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According to Dana R. Hando, Nails Help to Illustrate Total Body Health
Date:5/20/2013

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) May 20, 2013

Dana R. Hando knows that nails are an important part of the body. After her years of experience in a salon, she has seen nails of different shapes, sizes, and colors. Now Dana is speaking out on a new article that explains how this small body part can actually serve as a clue to the health of the rest of the body. A piece from The Huffington Post explains that checking the fingernails for abnormalities can help a person pick up on early warning signs of medical conditions.

Nails that are unusually pale, bordering on ghostly, may signal anemia, which is a blood disorder that involves low red blood cell count. Shilpi Agarwai, who is a board-certified family medicine doctor, explains, “Anemia resulting from low levels of iron can lead to inadequate oxygen in the blood, which causes the skin and tissues to become pale, particularly the tissues under the nails.”

Individuals who notice that their nails have gotten thicker or taken on a yellow tone should also make an appointment to see a doctor about the issue. These kinds of nail issues do not just look unpleasant, they can actually indicate a more serious problem. Nails that are thick and yellow-ish in color usually happen when a fungal infection has taken place in the nail bed. Simply applying topical medications often fails to help the problem, since the infection is taking place deep underneath the nail plate. In order to fully cure the problem, a doctor can prescribe an oral medication, which penetrates right down to where the infection is taking place.

Dana R. Hando comments on this advice stating, “Many people think that nails are just for buf
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