What Your Nails' Texture and Color Can Tell You About Your Health
What Your Nails' Texture and Color Can Tell You About Your Health

Keeping an eye on the nails’ texture can provide you with early warning signs of underlying health problems. It can also be life-saving in some instances! Examine your nails briefly to determine what may be hiding:

  1. Brittle nails

Brittle nails become weak and cracked as a result of this condition. Although the cause has not been identified, there are several possible root causes. Aging and nutrient deficiency are two of the most common causes.

  1. Pale nails

Nails that are pale are a common sign of aging. Over three-quarters of all adults over the age of sixty have pale nails. However, pale nails can be a sign of certain underlying health problems in some cases:

  1. White Nails

When a nail is injured, it can turn white. However, if all of your nails gradually turn white, you should consult a doctor immediately. Terry’s nails are white nails with a pink band at the top of the nail bed. They may indicate a serious health problem. This symptom may indicate the presence of diseases such as liver cirrhosis, chronic kidney failure, or congestive heart failure. Terry’s nails may indicate a serious health problem, but they may also be a sign of aging.

  1. Nails those are yellow

The most common cause of yellow nails is fungal infection. Additionally, they are found in the hands of regular tobacco users. If your yellow nails do not respond to fungal treatment, they may be a sign of psoriasis, thyroid dysfunction, or diabetes.

  1. Blue fingernails

Silver poisoning can result in the formation of silver deposits in your nail beds, resulting in nail pigmentation. This irreversible condition worsens as the amount of silver in the body increases. Certain medications, such as those used to treat malaria, regulate heart rate, and treat liver problems, can also cause blue pigmentation. HIV-positive individuals may also have blue nails. They can be caused by both infection and anti-retroviral therapy.

About the Author:

Germie Alderite is a Registered Medical Technologist in the Philippines. She is currently studying Doctor of Medicine in the said country. Germie worked in an Adventist Wellness Center for a year before entering Medical School. She believes that many transgress the laws of health through ignorance, thus, people need instruction. They need to be impressed with the importance of making their knowledge a guide of life. Physician has many opportunities both of imparting a knowledge of health principles and of showing the importance of putting them into practice.

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