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As I’ve gotten older, those vertical ridges on my nails seem to be getting more and more prominent. I really noticed those ugly lines recently in the food pictures on my blog. That’s when I decided to do some research to see if those ridges meant anything about my health, and if there was anything I could do to get rid of them. It turns out, they are most likely due to simply getting older (kind of like wrinkles), but can also mean a deficiency.
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Onychorrhexis are vertical ridges on the nails. They develop with age and are caused by lack of moisture. Find out how to deal with them.
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Have you noticed in the past few years that those vertical ridges on your fingernails seem to be getting more and more prominent? I've learned that they could be a deficiency or even health issue, but that aging also plays a part. I've also gone on a hunt to see what I can do to help lessen the appearance. #beauty #manicure #health
Longitudinal ridging is found on the nails in the shape of vertical marks or lines running from the base of the fingernail to the top.
These subtle changes could clue you in to some bigger issues.
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Find Out Whether Those Ridges On Your Fingernails Are Harmful Or Not
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6/26/2020 ~ The picture above shows ridges on my bending fingernail at left and on my splitting nail in…
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Vitamin deficiency nails are caused by a lack of nutrients in the body or a medical condition. Read to know about different nail conditions and how to fix them.
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While vertical nail ridges may sometimes reveal a nutrient deficiency, they commonly occur as a normal sign of aging.
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