Anemia is one of the most common disorders. Despite this it’s often misdiagnosed because its symptoms can be confused with those of many other diseases.
Our blood has cells which give it its red color and are responsible for its oxygenation. These cells are transported to our lungs where they collect oxygen and distribute it to the other cells in our body.
When your blood has a low percentage of red blood cells, that means you have anemia.
When the cells in your body aren’t receiving enough oxygen this may cause a series of symptoms which we’re going to share with you in this video.
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