When something is wrong with our body, it sends us different signals. Here are the 5 unexpected symptoms at which you should pay particular attention.
Symptom: Your mind starts to spin arround because of physical activity .
Best Scenario: Problems with the inner ear or sinus hampered channels may just have gone too far with today’s training.
Why It may be serious: If you drink enough water and exercise in normal conditions (temperature and humidity), and you have not previously had such a problem, it might be a problem with the heart.
Two possible reasons:
- The most common reason why your mind is spinning during physical exertion is that your heart is unable to pump enough blood to the rest of the body, said Dr. Leslie Cho of the Cleveland Clinic.
- Irregularly heartbeat is fairly common and generally harmless, but in some cases, such as arterial fibrillation can increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. The same applies to the pressure.
Symptoms: Diarrhea in the middle of the night.
Best Scenario: If it is for single diarrhea, probably just about instantaneous digestive obstacle.
Why it may be serious: While we sleep, the intestinal tract should be quiet because we are relaxed and because we are not consuming anything that might create us problems. If you often going to wake up with diarrhea, it is possible to suffer from infection, inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis or neurological problems associated with the colon.
Symptom: Menstruation is normal, but change pads or tampons every hour.
Best Scenario: There is almost no such. Menstruation is not normal to be so abundant to have to constantly change the inserts, every hour, and it is not only hygienic reason.
Why it may be serious: When your menstruation comes regularly but is very abundant, is more likely to cause uterine fibroids – tumors that attack 20 to 80 percent of women before age 50. These are benign, but have serious consequences, such as anemia, severe fatigue, and depending on their position and size, they can cause difficulties for the pregnancy or increase the risk of complications during pregnancy.
Heavy bleeding too It can be the result of thyroid problems or blood clots, so ensure an appointment with your gynecologist, who through ultrasound can confirm whether it is fibroids. If the problem is such that it can be resolved through drug therapy, surgery or hysterectomy that doctors usually recommend.
Symptom: You lost significant weight without ever tried to.
Best Scenario: weight loss without the intention is almost always a bad situation and can refer serious (but rarely fatal) diseases, such as Crohn’s disease that prevents the body to fully absorb nutrients from food. Or, if you urinate more than usual, you can suffer from type 1 diabetes, which usually affects children and young people as possible in each adulthood. In that case, the cells can not use sugar to produce energy because the body burns fat and muscle, and it leads to sudden weight loss.
Why it may be serious: The unexpected loss of 5 kg or more may be the first sign of cancer, usually associated with cancer of the pancreas, stomach, esophagus and lungs. Cancer cells derive energy from the body as food for their own growth, which explains the Reduction of the number of kilograms.
If your normal weight is reduced by at least 5 kilos in the last 6 to 12 months without making any change in exercise habits or diet, schedule an appointment with your doctor and tell him about your condition.
Symptom: View (eyesight) changes.
Best Scenario: If gadget screens that you use you create vision problems, it is probably due to your age in which it is customary to such changes occur . Most people have difficulty seeing small letters and figures at a short distance, starting from the 40th year of life.
Why it may be serious: unexpected, painless loss of peripheral vision may be a sign of stroke, which are more susceptible women. You should note that stroke does not affect only the older people. In fact, between 1988 and 2004, the occurrence of stroke tripled among women aged 35 to 54 years.