Wednesday, 26 April 2017

What is Anaemia?


What is Anaemia?

Anaemia is a medical condition or disease where the red blood cells in your blood become less than their normal
count, or if the quantity of haemoglobin in your blood reduces. Anaemia means there will be insufficient oxygen in the organs of the body which will leads to many health problems.

Another term for Anaemia is 'shortage of blood'. Mild anaemia can be easily treated by intake of a healthy diet and blood tonic. However, severe anaemia is hard to treat and is a big threat to the victim's life. Shortage of blood is common nowadays because of our modern lifestyle especially city lifestyle, food pattern and the emergence of various deadly diseases.

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