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Signs that your body will exhibit that shows you are unwell

If you feel the following signs on your body, this is what the signs mean.

You have indigestion

Indigestion often occurs after a heavy lunch or even as the result of a bad bout of gas. But because indigestion is so common, people don't think of it as a sign of something serious, even though it can be. "Indigestion could be an early sign of cardiac or other gastrointestinal problems," says Bidey. "If indigestion persists or does not respond to common over-the-counter medications, you should seek out your medical care provider."

You are stressed

Stress is something that far too many people have let themselves become accustomed to. However, what most folks don't realize is that chronic stress can take as much of a toll on your physical health as it does on your emotional wellbeing.

Your vision suddenly changes

People of all ages and genders suffer from poor vision that requires correction. But while it's unfortunately normal for our eyes to slowly deteriorate, you should be slightly more concerned if your vision changes suddenly out of the blue.

"Sudden vision changes could indicate a wide range of issues including macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, vascular occlusions in the eye, retinal detachment, acute glaucoma, and more," says Wang. "Patients should seek the care of an eye doctor immediately with any sudden vision change."

Your cuts never heal

If it feels like your wounds are taking longer than they should to heal, it could be a silent sign of a vitamin D deficiency. One 2011 study published in the journal of dental research measured how long it took for patients to recover after a dental procedure and found that vitamin D deficiency "negatively [affected] treatment outcomes for up to one year."

Sweating profusely

Profuse sweating, when it's not happening after an intense gym session, could be an indication of heart disease. In one 2018 study published in the journal Circulation, scientists analyzed data on more than 2,000 heart attack patients and found that nearly 54 percent of them had experienced profuse sweating as a symptom of their condition.

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