Iron deficiency anemia can occur within 24 hours if you do not drink enough water during the day. An anemia is the most common type of iron deficiency anemia, and it is very similar to anemia caused by anemia (anemia due to iron-insufficient protein) in many people.
Iron deficiency anemia occurs if your body does not have enough iron. If, for example, you are an extremely active person who drinks an excessive amount of water, then a deficiency anemia will also occur.
Anemia is a condition in which you have an iron-deficiency anemia (also called iron deficiency anemia, iron deficiency, anemia due to iron-insufficient protein, iron deficiency due to protein deficiency, iron deficiency due to protein deficiency, or iron-insufficient protein).
Infants and young people can develop low iron levels very quickly (within 24 hours), and this is especially common in babies and children.
Anemia of the newborn period, anemia of infancy and anemia of old age occur more frequently in women than in men. The cause of the differences in anemia is not known.
At this stage there is only one option to correct anemia: you must take iron supplements or avoid iron.
An anemia of infancy is marked by:
Pale, grey, or mottled looking skin.
Fatigue; the child will be unable to go to school, or the school may say they can’t do their work.
Sleeplessness and a reduced appetite.
Weakness of the muscles.
Sight trouble (loss of vision, difficulty seeing).
In some cases, very small bones may be exposed.
In babies, the skin is thinner and there is a lot of redness to the skin.
In all cases, iron supplements are needed.
Anemia of the old (anemia due to iron-insufficient protein) is marked by:
No growth. At this stage there is no chance of growth.
Red-brown skin with a pale yellow under-eye. No colour of the under-eye is noticeable.
Weakness in the arms and legs and poor circulation.
Sleeplessness, a lack of appetite, and poor appetite (a lack of energy) due to low metabolism or loss of hunger hormones.