If you’re not feeling well, it’s always best to get checked out by a doctor. However, some symptoms can be difficult for your doctor to identify. This is especially true if you don’t have any obvious symptoms or if your symptoms aren’t severe enough to warrant a visit to the doctor.
To make things easier for both yourself and your doctor, here are some questions you should ask yourself:
Do you have any obvious symptoms?
- Do you have any obvious symptoms? If so, these may be signs of an underlying health problem. Common symptoms include fever, chills, cough, sore throat, runny nose, and red eyes.
- Get medical attention if you have any of these symptoms for more than 3 days:
- Headache or stiff neck
- Nausea or vomiting
- High fever (over 101 degrees Fahrenheit) for more than 1 day in a row
Do you constantly feel tired or short of breath?
- Are you getting enough sleep?
- Do you have any underlying health problems?
- Are you overweight?
- Do you smoke or drink alcohol?
- Are you under stress? It’s easy to forget how much stress can affect our health. Stress increases blood pressure, causes muscle tension, and raises the heart rate. If these things aren’t controlled then they can lead to chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular disease or even cancer.
If none of these answers seem like a good fit for your symptoms then it’s time to make an appointment with your doctor!
Are you male and over 40?
If you’re a man and over 40, you may want to be on the lookout for signs of heart disease. Men have a higher risk of heart disease than women, and studies suggest this is due to their greater likelihood of developing diabetes and high blood pressure earlier in life.
If your blood pressure is above 140/90mmHg or if you have high cholesterol levels (above 5mmol/l), talk to your doctor about ways you can reduce these risks.
Do you drink alcohol, smoke, or use drugs?
If you drink alcohol, smoke, or use drugs, you are at risk of developing liver disease. Alcohol is the most common cause of liver disease in the UK. Drinking too much can increase your risk of developing chronic (long-term) conditions such as alcoholic fatty liver disease and alcoholic hepatitis (an inflammation of the liver).
Smoking also damages your body’s organs, including your lungs and kidneys – not just your lungs if you’re a smoker! If you have a family history of any cancers or other conditions such as diabetes or heart problems it’s important to be aware that smoking can make these conditions worse.
Do you ever get a funny taste in your mouth?
If you have ever gotten a funny taste in your mouth, it could be a sign of an underlying health problem. The causes of this are numerous and include:
- Smoking, alcohol, or drugs
- Yeast infection
Do your muscles ache?
- Do you feel sore after exercising or when you wake up in the morning? Soreness that lasts more than a day could be a sign of underlying health problems.
- Muscle aches can be caused by many things, including stress, muscle strain, and overuse of the muscles. If you think your aches are related to an illness or injury, talk with your doctor.
Are your fingers and toes always cold?
If you have cold fingers and toes, it may be a sign of poor circulation. This is often caused by things like heart disease, diabetes, thyroid problems, or poor nutrition. It can also be a symptom of Raynaud’s disease—a condition where blood vessels in your extremities constrict when they’re exposed to cold temperatures (and then expand again as they warm up).
Are the whites of your eyes yellowish or greyish?
Are the whites of your eyes yellowish or greyish?
If so, you may have jaundice. A yellowing of the skin is a sign that your liver isn’t working properly. This can be caused by alcohol or drug use, reactions to certain medications (including some acne treatments), or even too much time in the sun.
Have you lost a lot of weight recently without trying to do so?
If you’ve lost a significant amount of weight without trying to do so, this may be an indication that you have some underlying health problems.
Certain health problems can cause unexplained weight loss, including:
- Liver disease
- Kidney disease
- Thyroid disorders (hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism)
Do you often have severe headaches, especially at night or early in the morning?
Headaches can be a symptom of many underlying health problems. Some common headaches are caused by stress or depression and may be related to your lifestyle and overall well-being. If you have severe headaches, especially at night or early in the morning, it’s important to see your doctor as soon as possible so they can determine what is causing them.
If any of these apply to you, talk with your doctor.
If you are not sure, talk with your doctor. Your doctor can help you figure out if you have any underlying health problems. Your doctor will also be able to help you manage them and stay healthy.
How Archangels helps us with our health problems
Archangels are known for their healing powers. They can help with a wide range of health problems, from physical sickness to emotional troubles. Some people find that they can’t get treatment for their health issues because they can’t afford it; others might not have access to medical care at all. Even if you have access to a doctor and medicine, sometimes it’s hard to get better when you’re dealing with chronic pain or stress-related illness.
Archangels can help by removing any blocks that are preventing you from getting better and providing guidance on how to heal yourself. They can also use their energy to enhance the effectiveness of any medicine or treatment you’re already receiving, which makes them an excellent complement to conventional medicine.
Prayer to Connect with Your Angels
Dearest Angels in Heaven,
I call upon you now. I want to connect with you, my angels. Please come and be with me as I write this prayer.
I am writing this prayer because I want to connect with my angels and ask them for help. My life has been filled with challenges, and I feel like there is a lot that I need help with right now.
I want to heal from some of the things that have happened in my life, and I am looking for guidance on how to do this.
Please send me signs that you’re there—signs that will let me know that you are listening and working on helping me heal.