Anemia is a condition in which the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood is reduced, that develops when blood lacks enough healthy red blood cells. Oxygen is transported around the body by iron-containing pigment hemoglobin in the bloods erythrocytes (red blood cells); these cells are the main transporters of oxygen to organs. If red blood cells are also deficient in hemoglobin, then the body is not getting enough iron. Anemia can result from insufficient or abnormal hemoglobin in the red cell or inadequate or abnormal red cells in the circulating blood.
Symptoms, if anemic;
- Cold palms and sole
- Dyspnea (shortness of breath) on exertion happens
- Frequent headache
- Intermittent claudication of legs and even symptoms of heart failure
- Pale body
- Person is likely to fatigue most of the time, as organs aren’t getting enough oxygen
- Poor concentration
- Tiredness of body, or feelings of weakness or fatigue, general malaise
One may be able to fight off anemia by diet itself that includes beans and dark leafy greens (foods rich in iron, vitamin B12; Calcium can interfere with absorption of iron, so if one has to take iron and calcium supplements, take iron in morning and calcium in evening; most of the pregnant women develop anemia.
Anemia is a condition in which you don’t make enough red blood cells or those cells don’t have enough hemoglobin, a protein that carries oxygen from lungs to rest of body. Iron deficiency is the most common cause, but some people with anemia get plenty of iron and don’t absorb it properly.
A lack of folic acid or vitamin B12 can also prevent the body from making enough red blood cells and lead to anemia.
In sickle-cell anemia, an inherited condition, red blood cells are misshapen and unable to move through the body. Certain forms of anemia are hereditary and infants may be affected from the time of birth.
Women in childbearing years are particularly susceptible to a form of anemia called iron-deficiency anemia because of blood loss from menstruation and the increased blood supply demands during pregnancy.
Seniors also may have a greater risk of developing anemia because of poor diet and other medical conditions. Iron-deficiency anemia, the most common type, is very treatable with diet changes. Some forms of anemia like the anemia that develops during pregnancy-are even considered normal. Who’s at risk? If one doesn’t eat enough iron-rich foods or have heavy periods, ulcers, are pregnant or recently had surgery, there are chances to develop it. People who are undergoing radiation or chemotherapy or battling an infection are also at risk.
It’s dangerous as body is not getting enough oxygen and if left untreated, this can damage heart and other organs.
It’s diagnosed with a simple blood test called a complete blood count, or CBC.
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