarrhea, constipation or bloating regularly, then it is a sign that your body needs help. Imbalance of gut bacteria can be caused by many factors from medication, to toxins in the products we use daily.
Try the following to resolve your digestive issues:
Learn more ways to Detoxify Your Body here.
Brittle nails and hair are a tell tale sign that your body is not thriving, and the deficiency of essential vitamins and nutrients in the body may be to blame.
Take a look at your diet and see if you’re lacking in any these 4 critical nail and hair nutrients:
Protein- If you eat meat, eggs, or other protein-rich foods regularly, there’s no need to worry. But if you don’t eat meat, add these vegetarian protein sources to your diet, such as quinoa, beans, and meat substitutes like tofu and seitan.
Zinc- Oysters are rich in zinc, as are pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, lamb, beef, and oats.
Biotin-You can find Biotin in foods like swiss chard (a top source), eggs, wheat germ, whole grains, and salmon.
Vitamin A- Include plenty of fruits and vegetables, along with dairy products, fish, liver, and fortified cereals.
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