5 surprising things that can tell you about your

heart health

1) Skin Color Changes: Changes in skin color, such as a bluish tint, may indicate poor circulation or heart problems. 

2) Persistent Rashes:  Chronic rashes or skin conditions might be linked to underlying heart issues, such as inflammation or infection. 

3) Swelling:  Swelling in the legs, ankles, or feet could be a sign of fluid retention, often associated with heart failure. 

4) Nail Abnormalities:  Clubbing or changes in the shape and texture of nails may suggest reduced oxygen levels in the blood, a potential indicator of heart or lung problems. 

5) Yellowish Skin Tone: Yellowing of the skin, especially around the eyes, might signal liver or heart problems, such as jaundice or cholesterol deposits.