Unexplained tiredness and a constant feeling of weakness, often the first noticeable symptom of anemia.
Noticeable paleness of the skin, especially in the face and inner lining of the lower eyelids.
Breathlessness and a rapid heartbeat, particularly during physical activities, as the body struggles to transport sufficient oxygen.
Feeling dizzy or lightheaded, especially when standing up, due to reduced oxygen flow to the brain.
Persistent coldness in the extremities, a result of decreased blood circulation and oxygen delivery.
Frequent headaches, often caused by insufficient oxygen reaching the brain.
Unexplained irritability or difficulty in concentrating, impacting daily tasks and cognitive function.
Chest pain or angina, particularly in individuals with pre-existing heart conditions, as the heart works harder to compensate for decreased oxygen levels.
Brittle, spoon-shaped nails and pale skin are physical indicators of anemia.
Unusual cravings for non-food items like ice, clay, or starch, known as pica, which can be associated with anemia.
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