Itchy skin rashes
You may see merely small rashes on the butt, elbow, knees, or scalp, don’t overlook the signs. What if it’s a celiac disease that causes an intestinal attack if not treated earlier?
You should check with a doctor who’ll biopsy and get antibodies indicating it’s celiac after which purely eating gluten-free diets; itchiness should vanish.
Frequenting the washrooms
Frequent urination could be the onset of type 2 diabetes.
Your body’s ability to breakdown food into finer particles is limited; hence more sugar builds up in the blood that destroys your vessels and nerves. The burden is then thrown to your kidney, resulting in urination.
Frequently quenching for water isn’t healthy. Sometimes, it’s the food ingested- too salty or spicy. If not, the thirst can signify diabetes type 2 or pregnancy.