Don’t take your body granted! Keep it healthy
Being healthy is everything you need for a peaceful life. Most aches and pains are not a sign of something serious, but certain symptoms should be checked out. See a doctor if you feel any of these things:
1. Weakness in Your Arms and Legs: This can be common or can be due to a lot of other reasons too. If you get weak or numb in your arm, leg, or face, it can be a sign of a stroke, especially if it’s on one side of your body. You could also be having a stroke if you cannot keep your balance, feel dizzy, or have trouble walking. Get help quickly. If you suddenly cannot see well, get a bad headache feel confused, or have problems speaking or understanding. Go to a doctor if you feel pain.
2. Chest Pain: Another one is chest pain. Don’t take it lightly. When it comes to chest pain, it’s better to be safe than be sorry. Any chest pain, especially accompanied by sweating, pressure, shortness of breath, or nausea, should be evaluated by a medical professional right away.
Chest pain or pressure can be a sign of heart disease particularly if you feel it during exertion or while being active. Never ignore this.
3. Tenderness and Pain in the Back of Your Lower Leg: This can be a symptom of a blood clot in your leg. It is called deep vein thrombosis. The condition usually happens when you have been sitting for a long time. If there is blood clot then you may feel problem in standing and walking. If you notice swelling, then contact your doctor.
4. Blood in Your Urine: If you see blood in your urine then you should not ignore it. There can be various reasons behind it but it’s a matter of concern. If you have blood in your urine and you also feel a lot of pain in your side or in your back, you may have kidney stones. A kidney stone is a small crystal made of minerals and salts that forms in your kidney and moves through the tube that carries your urine.
5. Wheezing: Breathing problem should be treated right away. If you are wheezing, or hear a whistling sound when you breathe, see your doctor.
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