Find Out What The Half Moon Shape On Your Nails Mean!!
You see the whitish half moon shape on your nails like this one? That's the most sensitive part of your nail and must be can taken care of. Take care to ensure it's not damaged....ever.
#6 Does the half moon shape have a name?
Yes, it does! The whitish half-moon shape on your finger's nail is called the 'lunula.' Which translates to small moon in latin. And it is a very important factor of the body as it indicates many health implications.
#5 Why it is important.....
The white half-moon is actually the visible root of the nail. Which is why it must be looked after with care. Also, as long as your lunula remains undamaged you will be able to grow nails....otherwise its pretty tough to grow one if the lunula is damaged, since the nails grow permanently deformed.
As long the lunula remains intact and the rest of the nail is surgically removed, the nail will grow back. The lunula is predominantly visible on the thumb. As for the other fingers, it might be faintly visible due to eponychium, the thickened layer of skin surrounding fingernails and toenails that cover the lunula.
The lunula are actually indicators of the health condition in the body. As per the Chinese, the absence of lunula indicates anemia and malnutrition while a bluish/pale lunula indicates possible diabetes.
#2 Indicate the condition of the heart
If the lunula is covered by red smudges, it is indicating that there is a problem with your cardiovascular system. On the other hand, a lack of lunula (or a very small one) indicates indigestion and toxin overload in the body.
The half moon shaped Lunula has influenced a couple of nail polish design and art. Aren't they lovely?Your thoughts?
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