How to Know If You Have A Heart Disease Using Only with Fingers And Nails.


“When fingertips and nails develop a bulbous end – looking like a club or drumstick in the most extreme cases – it’s often due to a decrease in available oxygen in the body and could signal chronic lung disease, including cystic fibrosis and lung cancer,” 

Clubbing of the fingers or toes

Common symptoms of clubbing:
  • The nail beds soften. The nails may seem to "float" instead of being firmly attached.
  • The nails forms a sharper angle with the cuticle.
  • The last part of the finger may appear large or bulging. It may also be warm and red.
  • The nail curves downward so it looks like the round part of an upside-down spoon.
Clubbing can develop quickly, often within weeks. It also can go away quickly when its cause is treated.
Clubbing is changes in the areas under and around the toenails and fingernails that occur with some disorders. The nails also show changes.



"Daliri at Kuko: Makikita Kung May Sakit sa Puso (Congenital Heart Disease)
Video ni Doc Willie Ong at Doc Liza Ong LIVE #317
1. Sa hugis ng DALIRI, puwedeng malaman kung may Sakit sa Puso.
2. Clubbing ang tawag dito kung saan kulang ang oxygen sa katawan.
3. Tandaan: Itong test ay para lang sa Congenital Heart Disease. Kung may Bara sa iyong puso, NORMAL pa rin ang hugis ng daliri." -DR. Willie Ong

Watch the video below: 

                                    source: youtube