A decrease in the haemoglobin level in the blood, mostly as a result of low red
blood cell count but anaemia also applies to inadequate levels of haemoglobin in
the red blood cells when their numbers are normal. Anaemia is caused by either
destruction of red blood cells, or insufficient red blood cell production.
Anaemia can also be a result of blood loss.
When the blood contains too
little haemoglobin it loses its ability to carry sufficient oxygen from the
lungs to the tissue. Haemoglobin is also necessary to carry carbon dioxide back
to the lungs for excretion through exhalation.
Both Low Red Cell Anaemia
and Low Haemoglobin Anaemia have the same symptoms. Symptoms include fatigue,
dizziness, sleeplessness and headaches. Disorientation and/or confusion may also
be present. Mild symptoms are dizzy spells from sudden movement (similar to low
Anaemia is a serious condition - consult your doctor.
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