All Things You Need To Know Anemia

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The most common is the anemia in blood diseases. Sometimes it occurs due to the bad work of the stomach and its inability to use the valuable substances that are found in the food.
Pallor, loss of strength, appetite, and concentration are characteristic of anemia. One of the ways to treat is to use fresh fruits and whole grains in the diet. This is understood to mean spinach, red fruits, and vegetable.

What is anemia?

Anemia describes a reduced number of red blood cells (erythrocytes) or hemoglobin in the blood. It is often considered that the cause of anemia is reduced iron intake through food, but the causes of anemia can be different:
– increased iron demand
– disturbance in the absorption of iron from the digestive system
– reduced iron intake by diet
– various diseases, chronic bleeds

Apart from iron, for the high-quality work of red blood cells, vitamin B12 and folate are needed. Red blood cells transmit oxygen from the lungs to all parts of the body. Without enough vitamin B12 and folic acid, red blood cells are not sufficiently developed and cannot perform their function of quality.

Primary iron deficiency is manifested in the liver and bone marrow, resulting in reduced red blood cell production and eventually develops anemia.

Anemia is very common in the elderly, especially in women in the reproductive age. The most common anemia population is infants, children, adolescents, and pregnant women.

The most common symptoms of anemia include fatigue, exhaustion, brittle nails, weak hair, decreased appetite, pale skin color, headache, shortness of breath, problems with concentration, dizziness, buzzing in the ears, irregular heart rhythm, restless leg syndrome, and more.

Syrup for all types of anemia

100 grams of nettle seeds are minced for 2-3 minutes in a mill, to be like flour. In a jar of honey, a full 2/3 is place slowly minced nettle seeds and start to mix. If the honey is cold, it is difficult to homogenize the mixture, put the jar in a pot with warm water on a low heat. After 5 – 15 minutes, careful stirring will result in thick syrup. Store in a refrigerator or at room temperature and use one tablespoon 1/2 hours before eating. The syrup results and normalizes the blood count for 2 weeks.

Also:  Take 1 liter of good natural red wine and place 100 grams of honey in it. Let it stand one day. Drink one cup in the morning before eating and at night before bedtime.

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