We use them every day, but we often overlook or dismiss difficulties with our hands as minor inconveniences that will resolve themselves.
However, the palms, fingers, and nails of your hands can reveal information about your overall health.
Some signals may indicate that one of your essential organs is in serious danger.
If your palms have turned red for no apparent reason, it could be palmar erythema, sometimes known as "liver palms," an indication of liver illness.
The redness usually starts on the lower palms but can spread to the fingers and is caused by the dilatation of surface blood vessels in the hands as a result of poor liver function.
Palmar erythema affects about one-fourth of persons with liver cirrhosis, so if you have this symptom, talk to your doctor.