BED BUGS are rife in British homes after a perfect summer for reproduction. Bites can cause raised red spots and itching if a person has a bad reaction. But how can you tell if it’s bed bugs that have bitten you, and how can you get rid of the household pest?
HIGH blood pressure symptoms could be difficult to spot, which is why hypertension is often named ‘the silent killer’. But you could be at risk of high blood pressure if you have these tell-tale signs.
HEART attack symptoms include chest pain, a pain in the arm, or feeling dizzy, and they usually vary from person to person. You could be at risk of deadly myocardial infarction signs if you have these uncommon symptoms. Are you at risk?
PARKINSON’S disease symptoms tend to develop slowly over a long period of time, but can include tremors and muscle stiffness. One of the more common signs of the neurodegenerative condition is a change to the way you walk – if you walk like this, you could be at risk.
VITAMIN B12 deficiency symptoms include feeling very tired, difficulty breathing, and feeling faint. You should add more vitamin B12 foods to your diet if you have this sign of the condition on your skin. Are you at risk?
FLU symptoms often overlap with having a cold, and it can be difficult to tell when your flu virus is actually a serious infection. These are the common signs that your cold is actually the flu, and how to prevent it.
TYPE 2 diabetes symptoms aren’t always easy to spot because they don’t necessarily make a person feel unwell. Itchy skin is a symptoms commonly associated with the condition but there are other signs on the skin to be wary of.
VITAMIN D deficiency symptoms include tiredness, aches and pains, and excessive sweating. But you could also be at risk of the deficiency, and should add more vitamin D foods to your diet, if you have this sign on your head. Does your hair look like this?
DIABETES type 2 symptoms can be difficult to spot as they don’t necessarily make you feel unwell. But you could be at risk of high blood sugar if you have these “unusual” signs. Are you at risk of the condition?
PARKINSON’S disease symptoms develop gradually over a long period of time, and they could be caused by nerve damage in the brain. Adding this cheap sauce to your dinner diet could reduce signs and symptoms of the neurodegenerative condition.