5 Health Warnings You Should Never Ignore

by - January 14, 2019

Our bodies often talk to us to let us know something isn’t right. However, when you have a busy schedule, it’s easy to ignore the warning signs in the hope they resolve themselves. Our health should be our number one priority but often barely makes the to-do list. So, if you’re experiencing any of these warning signs, it could be time to get some professional care.


Constipation is far more than a minor convenience. In fact, it can cause acute pain when left without treatment for an extended period of time. Most of the time, it’s our bodies way of telling us that we need more fiber in our diets. Having said this, if you’ve been experiencing constipation for more than two weeks, it could be a sign of something more serious. Constipation can be a sign of IBS, Crohns Disease and many more.


More often than not, bloating is a side effect of having over indulged in a meal. If you’re bloated after a weekend take-away, it’s probably nothing to worry about. However, if you’re bloated on a regular basis it could require more investigation. Bloating can sometimes be your bodies way of reacting to foods you have an intolerance to. It can also be a sign of more serious conditions that require medical attention.

Ear Pain

Your ears are just as important as the rest of your body but unlike our teeth and our eyes, we don’t get our ears regularly checked. That means it’s up to you to protect them. If you’re experiencing pain in your ears, it could be a symptom of Tinnitus. You can learn more about the condition online. Ear damage is often irreparable, so it’s important to tackle ear problems as soon as they arise, rather than waiting and finding there’s nothing that can be done.


Tiredness is common. Afterall, we live in a hectic world where things never stop. But, if you’re experiencing fatigue like you’ve never known before, your body is trying to tell you something. Fatigue can be debilitating when it’s not taken care of, so it’s important to find the root cause. Ironically, one of the main causes of fatigue is the intake of too much caffeine. So, if you’re drinking coffee for energy, you may be having the opposite effect on your body in the long run. If you’re still fatigued after cutting out caffeine, get advice from a medical professional.

Illness After Illness

If you just can’t shake the flu or sickness bugs keep returning, your body may not have what it needs to fight them off. If your immune system is low, you’re likely to catch every bug around. You can boost your immune system by getting plenty of rest, vitamin C and exercising every day. This will strengthen your body and give you a guard against bad bacteria. If you can’t get your strength back on your own, you may need medication to give you the boost you need.

When it comes to your health, always use your instincts and never ignore the signs.

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