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These sub-health signals show that we have to start paying attention to our body before these turn into REAL SICKNESSES!

“Getting flu, cough, fever, bad mood too often?”

“Troubled by runny nose that never cures?”

“Can't sleep at night and difficult to wake up in the morning?”

These sub-health signals show that we have to start paying attention to our body before these turn into REAL SICKNESSES!

This article will show you mistakes that almost everyone does which actually bring great NEGATIVE impacts to your health!

Parents advice on drinking more water, sleep early, don't play phone too much is absolutely TRUE! Therefore, start practicing healthier habits today.

Eating habits or a chronic digestive problem can trigger indigestion. Indigestion can cause stomach pain or bloating, or heartburn, nausea, and vomiting. Other common symptoms of include:

• feeling full during a meal and not being able to finish eating • feeling very full after eating a normal-sized meal • burning sensation in the stomach or esophagus • gnawing sensation in the stomach • experiencing excessive gas or belching Don't’ ignore severe symptoms of indigestion. See your doctor right away if you experience any of the following:

• severe vomiting • vomit that is bloody or looks like coffee grounds • unexplained weight loss • black stools • trouble swallowing

Source: Healthline

Autoimmune conditions weaken the immune system and make it easier to develop infections, colds, and flu.

This means that people with chronic immune conditions tend to feel sick more often and may take longer to recover from illnesses. Common immune conditions that can make people feel sick all the time include: • lupus • HIV • celiac disease • inflammatory bowel disease (IBS) • asthma • arthritis • allergies • type 1 diabetes • multiple sclerosis • Graves' disease Autoimmune conditions cause many symptoms, including fatigue, rashes, insomnia, and gastrointestinal problems. Source: Medical News Today

Proper, regular sleep is important for mental and physical health. When someone is chronically sleep-deprived, they may feel sick all the time. Many chronic medical conditions can interfere with sleep, usually intensifying the symptoms of both conditions. Common symptoms of chronic sleep deprivation, or a lack of adequate sleep, include: • daytime sleepiness • general fatigue • difficulty concentrating or completing tasks • irritability and anxiety • more frequent infections and longer healing time • depression Source: Medical News Today

Every tissue and organ within the body depends on water. It helps carry nutrients and minerals to cells, and keeps your mouth, nose, and throat moist — important for avoiding illness. Even though the body is made up of 60 percent water, you lose fluids through urination, bowel movements, sweating, and even breathing. Dehydration occurs when you don’t adequately replace the fluids you lose. Mild to moderate dehydration is sometimes difficult to identify, but it can make you sick. Symptoms of mild to moderate dehydration can be mistaken for general aches and pains, fatigue, headache, and constipation. Both acute and chronic dehydration can be dangerous, even life-threatening.

Symptoms include: • extreme thirst • sunken eyes • headache • low blood pressure, or hypotension • fast heartbeat • confusion or lethargy Source: Healthline

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