These Body Signs Can Show A Potential Cardiovascular Disease
Among Them Are Rotten Gums And Loose Teeth, A Halo Around The Iris Of The Eye, And Blue Lips
The body can show some signs to indicate that there are potential cardiovascular problems. Among them are rotten gums and loose teeth, which means that the mouth is full of harmful bacteria, which can enter the bloodstream via the bleeding gums, causing an inflammation of the blood vessels, which can lead to cardiovascular disease. Another sign is a gray halo around the iris, which is the colored part of the eye. These are fat deposits, starts at the top or bottom of the eye until it completes a ring, and does not interfere with vision. According to specialists, this halo is present in 45% of people over 40 years, and 70% of people over 60 years. This halo has been related to a higher risk of coronary heart disease. Blue lips are also a sign of heart issues, due to the low concentration of oxygen in the blood, which shows on the lips. Blue lips can also appear with cold weather and at a high altitude. Check all the signs that the body can show a potential cardiovascular disease. Click here for more information.