Brainteasers are a great way to push the brain to its limits by stretching its capabilities in the form of short mental challenges.
Some brainteasers test your mathematical skills whilst others, like this one, developed by Capital Hair and Beauty, test your eyesight and observational skills.
Your task is to find the nail file in a field full of bright pink nail varnishes.
According to the Daily Record, people who can spot the file in under a minute are great at brainteasers.
Can you spot the nail file in less time?
Did you spot the nail file? No worries if not, the answer is circled above.
While it is important to look after your nails, they can sometimes be the key to spotting underlying conditions.
According to some experts, if the nail beds appear washed out or have a white colour with a thin reddish-brown stripe near the tip, this could be a sign of diabetes or kidney failure.
Known as Terry’s Nails, it can also be a sign of liver disease, cirrhosis, heart failure, and hepatitis.
It is important that if Terry’s nails are spotted that your GP is alerted and an investigation into the cause of Terry’s Nails is undertaken.
Diabetes is one of the most common conditions in the UK. There are two types, type 1 and type 2. Type 2 diabetes is the most common and happens when the body isn’t producing enough insulin.
Type 1 diabetes on the other hand is a lifelong condition where the body’s immune system attack and destroys cells in the body which produce insulin.
The NHS say symptoms of diabetes can include feeling very thirsty, peeing more than usual, feeling very tired, weight loss, loss of muscle bulk, itching around the genitalia, and blurred vision.