Can TikTok palm reading filter diagnose your health? No, the TikTok palm reading filter can’t tell you if you’re sick

If you’re a TikTok user, you’ve probably seen or heard of palm reading filters. This TikTok palm reading filter has caused quite a stir, with some users believing it can predict their health status. But is it really?

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The truth is, TikTok filters are a mixed bag. Some enhance or add features to users’ faces, while others “do” things, such as predicting their weight or the most used apps on their phone. However, there is no way that a filter can correctly guess personal information about every user, but any information it guesses correctly is by chance or sheer luck.

Videos of palm reading filters accurately predicting users’ conditions have gone viral, attracting some TikTokers to use the filter as a way to predict their future health. For example, one user, who described himself as “dying and chronically ill,” posted a video in which the filter asked him to “get a check up” because his “health line was broken.”

But the truth is, palm reading filters are not a reliable source of information about your health. It works by circling a user’s hand and then flipping a card, which gives the user a “proof” about their love life, health or wealth. All of this is unrelated to the actual practise of palm reading, which is done by people and not by artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality, or social media filters.

In fact, a subtle sign of a scam is when users are encouraged to try out a filter, use a TikTok audio, or participate in a trend for themselves to see if they get the desired results. And like the videos posted on TikTok, the palm reading filter’s ability to tell whether a user is sick or touching them in real life is a hoax.

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Even worse, several users of TikTok claim that the filter touched them “real life” when they used it. While the filter certainly didn’t jump off their phone and touch their palm, users’ reaction could be a placebo effect: they see their palm touching the screen and think they’re feeling something.

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Although palm reading filters can be fun, they are not a substitute for professional medical advice. Don’t let TikTok filters replace the importance of seeing a doctor or getting medical care. Approach what you see or hear on the Internet with a grain of salt & don’t believe Whatever you see or hear.

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