Vivinal - The Common Fingernail Problem And Disorders Solution
Finger Nail Problems, Disorders And Diagnosis
- Lengthwise grooves of ridges may indicate a kidney disorder and is associated with aging. An iron deficiency may also cause ridges.
- Brittle nails signify possible iron deficiency and thyroid problems, impaired kidney function, and circulatory problems.
- Yellow nails can indicate internal disorders long before other symptoms appear. Some of
these problems with the lymphatic system, respiratory disorders, diabetes, and liver
- Nails that chip, peel, crack, or break easily show a nutritional deficiency and insufficient
hydrochloric acid and protein. Minerals are also needed.
- Brittle, soft, shiny nails without a moon may indicate an overactive thyroid.
- White lines across the nail may indicate a liver disease.
- White lines length wise show possible heart disease, high fever , or arsenic poisoning.
- Nails separated from the nail bed may signify a thyroid disorder.
- Nails raised at the base ("clubbing") with small white ends show a respiratory disorder
such as emphysema or chronic bronchitis. ("Clubbing" with lung disorders is one
condition of the nails that is recognized by Standard Medicine. )
- Downward curved nail ends may denote heart, liver, or respiratory problems.
- Ridges running up and down the nails indicate a tendency to develop arthritis.
- Lack of vitamin A and calcium causes dryness and brittleness.
- Vitamin B deficiency causes fragility, with horizontal and vertical ridges.
- Insufficient intake of vitamin B 12 leads to excessive dryness, very rounded and curved
nail ends, and darkened nails.
- White bands can indicate protein deficiency.
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