7 Signs of Anemia That You May Not Be Aware Of And How To Treat It

7 Signs of Anemia That You May Not Be Aware Of And How To Treat It






Anemia is a condition that prevents your body from getting enough healthy red blood cells. This means in other words that it does not contain enough hemoglobin or when these cells do not do what they are supposed to do. These cells are responsible for bringing oxygen to our body and for remove carbon dioxide. If these processes do not work properly, we are poisoned by carbon dioxide. The causes are numerous, as is the treatment.



Signs of anemia


The causes of this condition could be very different. We are all tired and tired from time to time, of course, but if most of these symptoms can be applied to you, it is worth checking them out.

Having pale skin and inside lower eyelids
When our body lacks oxygen or suffers from a reduced number of red blood cells, our skin can change color and we are very pale. This applies not only to the face but to the whole body, especially the hands and the inner part of the lower eyelids, as well as the tongue.

Irregular heart rate

Low hemoglobin levels force the heart to work harder than normal to pump blood into our system. He must redouble his efforts to try to give us enough oxygen, which could lead to an irregular heartbeat.

Tired

In the event that our organs do not receive the right amount of oxygen, the body has to work much harder to produce enough energy for daily functioning, which makes us tired and tired.

Concentration problems

All of the body's organs need oxygen to function properly and the brain is no exception. If the level of oxygen is lower than what is necessary, we are not able to think clearly and suffer from poor concentration.

Thinning of the nails

If your nails are fragile or develop a spoon shape, this may indicate another common but less well-known symptom of anemia. Our nails need oxygen to stay healthy.

Cracks at the corners of your lips

Many people have dry or cracked lips sometimes because of wind, sun or cold temperatures, but anemia can cause specific cracks that affect the corners of the lips.

Unusual cravings for non-nutritious substances
Scientists still have no explanation as to why anemia causes these strange cravings, but the most common are cravings for dirt, chalk or ice.

Natural treatment for anemia


There are many types of anemia and the treatment will be different depending on the cause of this condition.

1. Improve gastric acid levels.

When our stomach does not produce enough acid, our body can not break down food to the required degree, which could lead to malabsorption of minerals and vitamins, including iron and vitamin B12. You consume enough nutrients with your foods and supplements, but they just do not get into your system.

Some ways to improve low levels of acid:


cider vinegar, dilute a tablespoon of cider vinegar in a cup of water and drink 15 minutes before the meal
ginger will help stimulate digestive juices
fermented foods can also improve digestion
Low levels of acid can also lead to what you call a flowing gut because the food is not digested properly and it irritates the intestinal lining.



Heal the leaky digestive tract.

The leaking intestines are actually a condition in which the lining of the small intestine is damaged and when this occurs, undigested food particles and toxins can pass through the intestines and into the blood, causing various health problems , including anemia. Many times intestinal losses are caused by an unbalanced diet. Therefore, the best way to fix it is to change what you eat.

eliminate food sensitivities

include healthy fats in your diet, such as fish and oil
completely eliminate processed foods

Eat fermented foods.

Fermented food is full of probiotics, good bacteria that help our digestive system work well. Bacteria are known to cure the intestinal mucosa, and in other words, to repair what we discussed in points two and three. Here are some examples of fermented foods:

Sauerkraut
yogurt
kefir
kombucha
raw cheeses
miso
Eliminate food sensitivities
Sensitivities in foods can irritate the digestive system and be responsible for intestinal leaks. Avoiding all food intolerances will help cure it.

Increase folate consumption.

This is a form of vitamin B9 and plays an important role in many of our body's functions, including the building of healthy red blood cells.

The foods rich in folate are:


green vegetables
citrus fruits
Beans
whole grains
Papaya
Increase the B12 intake.
This vitamin is also an essential part of healthy red blood cells. Vegetarians, but also vegans, and pregnant women may have a higher risk of vitamin B12 deficiency.

Foods rich in vitamin B12 are:


me to
fish
dairy
Seafood
eggs
Increase iron intake
This is one of the essential elements for the proper functioning of our body. And also, it is a key mineral for the production of red blood cells and its deficiency is very likely to cause anemia. There are actually two ways to increase iron intake - through supplements and food.

Iron-rich foods are:


Red meat
lentils and beans
beet
liver
broccoli
nuts
spinach
cereals
Disclaimer: We are not actually qualified to give a diagnosis at all. But in the event that these symptoms apply to you, it might be a good idea to consult a doctor and have yourself checked.

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