HEMOGEN contains vital and essential blood forming minerals, and nutrients including organic Iron, Folic Acid, Copper, Zinc, Vitamin B12 and B6. This proprietary formula is designed to help prevent iron deficiency anaemia.
The ideal combination of HEMOGEN is particularly suitable for those who have low hemoglobin levels. HEMOGEN is also advisable for those individuals experiencing anemia due to vitamin B6 and B12 deficiency as it contains adequate quantities of Vitamin B6 and B12. It is particularly suitable for women experiencing anemia during pregnancy and for women during the menstrual cycle. It may be beneficial to anyone whose blood supply does not have an adequate iron supply as HEMOGEN helps to form red blood cells and helps in their proper function.
What is anemia?
Iron is an essential part of Hemoglobin, and without enough Hemoglobin, anemia can develop - the body does not get the right amount of oxygen. Iron deficiency anemia develops after the body has low levels of iron for long periods of time, either because of iron loss or inadequate iron intake. It can be caused by blood loss, not taking in or not absorbing enough iron and/or during increased demand of iron in conditions like pregnancy.
What are the symptoms of anemia?
Anemia can make you feel tired, fatigued, weak, dizzy, irritable, short of breath or depressed. With anemia, you may also have pale skin, brittle nails, and chest pain, coldness in your hands or feet, or an irregular heartbeat. Some people with anemia also have a desire to eat ice or other peculiar things, experience sexual dysfunction, or have trouble concentrating or performing mental tasks.
Who has the highest risk of developing anemia?
Although nutritional iron-deficiency anemia has declined in industrialized nations, it affects an estimated 2 billion people worldwide. Even in the U.S., iron deficiency is the most prevalent nutritional deficiency.
Researchers report that 95% of women between ages 20 and 45 suffer from iron deficiency. Many pregnant mothers and children need iron too. Minerals are essential factors in human nutrition. Iron is an essential mineral that along with copper and protein is required for the formation of hemoglobin, the oxygen carrying pigment found in red blood cells. Iron keeps blood healthy. Iron is involved to help maintain resistance to infection. Unbalanced diet and every day activities even drinking beverages containing caffeine can inhibit absorption of iron.
The following types of individuals have the highest risk of anemia:
- Infants who do not receive an adequate amount of iron in their diet
- Premenopausal women
- Women in childbearing years who have an excessive need for iron because of blood loss during menstruation
- Pregnant women, in whom the growing fetus creates a high demand for iron
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