4 Sure Signs That Your Body Has A Deficiency

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Do you know the signs that your body has a deficiency?

Sometimes life can get too much. You may feel as though you are constantly working and that you don’t have any time for yourself at all. This is normal, but if you don’t do anything about it then you may find that it has a major impact on your health.

Recently I attempted to work a full-time job while also blogging full time. My body quickly spoke up and said otherwise. I was sick for 3 days straight. I listened to my body and ended up quitting my job. It sucked, because we needed the job to work towards becoming financially free in a max of 10 years, however, I can't do that if I'm constantly sick and not focusing the right way.

When you're not taking care of yourself, you'll start seeing a few sure signs that your body has a deficiency of some sort. Some signs may not be that obvious, while others are extremely obvious.

4 Sure Signs That Your Body Has A Deficiency

You’re Overly Stressed

It doesn’t matter whether you are stressed from work, with your relationship or even your family because if you are constantly dealing with stress then you will have elevated cortisol levels. This can cause you to feel anxious and depressed. Over time, this can lower your libido and it can also cause you to put on more weight. This will lead to low self-confidence, reduced energy and additional frustration.

One way for you to effectively manage the stress that you are under would be for you to start eating better. This will help you to control your cortisol while also giving you the energy you need to deal with anything that comes your way.

Body Has A Deficiency - Woman Stressed

You’re Constantly Sleepy

When most people think of deficiencies, they think that it's only a vitamin deficiency. When you're not caring for your body right, you can be deficient in adequate sleep.

Your nightly slumber is a key part of what keeps you healthy. If you are struggling to fall asleep, or if you can’t stay awake then this could be a sign that something needs to change. It may be that you are suffering from sleep apnoea or even that you have a poor sleeping pattern in general.

Adjust your evening routine. If you have a 9-5 job, make sure you're getting at least 7hrs of sleep every night. If you have to leave the house by 8a, and it takes you 1 1/2 hrs to get ready for work (shower, dressed, breakfast, hair & make-up, etc) make sure you're in bed NO later than 10:30p. If you have to drop off the kids at school, babysitters or daycare, adjust accordingly.

Same goes with dinner, if you can, throw something into the slow cooker in the morning. That way all you have to do is plate the meal, sit and enjoy your family, then you can head off to bed.

If you want to stop this from affecting your life, then you need to talk with your doctor. When you do, they can then advise you on the steps you need to take, and in some instances, they might even be able to prescribe you some treatment.

You Experience Muscle Twitches or Spasms

If you spend all day sitting at the computer or even being in front of the TV, then you may start to experience muscle cramps or twitches. If this is the case, then it may be that you have low levels of magnesium. This can bring about cardiac arrhythmia and this can have a detrimental impact on your health.

If you want to protect yourself then you need to eat more magnesium-rich foods, like energy or protein balls, you can include pumpkin seeds, bananas and even almonds which will help increase magnesium. If you feel as though you are not getting any magnesium through your diet, then your doctor may be able to supply you with a supplement. If you are really concerned about your health, then look into Medicare Nationwide.

Body Has A Deficiency - Muscle Pain

Feet and Hands Tingle

When your body needs attention, hands and feet tingle, means there is a chance that you are suffering from a Vitamin B12 deficiency. If you happen to leave this untreated then it can lead to anaemia and in some instances, neurological diseases. If you want to give your body the support it needs then try and eat more eggs and dairy.

If you are a vegan, then taking B12 supplements might be able to help you to stay on the safe side and they can also help you to get the nutrients you might not be getting with your current diet.

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