Symptoms of severe anemia may include chest pain, angina or heart attack, dizziness, fainting or passing out or rapid heart rate. Like the old adage goes ‘Prevention is better than cure’ you might want to know how you can avoid going through these severities. Since lack of iron in blood cells is the root cause, you might wanna increase intake of iron supplements from iron-rich food like lean red meat, fish, oysters, cereals, bread, pasta, dried fruits, nuts, seeds, lentils, beans and dark green vegetables such as spinach. Avoid drinking caffeinated beverages such as coffee or tea as they make it harder for the body to absorb iron. Incorporate fruits & vitamins containing vitamin C. Get enough sleep and try to be positive. Still if you are looking for more information you can consult a doctor at *********** and get an answer from an expert on what you are looking for!
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