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What Causes Iron Deficiency Anemia? How To Identify Low Iron Levels

Low iron levels can create anemia which leads to extreme fatigue and tiredness. Some of the most common causes of iron deficiency include, heavy periods in women, occult blood loss through the GI tract such as ulcers, inflammatory bowel disease (celiac disease), and hemorrhoids.

Iron is essential in the formation of hemoglobin, a protein that carries oxygen. And since oxygen is required for you body to produce energy, low iron levels lead to the fatigue symptoms associated with anemia. Some of these symptoms include brain fog, fatigue, shortness of breath, and muscle pain.

If you are feeling tired all the time despite adequate sleep. If your energy levels are constantly low…If you have no energy, consider asking your doctor to check you for iron deficiency anemia.

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