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Signs You May Not Have Enough Blood In Your Body

Blood is a vital fluid that runs in our body that we cannot survive or do without therefore, blood is life. If this is correct, then it means if there is a shortage of blood in our body then there is a serious problem.

There is a medical name for this health condition, which is called Anemia. It is a result of low red blood cells or it can be referred to as a condition in which the blood doesn't have enough healthy red blood cells. If you have anemia, your tissue or organs will not get enough oxygen and this can lead to fatigue, dizziness, and other health conditions. This happens because your organs aren't getting what they need to work they ought to do.

In this article, I will be sharing with you some cautious signs that the blood in your body is low. This is important so if you notice any of these signs, you can take necessary proactive measures in making sure you bounce back to good health without putting your life at any fo of risk.

It is also important to know that certain forms of anemia are passed down through genes, and infants may have it from their parents through birth.

Also, women during their monthly circle and during pregnancy are at risk of iron-deficiency anemia because of the amount of blood they lose during. Older adults are also at risk of anemia because they are more likely to have kidney disease or other chronic medical conditions.

The signs of anemia can be so mild that you might not even notice them. At a certain point, as your blood cells decrease, symptoms start to develop. Depending on the cause of the anemia, symptoms may include:

• Fatigue

• Dizziness and feeling like you are about to pass out

• Fast or unusual heartbeat

• Headaches or migraine

• Pain, in your bones, chest, belly, or even joints

• Problems with growth, for children and teens

• Shortness of breath

• Skin that’s pale or yellow

• Cold hands and feet

• Tiredness or weakness

If you notice these signs, chances are that you might have a blood shortage and therefore, it is needful to see a doctor.

Source: WebMD

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