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8 Hidden Diseases Your Skin is Warning You About

8 Hidden Diseases Your Skin is Warning You About

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Your skin can immensely help you identify various health problems. Therefore, you need to be aware of the signals your skin might be screaming at you.

In fact, there is a number of common skin issues which can pop up when there’s something wrong going on in your body.

Click on Next to find out 8 serious diseases that your skin can warn you about

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#8 – Dark Spots

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If you suddenly notice dark spots on your skin, you might be suffering from Addison’s disease or adrenal insufficiency. Those who are affected by this disease can lose appetite and start experiencing joint and muscle pain, in addition to having low blood sugar and low blood pressure.

Such symptoms can be severely risky and should never be neglected. Make sure to consult a doctor as soon as you experience any of them.

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#7 – White patches

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White patches on the skin can indicate vitiligo, which is a disease where the skin loses pigmentation. This condition happens when the body’s immune system destroys cells called melanocytes, making the affected skin area turn white since the pigment is no longer produced by cells.

Adrenal insufficiency can actually be the cause of vitiligo. So as soon as you notice any strange, sudden changes, visit a dermatologist or endocrinologist.

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#6 – Rashes

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Sudden skin rashes are a definite sign that there’s something wrong inside your body. It could be a contagious disease, like chicken pox (which is particularly dangerous in adulthood), or an allergy to certain medicines, home chemicals, or food.

Regardless of the cause, you absolutely need to see a doctor following an allergic reaction to prevent any severe health complications, including Lyell’s syndrome or Stevens-Johnson syndrome.

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#5 – Edemas

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Frequent edemas can be a signal of hypothyroidism, and it’s also a sign that you need to visit an endocrinologist as soon as possible.

This health issue happens when the thyroid gland is no longer able to produce enough hormones and it’s often accompanied by weight gain, fragile nails, hair loss, limb and face edemas, and dry skin. If you experience any of these symptoms, consult a doctor right away.

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#4 – Too many new moles and tags

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Moles can pop up on the skin because of many reasons, including heredity. Parents who have large birthmarks are very likely to pass them to their children. Other reasons that cause the appearance of new moles and tags are hormone imbalance and overexposure to ultraviolet rays.

Generally, moles aren’t dangerous at all. Yet, if you notice that they’re rapidly multiplying, changing in size or color, or are painful, you should definitely consult a doctor.

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#3 – Acne, blackheads, clogged pores

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Acne can be caused by various things, such as digestion problems, hormone imbalance, or excessive skin oil which causes clogged pores. Acne is always a result of some kind of problem.

Basically, you need to proper facial skin care to keep your skin healthy, clean, and beautiful. Yet, if you want to get rid of acne and blackheads once for all, you should find the source first. And seeing a specialist is the best way to do it.

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#2 – Flaking

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Flaking can be a result of psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, allergic reaction, hormone imbalance, a vitamin deficiency, among other diseases.

Moreover, intense flaking can be accompanied by other symptoms, which s a sign of a lurking serious disease. But even if it’s nothing serious, this sign should be examined by a doctor. You don’t want to take any risks.

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#1 – Too much sweating

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Excessive sweating that occurs without any reason like hot temperature, intense physical activity, or nervousness, is a sign that something is wrong inside the body.

Excessive sweating can happen due to an autoimmune disease that damages the thyroid, Graves’ disease, or toxic diffuse goiter.

This results in constant itchiness and thinner skin. If you experience anything like that, make sure to visit a doctor before it’s too late.

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