4. Nails

Nails

Nails, whether fingernails or toenails, can say a lot about your health. A line in the nails can be an indicator of stress, and a cyst around the cuticles can indicate arthritis. Rigid nails and white spots can be signs of kidney disease.

3. BMI and Cognition

Bmi

For many, being able to maintain cognitive abilities later in life is of high concern. But people in their 40s who have larger abdomens are more likely to develop dementia in their 70s than those who have smaller abdomens.

2. Stinky Feet

Stinky

If you experience smelly feet despite proper hygienic care, you might have athlete’s foot, which is a fungal infection. Athlete’s foot can appear red and scaly, and you may have intense itching.

1. Sweat Smell

Sweat

The odor from your sweat can give you a lot of information about your current health status. For instance, if your sweat smells like acetone, it may be due to an abnormal sugar level in the blood. Diabetic patients may release a sweet smell in their sweat due to the accumulation of sugar in the skin. If your sweat smells like ammonia, then it may indicate liver and kidney problems.

Related: 14 Silent Signs That You Are in Bad Health
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