Anemia is a common condition of the blood that happens when your body does not produce enough red blood cells. Red Blood cells contain Hemoglobin, that carries oxygen to all the cells of your body. Without enough oxygen, your muscles and organs work less efficiently. There are several kinds of anemia, produced by a variety of underlying causes.
Feeling tired constantly, dizziness, sometimes nausea. Severe anemia changes the skin color and it becomes pale, sometimes yellowish.
Anemia is genetic, so perhaps one of your parents has an Anemia (light or heavy). Anemia is most common with women. Perhaps also your lifestyle ‘helped’ your body to develop the Anemia: not enough drinking (water), for example, can cause Anemia.
Drink 2 liters of water a day; Take a blood test and check the different types of Irons in your blood; If there is one type of Iron too low – take the pills for 3 months, then repeat the blood test. Always consult your doctor.
Not all Anemia types originate from low Iron levels, so it could be that you have enough Iron but still suffer from Anemia.