Strange condition of nails named as a sign of vitamin B12 deficiency

A symptom that appears on the nails can signal a lack of vitamin B12 in the body.

In the material of the medical publication Wound Care Learning Network it is said that nails can acquire a specific brownish-gray color. At the same time, white nails signal anemia, and pink-red ones – a lack of several vitamins.

Vitamin B12 is noted to support the production of red blood cells as well as the proper functioning of the nervous system.

Headaches, fatigue and loss of appetite may indicate a deficiency of this element. In addition, a person may regularly turn pale and their tongue turns brownish blue.

Previously doctor and TV presenter Alexander Myasnikov named a distinctive feature of taking vitamin D.


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