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eljbk

  1 month ago

What Causes Anaemia

Anemia is an abnormal drop in the level of hemoglobin in the blood. Hemoglobin is found in red blood cells , the amount of which varies depending on sex and age. The main cause of anemia is iron deficiency, but it can have other causes as well.
Hemoglobin helps carry oxygen around the body, which is why people with the condition get more tired quickly as their hearts have to work twice as hard to deliver the same dose of oxygen. The main one cause is the nutritional deficiency of iron, which is essential for the production and proper functioning of hemoglobin, It can also be a lack of certain vitamins such as vitamin B12 or vitamin B9 (folic acid). Apart from iron deficiency, it can also come from kidney disease, inflammatory disease, bone marrow malfunction, drug treatments or repeated bleeding.

Women who have heavy periods are often affected and also pregnant women, their iron level needs to be higher than other people because of the growth of the fetus. People who are anaemic often feel dizzy, the skin becomes whitish, especially the eyes and hands. Sometimes the hemoglobin level gets low because of being sick for long time.
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Wags8

  1 month ago
Anaemia is a condition that occurs in the body due to a deficiency of redblood cells in the body.A patient may become light-headed,get heart beat faster,shortness of breath and skin pallors. Reply
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mkayjunior

  1 month ago
thank you for the helpful information Reply
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t6254547

  1 month ago
Lots of water, spinach, beetroot and vitamin B12 supplements will help. Avoid drinking very cold water or eating ice cubes Reply
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