In this article we’ll discuss about how to increase haemoglobin in just 1 week.
How to increase haemoglobin in just one week?
Haemoglobin is a protein which found in the red blood cells. The function of haemoglobin is to carry oxygen around the body. Haemoglobin is also known as red protein.
Other function of haemoglobin is to carries carbon dioxide out of the cells and into the lungs.
So it’s very necessary to maintain the haemoglobin level in our body otherwise our body will feel weak and it doesn’t able to do work properly.
Low haemoglobin means
Low haemoglobin means it indicate that a person is suffering from anemia. There are different kinds of anemia but the iron deficiency is the most common of it. This aneomia occurs when a person doesn’t have normal level of anemia in their body and that much iron is not enough to make sufficient amount of haemoglobin in the body.
Cause of anemia
Anemia may occur from many factors:
- Lack of iron in the diet
- Lack of vitamins in diet like vitamin B
Symptoms of low haemoglobin:
- Difficulty in breathing
- Fast heart beat
- Chest pain also
Foods which we should avoid to have in low haemoglobin
- Tea and latte
- Dairy products like milk, curd, butter.
- Foods which are rich in gluten like oats, cereals, barley etc.
What is the normal haemoglobin level in our body?
Basically it’s depends on person to person but for male, it’s around 14 to 18 g/dl. And for female it’s around 12 to 16 g/dl. When the haemoglobin level goes down in our body then it may cause weakness, headache, fatigue, tiredness, shortness in breathing, rapid heartbeat in our body. If the haemoglobin level decreases drastically, then condition may diagnose as anaemia and condition may become severe.
In this article, I’ll share with you how to increase haemoglobin level in body naturally.
- Start taking iron intake in your body
A person who has the deficiency of haemoglobin in their body may get benefits by eating iron rich foods in their meal, which helps to form more RBC.
IRON rich foods are:
- Dry fruits
- Meat and fish
- Green vegetables like broccoli
- Green beans
- Eggs and milk
- Starting taking vitamin B
Vitamin B plays a important role in producing haemoglobin. Our body uses folate to produce heme, which helps to carry oxygen in the body.
If a person having deficiency of folate has immature red blood cell and low haemoglobin levels.
FOLATE rich foods are:
- Green leafy vegetables
Symptoms of having low deficiency of haemoglobin in blood are
- Tiredness in the body
- Irregular heartbeat
- Weakness in muscles
- Yellow pale skin and gums
- Swelling in tongue
- Shortness in breath ( it’s the most common symptoms)