Definition of a disease by language – how to identify a disease by language
Diagnosis of diseases by language
A thin, whitish coating that can be easily removed can be a sign of damage to the stomach and small intestine. .
Weak white plaque signal of decreased acidity in the stomach and dysbiosis.
Thick light plaque can be a sign of infectious diseases, gastritis, intoxication of the body..
A dirty white-gray coating is characteristic of people who suffer from chronic constipation, also indicates microbes, parasites in the body.
Sticky, hard-to-remove gray plaque indicates chronic gastroenteritis, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer.
Greasy, silty deposits – food stagnation, accumulation of mucus are possible.
Stained violet plaque can be caused by stagnation of blood.
Yellow plaque occurs with liver and gall bladder problems.
A brown coating will tell about lung diseases, cancer is possible.
Dark brown plaque is observed with viral infection, parasites, severe infectious diseases.
Black plaque is a sign of disturbances in the digestive system, pay attention to the pancreas and gall bladder, it is also a sign of disturbances in the acid-base balance of the blood during dehydration.
If you notice white plaque around the edge and on the front third of the tongue, this is possibly due to lung diseases and chronic bronchitis .
Plaque slightly whitish in the middle third of the tongue is characteristic of gastritis, toxins in the small intestine and stomach, stomach ulcers and duodenal ulcers.
If plaque formed on the posterior third of the tongue, then there may be a pathology of the large intestine.
If white plaque is visible along the edges of the posterior third of the tongue, then you need to check the kidneys.
Signs by which you can identify the disease by language
The geographical language, its surface is covered with deep furrows and reliefs, of different colors and sizes, talks about chronic problems with the gastrointestinal tract, diathesis in children, worms .
A lacquered tongue with a shiny bright red, smooth surface can be caused by decreased secretion of gastric juice, atrophy of the taste buds, gastric cancer, and chronic colitis. If red lacquered spots are noticeable against the background of a normal pink color, then this is a sign of anemia.
If the papillae are inflamed, rough over the entire surface, then this may be a sign of high secretion of gastric juice.
Thinning of the tongue is a sign of a lack of nutrients, the development of cancer.
A thick, enlarged tongue indicates a decrease in thyroid function, pituitary disease, and mental illness..
A fold right in the middle of the tongue will tell about the condition of the spine, and its curvature in any part may indicate problems with the spine in the corresponding department. Curvature of the tip of the tongue evidence of cervical osteochondrosis of the middle root of the lumbar.
With trembling of the protruding tongue, special attention should be paid to the nervous system. This also indicates an increased production of thyroid hormones, alcoholism, epilepsy. If the protruding tongue is tilted to the side, then this is a signal of a malfunction of the brain or cerebral circulation (stroke).
In diseases of one or another half of the body – the left (spleen, left lung), right (right lung, liver), the corresponding half of the tongue can vary in volume, and the tip deviate.
Imprints of teeth on the side and front of the tongue are a sign of stressful conditions, neurosis, digestive problems, stomach and intestines.
Different furrows in size and depth occur with improper functioning of the heart and digestive system.
Deep fissures crossing the tongue will tell about vascular disorders of the brain.
If there are cracks on the sides of the tongue, then check the liver and gall bladder.
Dry tongue with many cracks in diabetes anemia diarrhea, fever .
Flat tongue sores can be caused by tuberculosis.
Foam stripes on both sides indicate rheumatism.
Burning tongue indicates stress, cervical osteochondrosis, anemia.
Pay attention to your language, maybe you will immediately find deviations from a healthy appearance and even try to identify the disease by language. But don’t panic immediately if you suddenly find a disease in your tongue, just take a closer look at your health and go to the doctor.
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