Usually if we have any problems in our body it will somehow manifest itself to us through a few symptoms. That way we can know the problems in our body through our fingernails. You may ask how it is? Read on to find out.
You will usually notice that the base of the fingernails is slightly pale. Does the base of your fingernail look like a nail? Did you know that the crescent visible on the fingernail points to problems in the body!
If the color, shape or size of the nail on the nails indicates the presence of the disease, knowing this in detail will help to diagnose the problem in the body early on, make it convenient to treat it in a timely manner and repair it quickly.
The little finger is connected to the kidneys, small intestine and heart functions. If the pimple on the little finger looks too big, it may be the result of high blood pressure.
Ring finger is associated with reproduction and function of lymphatic systems. If the ring on one’s ring finger looks light and not well exposed, it indicates digestive problems.
The middle finger is connected to the function of the brain and heart system. If there is no crutch in the middle finger, it indicates vascular problems and high blood pressure.
The index finger is associated with the colon and pancreas. Therefore, if there is a malfunction of the colon, pancreas, or chronic ENT disease, the cruciate ligament may or may not be very small.
Forefinger or the index finger is associated with the colon and pancreas. Therefore, if there is a malfunction of the colon, pancreas, or chronic ENT disease, the cruciate ligament may or may not be very small.
The big toe or thumb represents the work of the lungs and spleen. It is well visible on the fingernails and should not exceed 25% of the entire fingernail. But for smokers it may be too small or the crutch too large when there is arterial hypertension.
When the largest crescent occupies one-third of the fingernail, it is considered large. These include disorders of the heart system, heart rate and low blood pressure.
Large-scale crutches are often found in athletes and those associated with physical activity. If one does not engage in sports and the crutch on the fingernails is large, it indicates excessive stress.
The small crescent is not exactly visible as it is behind the cuticle of the little crescent fingernail. It also indicates low blood pressure and circulatory disorders.
It can also be a sign of a weakened immune system, poor metabolism or iron and vitamin B12 deficiency.
Perhaps if the crescent is separate from the other nails by cross lines, it indicates a blood sugar problem and possible development of diabetes.
Don’t know the crutch? Do you see any crutches on your fingernails?
Then do not be afraid. For some it may not be expose due to the physiological specifications of the structure of the nails.
However, if you already have a rash on your nails and are suddenly unaware of it, it is consider one of the symptoms of circulatory disorder cause by the medication you are taking.
None of the studies suggest that the absence of crutches in the nails has linked to thyroid gland disorder and vitamin B12 and iron deficiency.
Discoloration of the Fingernail
- Gray nail – A gray nail on the nail indicates severe fatigue, digestive disorders and difficulty in absorbing nutrients.
- White Crescent – If a white crescent appears on the nails, it indicates health.
- Purple Crescent – If the nail is purple, it indicates poor blood circulation and not getting enough oxygen to the organs and tissues.
And people with this type of crutch often experience dizziness and headaches. Pink crescent – Pink or red crescent indicates low physical activity and lung problems.
- Black Crescent – Black crescent on the nails is an unusual and dangerous sign. This is a sign of excessive metal toxicity in the body.