Saturday, December 31, 2011

Warning Signals from Our Body - Your Hands

        Take a close look at your hand, you may see some small blood vessels on your palm or your finger and they are blue veins. Generally speaking, the less the blue vines appear on the hand, the healthier the person is.  Multiple blue veins on your fingers and your palm indicate chronic constipation. The blue veins on the side of your thumb indicate inadequate blood in your head and frequency headache and dizziness.

        Blue vines at the base of thumb indicate possibility of atherosclerosis. The thicker the vines, the longer and more serious the problem is. Thinner and shallower vines indicate that the person suffers atherosclerosis only for a short time and the patient may not experience any discomfort under normal circumstances yet. At this point, the patient only suffers chest pain when they are fatigue and in bad mood and the condition will be improved after resting.

        The blue vines in the area of your palm under the thumb indicate irregular heartbeats, premature beats, and palpitation. Blue vine at the area of your palm close to your wrist means serious internal cold and dampness with negative impact on the heart, and it associated with symptoms of back pain, back soar, and joint pain. The long and deep blue vine on the outside of index finger means the person has healthy issues since childhood. The person with such vein suffers from poor digestion and malnutrition with a weak body and is sick frequently. 
         
         Blue vine on the middle finger indicates frequent headaches and dizziness. If the person with blue vine on the middle finger also has vines at the side of thumb, (s)he suffers headaches and dizziness since childhood, it is due to poor blood supply to the brain.
Blue vine at the base of middle finger indicates cerebral arteriosclerosis. If it appears on the left side (the side close to thumb), then cerebral arteriosclerosis and meridian blockage on left side are serious which result frequent discomfort on the left side of the head, and vice verse.  Dark blue vines on both sides of the middle finger means cerebral arteriosclerosis is already very serious.

         Person with blue vine at outside of pinkie finger suffers from Qi deficient in kidney at birth, enuresis as a child, and kidney problems as an adult. In addition, the person is lack of strength in his/her back and leg. The longer and deeper the vine, the more severe the problem is. Blue vines in the middle of palm above the wrist are signs for allergy and the person may have drug allergies and foods allergies, eczema, psoriasis and other skin diseases. 

18 comments:

  1. You made my friend cry she thinks she's going to die now... thanks

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  2. Nowhere on this article do they imply that "your friend" is going to die. They are simply stating in health terms what each vein symbolizes and what possible threats they may have to each person's body. Your friend is being overly sensitive and should consult her physician. You on the other hand, for posting this idiotic post..I have no words for.

    To quote above: "The purpose of this blog is to share with you the most sustainable way to reach true health."

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    1. In this article 'they' dont EVEN spell the word 'vein' correctly, almost immediately and throughout. How can I trust this information? LOL!! Maybe I am wrong and in some places the words vein and vine are interchangeable in this context?

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  3. Your attitude represents much that is wrong, and what I loathe, in the delivery of medical information to ‘the public’ as a whole. Your attitude is nothing short of disgusting. I’m sure even you realise that there is some information/content on the internet that can be shocking, misconstrued and upsetting to most if not all of us. Try and see it that way.

    I'm sure you lack the moral fibre and/or empathy to apologise so I guess your job here is done Jess Lee.

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  4. What is wrong with these people. The article is fine.

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    1. Only about a million spelling errors, not to mention the numerous grammatical mistakes...?

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  5. HELP IM DYING HEELLLLPPP my cerebal atherosclerosis is taking over!!

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  6. Why did it say blue "vine" instead of "vein" so much haha

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    1. Coz the writer is vein!!!!, they don't need to spell accurately !!! ;-)

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  7. Well I guess I'm good because I don't have blue (vines)! Lol tell your friend she ain't dying over no vines baby!

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    1. I've got green vines growing outside my window , am I going to die!!?!!? ;-0

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    2. My Vines are bulging..lol 😂😂😂

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  8. I truly believe that these are facts. A few days ago I noticed multiple blue veins on my palm suddenly showed up. So, I searched about it and found this article that says "Multiple blue veins on your fingers and your palm indicate chronic constipation" and remembered that I've been constipated for days. Now i know!!!! Thank you for sharing these information. LoLzzz :-) :-) :-)

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    1. Who in their right mind goes without pooping for days, and then think's that everything must be ok now with knowing they have blue veins.... Good god people see a doctor if you can't poop!!!

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  9. Question: How many times can one blogger spell "veins" wrong?
    Answer: 13 TIMES
    In a blogpost entirely about veins, I feel like it should be spelled correctly at least 80% of the time...that's a very low bar.

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