CAN YOU BE ANAEMIC AND NOT KNOW IT?

Anaemia is a term used when a person doesn’t have enough red blood cells to carry oxygen all through the body, leaving your body starved of oxygen. You could lack haemoglobin, a protein which gives the blood it’s colour.

About 7% of all populations in the west may suffer from it. It is common in women of child-bearing age, and also in children, the elderly and women of colour.

Here are some of the symptoms:

* Pale skin

* Dizziness

* Tiredness/weakness

* Headache

* Low body temperature

* Cold hands/feet

* Numbness

* Palpitations

* Breathlessness

* Chest pains

* Abnormal heartbeat

* Anxiety/depression

Some causes include:

* Certain medications

* Post surgical

* Injury

* Ulcers

* Blood loss

* People with chronic diseases

* Heavy periods

* Poor nutrition

* Kidney disease

* Diet low in Iron and vitamin B12

In our clinic we use a multi pronged approach in treating this and many other conditions with evidence based therapies such as Physiological Regulating Medicine (P.R.M ), Gut Health and Microbiome restoration, Nutritional and Nutraceutical therapies, Lifestyle Medicine, Natural Hormonal Balancing, Glandular support, Soft tissue and joint support, Complex Homeopathy, Herbals, and Needle free Medical Acupuncture, Therapeautic Mindfulness and CBT techniques to achieve excellent results.

Holistic Health & Stress Clinic is now at URBAN wellbeing, Tuam Road, Galway.

For appointment please call us on 00353871915051 - www.drbhatti.ie facebook: Holistic Health and Stress Clinic

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