10 Signs You’re Not as Healthy as You Think You Are


We all do it. If someone asks us how we are. We mindlessly say…”I'm fine.” But ARE WE? 

Unless you’re under a doctor’s care for a medical problem, chances are good that you think you’re pretty healthy. But you may be ignoring subtle warning signs that you’re not as healthy as you think you are.

10 Signs You're Not as Healthy as You Think You Are

1. Bloating and Gas

After you eat a meal, does your belly swell up? Do you have to loosen your belt or unbutton your pants?

Once in a while after a giant meal that may be true, but if it happens regularly, you may have a problem, including a food sensitivity or allergy or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

Believe it or not, your farts may be trying to tell you something.

2. Snoring

Snoring is no laughing matter. If you have a cold and you’re snoring, it’s probably no big deal.

If you do it all the time it could be a sign of sleep apnea, a condition that puts your life at risk.

3. Fatigue 

You may think that always feeling tired goes hand in hand with a busy life, but it doesn’t.

If you're getting plenty of sleep and you still feel tired, it can be a sign of thyroid problems, anemia, and more.

4. Insomnia

Your body needs sleep, and if you can’t fall asleep it's a symptom of hidden health problems. It can also lead to other health problems. Don’t ignore it.

5. Bad breath

If you're good about your oral hygiene and have bad breath, the smell may be a sign of something wrong in your mouth or elsewhere in your body.

See your dentist, and if they don’t find anything wrong, go see your doctor.

6. Headaches 10 signs not healthy

Having a headache now and then is no big deal. If you start having them regularly or you can’t make the pain stop, see your doctor. 

7. Muscle Cramps

If your muscles are cramping up while you're not working out, it’s a sign that there’s something wrong. It’s usually a lack of important nutrients.

8. Nails and Hair 

Your nails are a sure sign of what’s going on in your body. If they are a color other than pink, or if they break or chip easily, it could be a sign of a problem. The same is true if you are losing a lot of hair.

9. Weight Loss or Gain 

If you’re not trying to lose weight or gain weight but you are, there are a lot of reasons it could be happening.

Weight loss can be caused by serious health problems, and gain can be a result of thyroid problems or other things.

10. Irregularity 10 signs not healthy

If you’re going to the bathroom more or less than usual, it can be a sign of a medical issue.

Make sure that you’re paying attention to the small messages your body is sending.

Otherwise, it could turn into a big problem.

The Bottom Line

If you're experiencing even subtle symptoms like the ones listed above, it could be a sign of a bigger health problem and you should see your doctor.

A lot of times these symptoms could simply be the result of toxins built up in your body over time. That could mean that a gentle detox would benefit you. Here's the 3-day detox I use every few months. I always feel energized and more focused after I eat these healing recipes. Give it a try and let me know how you feel afterward. 

Yours in health and happiness,

Danette

P.S. Please share this with your friends and I welcome your comments below. Has ignoring subtle health symptoms backfired on you in the past?

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Total 9 comments
  1. Denise

    I feel like I’m super healthy but my nails split all the time and my hair falls out a lot. And I AM tired all the time. Thank you for your help!

  2. Leigh Hammett

    You mention 3 day detox in article but it doesn’t allow me view it. Would you please email 3 detox to me.. Thank you..

    1. Danette May

      Hi Leigh, apologies for that. I checked the link and it is working on our end. Please click here for more information about the detox. I will be sending this info to your email as well. Much love! – Admin Ivy

  3. Amy

    Can you give some details about the foods involved? I live in a very rural area and I need to be sure these foods are available to me (and that I can bear to eat them).