Anemia-Causes, symptoms and cure

Anemia which means a “lack of blood,” it is one of the most common diseases affecting the human being.
Anemia is a health condition in which blood has red blood cells below normal.
It can also occur when your blood cells don’t contain enough hemoglobin.

Anemia causes

It can result from reduced or low formation of red blood cells. Due to an inadequate intake of iron and protein. Or, a substantial loss of blood due to injury, or bleeding piles.
A lack of digestive of hydrochloric acid needed for digestion of iron and proteins cause anemia.
Worry and anxiety may interfere with the manufacture of hydrochloric acid.
Symptoms include
  • A tired face, with lines of strain
  • premature wrinkles
  • grayish skin
  • Tired looking eyes.
  • Poor memory
  • dizziness
  • fatigue, lack of energy
  • and slow healing of wounds.

The Cure

You can prevent anemia easier than you can cure. A liberal intake of iron in the formative years can go a long way in preventing iron-deficiency anemia. Diet is the most important in treating anemia.

You should consume iron-rich foods:

  • Rice
  • green leafy vegetables
  • cabbage
  • carrot
  • celery
  • spinach
  • tomatoes
  • apples
  • berries
  • cherries
  • raisins
  • figs
  • dates
  • peaches
  • eggs.

A generous intake alone of iron will not help in regeneration of hemoglobin. You should also include protein in your diet.

Taking the entire B-vitamins, it is essential in preventing anemia.

Beets are very important in curing anemia. 
Beet juice contains multiple nutrients such as calcium, potassium, sulfur, iodine, iron, copper, vitamins B1, B2, B6, C and P.
It supplies the body with fresh oxygen and keeps the normal functioning of vascular breathing.
Iron is the classic remedy for anemia. However, there are several forms of anemia, and iron deficiency anemia is only one.
If one is taking iron pills due to insufficient intake of iron in the average diet, one should also take at least 40 mg. of folic acid every day, along with 10 to 25 mg. of vitamin B12.
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