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Anaemia is a rising trend of health conditions affecting young adults, adults and elders and especially women of all ages. Anaemia occurs when the RBC (Red Blood Cells) count in your body is too low. RBC carries Oxygen to all the body tissues, the decrease in RBC will result in the reduction of oxygen in your blood. This will lead to the failure of vital organs in the body. Homeopathy treatment for Anaemia has been proved very effective with remarkable outcomes. Anaemia is measured according to the amount of Haemoglobin, which is the protein within red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs to the body’s tissues. Women and people with chronic diseases such as cancer have the highest risk of developing anaemia.
Bone marrow is the soft tissue in the centre of bones that helps form all blood cells. Healthy red blood cells last between 90 and 120 days. The body needs certain vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to make enough red blood cells. Iron, vitamin B12, and folic acid are three of the most important ones. The body may not have enough of these nutrients due to:
- Changes in the lining of the stomach or intestines affect how well nutrients are absorbed due to diseases
- Poor diet
- Slow blood loss (for example, from heavy menstrual periods or stomach ulcers)
- Surgery that removes part of the stomach or intestines
Daily requirements for vitamins and iron vary according to sex and age. Women need more iron and folic acid than men because of iron losses during their menstrual cycle and foetal development during pregnancy and lactation. The recommended daily iron intake for women age 19 to 50 is 18 mg. The daily iron intake for men of the same age range is 8 mg. During pregnancy, daily iron intake should increase to 27 mg, but women who are breastfeeding only need 9 mg per day.
People with anaemia appear pale and may often complain of being cold. They may also have light-headedness or dizziness, especially when they are active or standing up. Some people with anaemia have unusual cravings such as wanting to eat ice, clay, or dirt. They often complain of feeling tired and have problems with constipation and concentration. If anaemia is severe, fainting may occur. Other symptoms include brittle nails, shortness of breath, and chest pains. Blood oxygen levels can be so low that a person with severe anaemia can have a heart attack.
Treatment for anaemia depends on its cause. At Positive Homeopathy, the doctors will comb through every aspect of your lifestyle, eating habits, previous medical history and prescribe the Homeopathy treatment based on it. Homeopathy does not target just the malaise but also all the factors which lead to it.