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Imagine, you are out with your friends on a Friday night, you go to a party and start to dance, after a short while, you start to feel extremely tired to a point where you just feel like passing out.
Well, although getting a tad tired while participating in physical activities like dancing, running, household work, etc., is okay, it can be a cause for concern when you feel extremely tired even with minimal activities.
Also, if you keep feeling tired throughout the day, even if you haven't worked much and have rested enough, then it could be a symptom of certain health conditions.
Now, we know that the body is made up of various organs, tissues, blood, blood cells, etc.
Blood is a red liquid that is part of the circulatory system, which flows through the arteries and veins, carrying the much required oxygen to all the organs to keep them functioning.
Blood is also responsible for removing carbon-dioxide from the body. So, blood is an extremely important component of a living organism.
Blood is made up of red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. The red blood cells contain a protein known as haemoglobin, which is responsible for carrying out the carbon-dioxide content from the body.
White blood cells are involved in building your immune system and protect your body from diseases.
Platelets help in the function of blood clotting and prevent excessive bleeding.
Now, when your blood does not contain enough red blood cells, the haemoglobin levels drop, leading to a condition known as anaemia.
Some of the common symptoms of anaemia are fatigue, dizziness, shortness of breath, pale skin, weakness, headache, excessive menstrual bleeding, etc.
If not treated at the right time, anaemia can lead to serious health complications.
So, here is a home remedy to help treat anaemia, naturally.
- Pomegranate Juice - 1 Glass
- Sesame Seed Powder - 1 tablespoon
This natural remedy to treat anaemia right at home, can work effectively well, when used on a regular basis, in the right quantities.
In addition to consuming this remedy, one must also make significant dietary changes, by adding iron-rich foods to their daily diet, such as spinach, beetroot, meat, etc.
Also, cooking food in iron containers, instead of aluminium or steel containers is also known to help reduce anaemia.
If your haemoglobin level is extremely low, you must seek immediate medical help and follow the advice given by your doctor, along with taking this remedy.
This combination of pomegranate and sesame seeds is rich in iron and protein content which can improve the production of healthy red blood cells in the body, thus upping the haemoglobin levels.
When your haemoglobin level comes back to normal, anaemia is treated naturally.
Method Of Preparation:
- Add the suggested amounts of sesame seeds into the glass of pomegranate juice.
- Stir well to form a mixture.
- Consume this drink, every morning after breakfast, for at least 2 months.