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If you are anaemic, you will have a lower number of red blood cells than is considered normal. Anaemia can also refer to a decrease in the level of haemoglobin in the blood which is the protein that contains iron — thus you will be considered low in iron.

However, anaemia can also mean a deficiency in the haemoglobin to bind oxygen, which it normally carries to the lungs, and this can lead to hypoxia. The human body depends on oxygen for its survival, and so lack of oxygen can lead to a wide range of debilitating consequences.

Anaemia can be caused by excessive blood loss, blood cell destruction or deficient red blood cell production. Any of the aforementioned symptoms of anaemia can also indicate a more severe underlying health condition.

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