Can “nails” really tell the disease? What kind of nails should be careful

“nail” can tell pathology is it true or not? which “nail” that, if you look closely, it will have different characteristics, such as shape, color, shortness, length of the nail face and Health Of the nails, it depends on the care of each person. of which the exchange “nail” which does not depend only on the cure. “nail” Help to collect things and prevent injuries. fingers Another advantage of the nail is that. It can also tell about diseases and diseases of the body.

nature “nail” unusual

unusually thick nails

There are many pathology which causes like nail fungus, which in addition to “nail” will be thicker.The nails may also change color, such as yellow, white or black. The surface of the nail can also be rough. Psoriasis can also cause thick nails. it is different from infection psoriasis They often have a lot of thick nails, but fungal disease usually a few nails

“nail” Concave until it becomes lumpy in the shape of a spoon. (Spoon nails or koilonychia)

The nails are pale white, soft, flat, thin and spoon-shaped, present in anemia. from iron deficiency Older people may have thin and brittle nails at the tip of the nail. Sometimes the nails also curve with age. Which means that many more nails will peck at meat more easily. There may be a hole under the nail as a reminder that germs can get in easily.

“nail” with rough surface

The surface of the nail may be a small hole. If there are more nails, it may indicate psoriasis or allergy But it can be seen in some babies for no apparent reason. In some cases, the patient has a serious illness. Nails may have deep grooves along the transverse direction due to abnormal nail formation.

Sunken tip of the nail (onycholysis)

The tip of the nail is sunken The tip of the skin is usually attached to the nail. But if there are some diseases like psoriasis thyroid disease, fungal diseases and eczema including the use of certain medications This may cause shortening of the edge of the skin attached to the nail.

change in nail color

Semi-white nails are found in people with chronic kidney failure. Two thirds of white nails are found in humans. diabetes Cirrhosis and Heart Attack White striped nails can be a low protein disease.

skin around the nails, swelling, redness

People who are in frequent contact with water skin Around the nail may be infected. or irritation from chemicals such as dish soap and detergents Sometimes fungal infections can occur because they are not kept clean. Some Patients with Bacterial Skin Infections Around the nail can be swollen, red and accompanied by pus.

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14 features of “nail” tells about the disease

1. The nails are bent or curled.

can be related to the spine lung disorders and symptoms of heart disease or liver

2. The nails are grooved.

Often suffers from malnutrition or difficulty breathing.If it is vertical, it is probably because there is mold. But if it’s a long line, it could indicate a kidney malfunction or a large intestine.

3. the nails are very thick

A very thick nail indicates a disease of the circulatory system that is not functioning properly.

4. The nails are thinner than usual.

often found in people with symptoms of anemia for iron deficiency even in the elderly who are not physically strong

5. black nails

Black nails indicate intestinal disorders, possibly due to vitamin B12 deficiency.

6. yellow nails

Yellow nails indicate related lung disease. Liver disease, kidney disease, diabetes or have a thyroid disorder

7. white nails

It can be said that liver and kidney function starts to have problems. And if it’s pale white, it’s probably related to anemia. or suffer from chronic liver disease

8. The nails are flowered and may also have white spots.

Nails like this can be hereditary. but if it looks like a crescent moon be aware of the health problems related to melanoma. Or it could be due to a lack of certain nutrients.

9. Nails are purple dots or lines.

Most often it occurs with valvular heart disease. Vascular disease, liver disease and scurvy or those with vitamin C deficiency

10. The nails are half white, half pink.

Half white and half pink nails can indicate a certain type of kidney disease.

11. square nails

This indicates that it could be heart disease caused by anger, rage, or tantrums. It can also be caused by hormonal disorders.

12. Nail cuticles or cracked nails and some change color

Indicates symptoms of psoriasis thyroid disease or the nails have a fungal dermatitis infection

13. The base of the nail turns red.

This area is usually white. But if the color turns red, there may be a heart or lung problem.

14. The tip of the nail has a dark edge.

This may be due to a lack of nutrients in the body. malfunctioning liver Poor blood circulation, diabetes, etc. It can also be caused by the entry of elderly people.

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Thanks for the information : Bangpakok hospital / healthy

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