When something goes wrong in your body and you are likely to develp a health defect as a result, there are many weird ways your body can give you signals. This way, you can tell if you are healthy or you need a step up in your daily nutrients intake or workout sessions. Below are 3 of them:
1. Sudden or salty sweat
Every normal human being sweats, but some people do sweat a bit more than others, due to different reasons such as stress or heat. Also, some people emit more sodium in their sweat compared to others; this can make the sweat really salty. In this case, you should be aware that your body is losing so much salt, which alters the sodium levels in your body, and this should be replenished. You should also understand that although sweating while working out is not out of the norm, a sudden breakout of sweat should be given proper attention, as it could be a sign of dangerous health defects.
2. The state of your pee
Your pee is in its ideal state if it is pale and plentiful, or even has a deep amber color. When it becomes dark, fluorescent-yellow or orange-red, it is a sign that you are dehydrated or you’ve ingested too much of vitamin C. In this case, you can fix it by drinking adequate water, or by cutting down on your daily intake of vitamin C for a short while. However, when your pee color becomes dark or brownish, it is probably porphyria (a disorder that threatens the nervous system). You should see a doctor,in such cases.
Sometimes, people see blood stains in their urine, which could be as a result of urinary tract infection (UTI) or kidney stones, often coupled with pain. If, on the other hand, you do not feel any pain, it could be bladder cancer. Whichever the case might be, you should see a physician at this stage.
Orange colored pee could indicate damage to the liver, which can also give rise to symptoms such as yellow tint to the skin and eyes. The odor of your urine is also very important; if it is sweet smelling, it could be a sign of diabetes or of poor metabolism, and a musty scent can also be linked with liver disease. Also note that the smell of your urine can result from the kind of food you’ve just eaten or from some medication you might be taking. Healthy urine contains mostly water, and should give off little scent.
Whenever you notice these two weird signs, don’t ignore them, as your body may be trying to warn you of something harmful. Be sure to deal with whatever symptoms you notice, as soon as you can, before the underlying condition becomes aggravated.