White spot on the nail
White spot in the nail is a type of nail disorder that occurs in connection with another disease called hypoalbuminemia (lower blood albumin than normal). This disease is characterized by complete whiteness or a white spot on the nail. This condition can appear by taking cytotoxic drugs (a type of anti-cancer drug) on the nail, in which case white parallel lines appear on the nail. White spots have developed as a side effect of chemotherapy in several patients with glandular disease. Sometimes white nails occur due to arsenic poisoning (a type of toxic substance), lung infections or kidney failure.
This disease can be in many forms, in the form of white spots, white lines, and white broken lines. Change in the color of the small dermatrix of the nail (nail root), whiteness, pink or red color in more than half of the nail, white spots on the sides of the nail near the cuticle is one of the types of this disease. White lines are defined as transverse lines on the nail, while white interrupted lines show the whole nail as white, and white spots sometimes appear on the nail.
Bio – beau lines
These lines are defined as deep furrowed lines on the fingernail, which appear from one side of the nail to the other side. These lines are generally bilateral and occur during several physical diseases, such as temporary stoppage of nail growth. Doctors also believe that these diseases can occur due to infection or some problems in the nails. Unilateral bio line is very unusual and this line appears as a raised or depressed fracture on the nail. Bio lines can occur for several reasons.
One of these causes is malnutrition. Lack of iron and zinc and in conditions such as anemia or diabetes and major metallurgical problems can cause this disease in the nails. This problem can be solved by cleaning the nails, by keeping the nails short and using a nail moisturizer and nail cuticle (a thin layer of skin in the part where the nail grows, which the nail is fed from) and He used less nail polish and nail cleaners.
Yellow nail syndrome
This type of nail disorder is very rare. This disorder is a combination of lymph bronchiectasis (a chronic disease of bronchial dilation in the lungs with bad breath) and pneumonia or pleurisy. The symptoms of this disease are swelling of the lymph nodes in different parts of the body, especially in the hands and feet. 50% of this disease is difficult to treat. This disease occurs more often in toenails than in fingernails and causes the nail plate to separate from the nail blade (the nail blade is the white part of the nail that grows outward). Both the nail and the skin under the nail can be affected by this disease and it can turn that part of the skin yellow, black, white and green. This disease is often associated with diabetes and respiratory disorders. Yellow nail syndrome is more likely to occur in middle age, but under hereditary factors, it can also put young people at risk of this disease.
Flip your nails over and see what color they are. Are they bright and pink or blue and blue? Are they shiny and hard or do they break easily and are they linear? You may see these seven signs mentioned below on your nails, don’t just think about the beauty of your hands and feet and don’t try to cover up the flaws and health of your nails with manicure. Researchers say that if the nails do not have a good shape and color, in addition to the nails becoming ugly, they are also a sign of a disease that you should not ignore.