Find below answers to common questions, validated by doctors. Please note that any decision must be made in consultation with a doctor.
Anemia/Low Hemoglobin: Blood disorder with lower than normal red blood cells which carry oxygen from lungs to all body parts.
Frequent feel of weakness and extreme tiredness even while doing normal activities.
Skin looks pale/white and eyes slightly yellowish. Shortness of breath and and poor concentration.
Quite often, body/limbs feel cold when touched. Loss of appetite and fever for more than 2 weeks.
In severe anemia, people may face palpitation, pain, tiredness in legs and get irritated by light.
Autoimmune Disease: In rare cases, your immune system- which normally fights against diseases- attacks your own healthy body cells and can affect almost any part of the body. Symptoms may include extreme tiredness, inflammation, yellowish eyes or dropping hemoglobin for more than a week.
When to see a doctor (General Physician / Hematologist):
Persistent fatigue, breathlessness, pale skin or any other symptoms of anemia.
If you have headaches or dizziness at least 4 times in a week, do not postpone seeing a doctor.
Heavy blood loss in women during monthly menstruation period cycles.
Green wheat grass: Having a small glass of wheat grass(jwaar) juice works as a miracle.
Coconut water: Drink lots of nonalcoholic fluids like coconut water- at least thrice a day.