- Hypertension - symptoms
- Diabetes - symptoms
- Hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism - symptoms
- Inflammation and cirrhosis of the liver - symptoms
- Kidney failure symptoms
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There are ailments and serious illnesses that do not manifest themselves in one unique way. Disturbing signals are sent not from one, but from many places in the body. Seemingly trivial symptoms may indicate serious liver and thyroid diseases, kidney failure, diabetes, hypertension or kidney failure.
Hypertension - symptoms
Hypertension can be manifested by pain in the back of the head, especially in the morning, tinnitus or the so-called ticking temples. Most patients suffer from swelling of the ankles, hands and even calves, as well as blushes, which are often treated as a symptom of a he althy, "stale" appearance.
You may also experience shortness of breath when climbing stairs, fatigue or excessive energy.
Dizziness also indicates a cardiovascular insufficiency, although it occurs more often due to a severe drop in blood pressure.
Diabetes - symptoms
SymptomsDiabetesType 1 - increased thirst, frequent urination, weight loss despite good appetite, general weakness and drowsiness - are unfortunately long underestimated.
In the case of type 2 diabetes, the onset of the disease is also difficult to capture. Sometimes it is indicated by deteriorated eyesight and neuralgia scattered throughout the body.
Sometimes there are also more pronounced ailments, such as excessive thirst, frequent urination, skin changes, itching (especially itching of the vulva), periodontitis, circulatory disorders (especially in the feet) and generalized cardiovascular failure.
Hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism - symptoms
People suffering from hyperthyroidism are unjustifiably agitated, suffer from insomnia, heart palpitations, tire quickly (they experience the so-called exercise dyspnea). A constant feature of the disease is feeling hot, losing weight despite good appetite, excessive thirst combined with profuse sweating, and the feeling that something is constantly stuck in the throat.
Your muscles feel weak when you go down stairs. The face looks swollen, the eyes look bigger. Hair begins to fall out, it is difficult to concentrate. Women have irregular periods.
With hypothyroidism fatigue, exercise dyspnea appear,excessive drowsiness, constant feeling of cold (even on hot days), frequent constipation. Muscles can be stiff and joints sore.
Although you do not have an appetite, the weight gain is significant. The voice becomes hoarse. Memory and the ability to concentrate are weaker. The eyelids are swollen and the face becomes "puffed". Often there is the so-called a second chin, neck swelling and dimples above the collarbones.
The hair is thinning, brittle, it cannot be arranged. Women lose hair in their armpits. Your period is prolonged or very irregular.
Inflammation and cirrhosis of the liver - symptoms
Chronic hepatitishepatitistype B does not give any symptoms for a long time, but with time there is malaise, pain in the right side under the ribs. When the disease progresses, there is a visible weight loss, general weakness, lack of appetite, difficulty in performing simple household and work duties.
Pains in the side get stronger, there are frequent nosebleeds, fever, muscle aches. Single vascular spiders and reddening of the palms appear on the skin of the chest and face.
Long-lasting and unjustified weakness is characteristic of hepatitis C. One of the first symptoms of cirrhosis may be ankle swelling, cramping abdominal pain, constipation, or diarrhea. After drinking alcohol, the skin turns yellow. On the face, chest and hands there are so-called spider veins (arteriolar extensions).
Kidney failure symptoms
Many kidney diseases are easy to confuse at first with ailments caused by degeneration of the spine in the lumbar spine or the so-called root pains. In acute renal failure, vomiting, diarrhea, and gastrointestinal haemorrhage are possible.
When the disease develops, we urinate less and less often, swelling appear on the legs, arms, and sometimes all over the body. As a result of water retention in the body, body weight increases quite quickly. Acute conditions are also associated with respiratory disturbances caused by pulmonary edema.
The muscles in the legs and arms often tremble noticeably, and the digestive tract is tormented by nausea and vomiting. In chronic renal failure, the first symptom may be unstable blood pressure and the so-called urine concentrate. Over time, you experience increased thirst and frequent urination. Usually, high blood pressure also develops.
The more permanent the disease, the more symptoms. Often there is itching of the skin, swelling of the limbs, painful cramps and the so-called restless leg syndrome. The circulatory system is also failing.There is shortness of breath after exercise, headaches, visual disturbances caused by arterial hypertension.
At night, patients suffer from attacks of breathlessness, and the frequent pain behind the sternum may suggest a heart attack. Hiccups and vomiting are permanent symptoms. With acute glomerulonephritis there is pain in the loin area, dark red urine, puffiness under the eyes and increased blood pressure.See the gallery of 5 photos