Our health is a gift from God that we are entrusted to look after throughout our whole life. Although, even if we eat well, and take care of ourselves health issues can still pop up from time to time. In fact, there are even some small health issues that can be a sign of something a lot more serious, read on to find out what they are so you can nip any significant problems in the bud.


You go to the toilet a lot.


OK, so it’s not always the most pleasant thing to talk about, but if you have noticed an increase in the amount or frequency that you urinate, it might be time to get checked out. The reason for this is because increased urination, especially when accompanied by an increased thirst can be a sign of diabetes.


Diabetes is a condition where your body cannot regulate its blood sugar because it produces too much or too little insulin. This means that your blood sugar can rise dangerously high or fall dangerously low. It comes in two types. One type is caused by being overweight and having a poor diet is known as type 2, and the other that occurs on its own as a fault in the body is known as type 1. Both conditions are very treatable though, so be sure to seek help if these symptoms apply to you.


You have swollen legs and spider veins.


Now, most people think that if they are suffering from swelling in the legs, as well as spider and varicose veins it is an unpleasant aesthetic issue and not much more. However, such symptoms can be indicative of a much more serious problem known as vascular disease.


In particular, a condition known as Chronic Venous Insufficiency were the veins are no longer able to carry enough oxygenated blood around the body can be extremely problematic and this means making an appointment with your local vascular doctors is a must for anyone suffering from these symptoms.  They can then be treated with very simple procedures that can resolve the issue entirely or significantly improve it.


You are always tired.


Now, being tired all the time is a tough symptom to address. The reason for this is because there are a whole range things that could be causing it, some minor and some more dangerous to your long-term health if they go undetected.


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Find out more on why tiredness could be more than a minor problem.


For example, being exhausted may be a symptom of the lifestyle you are leading. Have you got a baby that isn’t sleeping through the night, or are you out every evening burning the candle at both ends? Both can result in you feeling more tired than you usually would.


However, there are medical conditions such as heart problems, depression, and thyroid issues that may cause you to be unnaturally tired all the time. With that in mind, if you feel that your exhaustion is disproportionate to your life, or is increasing with no discernible reason why it is wise to get your doctor to investigate this small health issue. After all, it could be a sign of a much bigger problem that needs urgent treatment and care.