Recognize 9 Iron Deficiency Symptoms That Can Lead To Dangerous Diseases

In general, iron deficiency can lead to disruption of biological processes in the body, including the more severe conditions may cause anemia. Iron deficiency can lead to several dangerous diseases, and even, a new research reveals that, it can lead to stroke. Iron is necessary for the body to transfer oxygen from the lungs throughout the body and help the muscles in order to save the and use oxygen. Iron is classified as an essential nutrient for the growth and development of infants, therefore, advised to pay attention to symptoms that may lead to iron deficiency.

Adult male (weight 75 kg) containing ± 4000 mg of iron, while the adult female (body weight 55 kg) containing ± 2100 mg of iron. Males have a reserve of iron in the spleen and bone marrow as much as 500-1500 mg, which is why the lack of blood (anemia) is relatively rare in men. In contrast, women only have backup iron 0-300 mg so susceptible to anemia, especially in women of childbearing age who are menstruating.

Iron intake is needed at any time, and is usually fulfilled by implementing a diet with balanced nutrition. In certain conditions, the body needs more good intake of natural food sources or iron supplements. The signs that indicate the body need iron supplements are as follows:

  1. Fatigue: Blaire Morriss, a nurse at the Vanderbilt Center for Integrative Health, said that the body uses iron to make hemoglobin, a substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen. Therefore, if you do not have enough healthy blood cells, you certainly will feel tired.

  2. Hard to focus: synthesis of neurotransmitters, may change in the iron-deficient. According to Morriss, this change leads to a function which is lower than normal, so you will be more difficult to focus and concentrate. 

  3. Apathy: One of the other effects of changes in neurotransmitter synthesis is the appearance of apathy. The attitude appears to various issues, including friends, family, work, and even couples.

  4. Shortness of breath: Kimberly Mueller, RD, owner of Fuel Factor Nutrition Coaching said, without enough iron in the blood, the body becomes deprived of oxygen. This condition continues to shortness of breath. 

  5. Pale skin: Mueller also said that, the pale appearance of the skin caused by reduced blood flow and a decrease in the number of red blood cells.

  6. It's hard to exercise as usual: Need a struggle to make the portion of practice as usual? A recent study from Cornell University found that low iron levels also affect your ability to perform usual activities. 

  7. Muscle pain: Not having enough iron, blocking the ability of the muscles to recover after strenuous activity. This condition then have an effect on the appearance of pain in the muscles.

  8. Brittle nails: Less iron can also give effect to the nail. The nails will be very fragile, thin, and easily damaged. 

  9. Pink or red urine: Beeturia is a condition characterized by a pink or red urine after eating fruit bits. Although normally occurs in 10 to 14 percent of people, but Morriss said the number is much higher in people who are deficient in iron.
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Writen by: Mr Soed - Saturday, March 29, 2014