Anaemia means that you have fewer red blood cells than normal or you have less haemoglobin than normal in each red blood cell. In either case, a reduced amount of oxygen is carried around in the bloodstream.

What are the symptoms of anaemia?
Common symptoms are due to the reduced amount of oxygen in the body. These include tiredness, having little energy (lethargy), feeling faint and becoming easily breathless.
Less common symptoms include headaches, a ‘thumping heart’ (palpitations), altered taste, and ringing in the ears (tinnitus).
You may look pale.
Various other symptoms may develop, depending on the underlying cause of the anaemia.
What are the causes of anaemia?
Iron-deficiency anaemia
Lack of iron is the most common cause of anaemia in the UK. This is called iron-deficiency anaemia. If you eat a normal balanced diet, it usually contains enough iron. See separate leaflet called Diets Suitable for People with Anaemia for more details. The following are some reasons that may lead to a lack of iron and result in iron-deficiency anaemia:

Pregnancy or childhood growth spurts. These are times when you need more iron than usual. The amount of iron that you eat during these times may not be enough.
Heavy menstrual periods. The amount of iron that you eat may not be enough to replace the amount that you lose with the bleeding each month.
Poor absorption of iron. This may occur with some gut (intestinal) diseases – for example, coeliac disease and Crohn’s disease.
Bleeding from the gut (intestines). Some conditions of the gut can bleed enough to cause anaemia. You may not be aware of losing blood this way. The bleeding may be slow or intermittent and you can pass blood out with your stools (faeces) without noticing.
If you eat a poor or restricted diet. Your diet may not contain enough iron.
Other causes
There are many other causes of anaemia. These include the following:

Lack of certain vitamins such as folic acid and vitamin B12. See separate leaflets called Folic Acid Deficiency Anaemia and Vitamin B12 Deficiency and Pernicious Anaemia for more details.

Red blood cell problems, such as thalassaemia, sickle cell anaemia and other causes of haemolytic anaemia. In these conditions the red cells are fragile and break easily in the bloodstream.

Bone marrow problems and leukaemia are uncommon; however, they can cause anaemia.

Other conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and chronic kidney disease can also cause anaemia.

Hand Mudras are a part of natural treatments like Ayurveda and Yoga. It is very effective treatment and works along with all other types of treatments. It has no side effects. But you have to find your constitution(Vata, Pitta, and Kapha). Before choosing and practicing mudras. You can find your constitution Find your Prakriti.

Mudras are used to balance your Prakriti. You can increase or decrease particular dosha (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) by doing mudras.

Mudras For Anaemia : Jal –vardhak , Kapha-Kaarak 

Varun mudra

Pran Mudra

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The cure for Anaemia:

Anaemia is much more easily prevented than corrected. A liberal intake of iron in the formative years can go a long in preventing Iron-deficiency anaemia.

Diet is of the Utmost importance in the treatment of anaemia.

Vitamin B12 is a must for preventing or curing anaemia.

Here I am Sharing top 8 Juices that will help you to come over to Anaemia.




4.Red Grape



  1. Carrot
  1. Spinach

Drinking any two juices from the above list in daily bases will help you to prevent and overcome Anaemia.