Anemia is a dangerous disease if left untreated. It is especially common in underdeveloped and undeveloped countries.
Anemia or anemia is a disease that occurs when the body does not have the necessary amount of healthy red blood cells to carry enough oxygen to organs or tissues. There are multiple types of anemia.
WHAT IS MEDITERRANEAN ANEMIA (TALESEMIA)?
- It is a type of anemia disease that can be passed on to future generations by genetic factors, usually seen in people living in the Mediterranean region. In our country, there are about 1.5 million carriers and about 4500 thalassemia patients.
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF ANEMIA?
Common symptoms of anemia, that is, anemia, include:
- Skin discoloration,
- Irregular heart rhythms,
- Shortness of breath,
- Feeling dizzy and faint,
- Chest compression and
- Coldness in hands and feet
HOW IS ANEMIA TREATED?
The way anemia is treated depends on its cause. In treatment, vitamin and minarel supplements, changes in the way of nutrition and various medications are usually used.
Anemia can lead to many problems if left untreated. A few of these problems are:
- Heart failure
- Shortness of breath
- Multiple organ failure
- Common pains