5 Minor But Worrying Symptoms

It’s not a major disease, but there are some worrisome symptoms. Symptoms that are trivial but bothersome to go to the hospital. Why? Is there any workaround? Health information site ‘WebMD’ has organized it.

◆ Gray hair = What if your hair is more than half counted even though you are not yet forty? Blame the genes. Premature gray hair usually comes from a family history, not because of an abnormality in the body. If other people’s gaze is a problem, dyeing is the solution. No need to worry about anything else. Just because your hair is counting faster doesn’t mean you’re aging faster.

◆ keratin on the feet = Calluses are easy to get on the soles of the feet and heels. Not bad. This is because a thick stratum corneum protects your feet when you walk. But it is now summer. To wear beautiful sandals, you need to take care of your dead skin cells. Soak your feet in warm water and rub them with an exfoliating stone. A lotion or cream containing glycolic acid may also help.

◆ Bad breath = Brush your teeth three times a day, and use dental floss as taught at the dentist. But why does the mouth smell? This may be due to inflammation of the gums. Bad breath also occurs when the mouth is dry or indigestion. Diet is the most common cause. Even if you use a strong toothpaste that irritates the inside of your mouth, it is difficult to catch the smell of garlic or onion. If you have an important appointment ahead of you, it is best to avoid foods with strong scents.

◆ Neck Wrinkles = If you lose weight rapidly, your neck tends to sag. The same goes for thinning skin as you age. The neck ages faster than the face. If you want to slow down the appearance of neck wrinkles even a little, be careful of the sun. You should apply sunscreen every morning. Botox injections, a doctor’s prescription retinol cream, and laser treatment are also options to consider.

◆ Foot odor = What if your feet smell even after taking a shower every day? It is most likely due to bacteria. Bacteria meet sweat and stink. Keep your feet dry at all times. Change your socks often. Shoes should be chosen with good ventilation. That means you shouldn’t wear tight boots or tennis shoes in this kind of weather. Another way is to use a deodorant.

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