Changes in your body are visible to you from your physical appearance of your skin itself. The skin is the largest organ of the body and the strange changes in any organs of your body indicate signs of your health. Similarly, some changes in your hands also tell a lot about your health. (Also read: Why do we need sunlight in order to stay fit and healthy)
Let’s know what your hands indicate about your health
Shivering in hands
If your hands shiver, then there may be a simple reason behind that you are consuming too much caffeine, medication, asthma medication or anti-depressant medicines. If not, then it is possible that you are suffering from Parkinson’s disease, in this case, you should seek the doctor’s advice.
If your nails are very fragile and often break down, then it is a sign that there is a lack of zinc in your body. So start eating zinc-containing food such as oats, nuts and meat.
Skin forming layers
If the skin of your hands explodes and the layers are formed on it, there is a lack of vitamin B in it. In this case, you should consume biotin-containing substances. You can eat peanut, mushroom, avocado, tuna etc. (Also read: What are the health mistakes people make during winter season)
Due to increasing age, your skin may have such scars. But one reason may be sun exposure, you may also get these stains from contact with the harmful UV rays of the sun. So use sunscreen on hands.
Dryness and itching in hands
If there are itching and dryness then you can go for moisturising. Still, if there is regular itching on your hands, it may be possible that you are suffering from eczema. It is a skin disease in which your skin becomes rusty, it starts to be itchy. In this case, use lotions of Vitamin A, avoid frequent bleeding and use a lotion with Vitamin E.
If your nails are becoming soft and turn easily, then it is a sign of hypocalcemia, according to which there is a lack of calcium and protein in your body. So eat protein-rich dairy substances. (Also read: What are the unhealthy habits you should avoid in your 20s)