Ive had a cold/flu for the past several days including mucus in throat/congestion, running stuffed nose, sinus pressure, ears feeling blocked, i guess a head cold, etc. well my cold is improving but ...
My 5 yr. old son is having a terrible time. He has just now come to the point of screaming and tears. He is afraid. Last week after a b/m there was a trickle of blood. I, of course, took him to the D...
Go to a doctor! It could be anything from poor nutrition to something way more serious. Don't ask us yahoo-s on Yahoo. :-) kidding, but seriously, you have to see a doctor.
Death? Lol seriously that doesn't sound very good at all. Please visit a doctor!
Not enough sleep. are you getting 8hours per night? Are you eating all your fruit&veg. if you are doing all of the above then do go and see your doctor. i am sure you are fine. i will keep you in my prayers.
God bless you love
There are many causes of dark circles, from age, heredity, allergies, cold or sinus infection, bone structure and glasses which are not so commonly known.
If you would like to apply home remedies to reduce dark circles, here are some of my suggestions:
Buy a box of regular, old fashioned unflavored gelatin (e.g. Knox) from grocery store. Take a small cup or bowl and put in 1 teaspoon of the gelatin mix. Add one tablespoon of boiling water & stir for a minute. Test it on your wrist to make sure it is not too hot. Then, using a cotton ball, pat it under your eyes as you would an eye cream or gel. Go lie down and listen to some music, or take a bath & let it stay on for at least 30 minutes. Then just rinse it off.Gelatin is very high in Vitamin K & Biotin. It will not remove your dark circles on the first application (but you will notice a difference), but if you do it daily for a week, and then 2-3 times a week for maintenance, you should notice a drastic reduction in dark circles.
To hide dark circles, you can use YSL concealer or salmon concealer..
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I'm not 100% sure, but it may be a Zinc deficiency... see a pharmacist or doctor...
Sounds obvious but could just be a lack of sleep or an erratic sleeping pattern. If not go to the doctor.
Anaemia and water retention? best go to the docs
Your probley just tired. You need to try going to bed earlier. Good luck!! =)
Could be a GLA deficiency. GLA is a fatty acid that is rarely found in food, yet is very important for overall health. Most people don't realize this. Signs of GLA deficiency include many of the things you mentioned, such as poor condition of skin, hair and nails. Supplementing with GLA can also help reduce bloating. I would recommend seeing a doctor but it can't hurt to try a supplement like Borage oil which is fairly inexpensive, very safe and very high in GLA.