Your tongue would not lie! Know what it is a co-lour can say about to your health.

Your tongue would not lie! Know what it is a co-lour can say about to your health.

You can be determine in the general condition of your health while a sitting at the home. All you have to do is a examine in the co-lour of your tongue.

Do you make a habit of the  checking in the co-lour of your tongue? If not, it may be time you start doing so, because it says to a lot about your health. Our tongue does not always remain pink in a co-lour. You can notice a some slight changes to the co-lour of your tongue when you are suffering from a health problem.

If you do not believe in this, check in the co-lour of your tongue if you catch a fever or a suffer from stomach problems. If you have been to a doctor for a regular health check up, you will be remember in the moment they tell you to put out your tongue while they are examine it with a flashlight. They do it because it has been a traditional practice among in the doctors to determine in the general health of their patients by a examining in their tongues.

You need to the worry about in these co-lour changes if they are persist for more than a couple of the days. Pooja Luthra, a nephropathy scholar, shared a reel through her Instagram account, where she can be seen talking about the various colors of the tongue and what they say about our health.

What does the co-lour of your tongue say about to your health?

1. Pink

Pink, with a slight white coating, is the natural co-lour of your tongue. It means that you are completely healthy and your body is a functioning in a normal way. A healthy tongue will be have small fleshy bumps here and there which will be give to your tongue to a coarse texture.

2. Yellow

A yellow tongue is often associated with a stomach problems. If you have a digestive or a gastric issues to your tongue will be a yellowish in a color. A study published in the US National Library of the Medicine also  claims that a yellow tongue can be a sign of the Type 2 diabetes. A yellow tongue can also be a side effect of the having jaundice or can also be because of the poor oral hygiene which has led to the accumulation of the bacteria on your tongue.

3. White or grey

Our tongues usually have to a white coating but if it seems whiter than a usual with a some grey areas, it may be a sign of the yeast infection in your body. White patches on the tongue can also be a observed if you are suffering from a leukoplakia which are often results from a smoking or a due to the consumption of other tobacco products.

4. Purple

Your tongue turns purple when there is a poor circulation of the blood in your body. Improper blood circulation can be a caused because of the various lung or a heart related issues. If you are suffering from a heart condition then you will be observe a purple tongue for a long period of the  time.

5. Red

A bright red tongue is a usually swollen and bumpy and is a termed as “strawberry tongue” by the doctors. It often indicates blood disorders or a heart issues. It can also be an a indication of the vitamin B deficiency or a scarlet fever.

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