Unstable Body Temperature

Temperature

If you find you have difficulty maintaining your body temperature or you keep alternating between feeling hot and cold, there could be something wrong with your body. Overheating of the body indicates that you have a hormonal imbalance or a low-grade infection. If you are always cold, then it could mean an underlying thyroid problem, which affects heat production and metabolism. So, the next time, do not joke about your chills or hot flashes and get yourself checked.

Dark Yellow Urine

Urine

If your urine is dark yellow in color, then it means you are not well hydrated. If you drink a lot of fluids, then your urine will be colorless. A dehydrated body is not a healthy body, so increase your water intake before it leads to serious problems or complications.

In addition to water, green juice, coconut water, green tea, and herbal tea are also good for you. While you are at it, lower your intake of soda, alcohol and caffeinated beverages, as they make the body even more dehydrated.

Related: Urine Color What Does It Mean?

Pungent Body Odor

Odor

A daily fight with body odor is another signal that you are not in good health. Did you know that sweat itself is odorless? Therefore, excess sweat production cannot be the cause of your body odor.

Certain foods can cause a rank odor, such as cabbage, onions, garlic, seafood, and meats, but they won’t lead to a body odor that can be picked up by others. The real issue with body odor is that it can indicate an underlying fungal or bacterial problem.

Failure to recognize or acknowledge these mild signs can mean that your health is heading toward a downward spiral that can gradually put you in a precarious situation. Good health means a regulated body temperature, a clean smell, relaxed joints and muscles, beautiful skin, hair, and nails, balanced moods, consistent high energy, restful sleep, and a healthy appetite.

If you find yourself frequently struggling with some of these signs of ill health, do not hesitate to get yourself checked with your GP. Remember, a stitch in time saves nine.

Related: 5 body odors you should never ignore
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