Five Signs You Need To Pay More Attention To Your Health

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Irrespective of whether you’re determined to live a healthy life, your body can still suffer, especially if you don’t pay attention to certain aspects of your health. Here are a number of clues that your body needs more of your attention and what you can do about it.

Your Leg Muscles Twitches
Since most of us spend the vast majority of our day sitting at a computer or in front of a TV, we don’t think twice about the occasional muscle twitch or cramp in the leg.

However, frequent spasms in your muscles can indicate low magnesium levels. Over time, it can pose some serious health issues. It carries a risk of cardiac arrhythmias [abnormal heartbeats] that can cause cardiac arrest or sudden death.

To help alleviate this problem, doctors recommend increasing your consumption of magnesium-rich foods like almonds, pumpkin seeds, and bananas.

You’re Having Brain Fog
After what seems like a good night’s rest, you wake up feeling spacey, and you walk out the door forgetting your wallet. The first thing to do in such a situation is to rule out Aging and other medical conditions that may cause brain fog.

Brain fog can be indicative of something more serious, like a hormone imbalance that impacts cognitive issues. For women, mind lapses may indicate a dysfunctional thyroid. Consider a comprehensive blood test that measures all of your hormones and biomarkers, and a complete thyroid test.

For both men and women, the bacteria populations of the gut could also cause scattered thoughts. Because your intestinal microbiome is connected to your brain, improving your diet can bring clarity and concentration. Eating more probiotic foods could help balance your microbiome.

Low Sex Drive
The demands of parenting can drive down desire for sex. While your libido will ebb and flow, if you never have the urge, your hormones may be out of whack.

Talk to your doctor about laboratory testing to analyze your hormones, such as testosterone, estradiol, estriol, progesterone, and more. Hormone imbalance can lead to more serious conditions, like fatigue, depression, weight gain, and even heart troubles.

You’re Stressed
Whether it’s work or family, constant stress can wreck your health. The hormone, cortisol will stay elevated When cortisol levels are unbalanced or spiked, it can cause us to feel moody, anxious, depressed–all equating to lower libido and self worth.

High cortisol can also cause an increase of body fat and inflammation, which can lead to less self confidence, frustration, and reduced energy and overall well-being.

By cleaning up your diet, you can better control your cortisol, awarding a better balance to your body. Stress is something that can be managed and fixed with the right support, and reduced stress can be a major player in improving your overall health and quality of life.

You Feel Sleepy All The Time
The way you sleep is a key component to your health. So when you’re struggling to fall and stay asleep or you just feel like you can never get enough talk to your doctor as soon as possible.

You might be fighting sleep apnea—your airways collapse and disrupt your sleep cycle throughout the night. The conditions is linked to high blood pressure, weight gain, and heart disease.

A simple chat with your doctor can alert him or her to the tests you may need to discover what’s not cycling correctly in your body, helping them to change the pattern and give you the sleep you need.

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