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01:43 PM | 22-06-2021

How to increase RBC in body?


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06:21 PM | 24-06-2021

Hello Fatima, 

Low level of rbc in the blood than normal levels leads to a condition called as anemia.

Reasons for anaemia-

  • A diet lacking in vitamins, minerals, iron and other proper nutrients. 
  • Intestinal disorders- Some intestinal disorders affect the absorption of nutrients in the intestine such as Crohn's disease. 
  • Alcohol consumption. 
  • Consuming certain medications.
  • Heavy bleeding during menstruation. 
  • Any chronic disease like cancer, diabetes, kidney disease. 
  • Inherited- If your family has a history of inherited anaemia like sickle cell anaemia. 

Diet to follow- 

  • Eat only plant-based natural foods.
  • Have beans,  lentils, cereals, dark green leafy vegetables, dry fruits as they will provide iron to the body to cope with the haemoglobin deficiency. 
  • Along with the green vegetables have soybeans for vitamin B12 and have fruit juices, peanuts, green peas, while grains for folate.
  • Vitamin C is also very important as vitamin c and vitamin B12 helps in the absorption of iron in the intestine. So, have vitamin C rich foods like citrus fruits and juices, tomatoes, pepper, melons, strawberries. 
  • Have brown sugar instead of white sugar.
  • Have brown rice instead of white rice. 
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day to be hydrated. 

Foods to avoid- 

  • Avoid packaged foods and processed foods as they result in the accumulation of toxins in the body. 
  • Avoid deeply fried foods and spicy foods.
  • Avoid carbonated drinks. 
  • Avoid dairy products like milk, curd, paneer, butter and animal foods. 
  • Avoid tea, coffee and other caffeinated drinks as they suppress the absorption of iron.

Yoga

Performing yoga asanas increase the immunity, increases blood circulation so that the blood and oxygen can reach every part of the body, improves digestion and absorption,  and involves the stretching of muscles.

  • Perform 12 sets of suryanamaskar daily. 
  • Perform anulom-vilom pranayam and ujjayi pranayam. 
  • Perform hala asana, gomukha asana, paschimottan asana, uttana asana, sarvanga asana, bhujanga asana daily.
  • Perform kapalbhati for 5min. Initially start by 1min and then gradually increase it day by day. 

Sleep

Sleep relaxes the body and mind, bursts out all the stress. The body repairs its damaged cells and tissues while we sleep.

Take a good quality sleep for at least 8-10 hours daily. 

Sleep early at night and also wake up early in the morning. 

Avoid using electronic gadgets 1hour before sleeping for a good quality sleep. 

Thank you 

10:36 AM | 26-06-2021

Thanks

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06:20 PM | 24-06-2021

Hell Fatima,

Yes, our digestion and bad eating habits are also part of the same as the body is made of nutrients itself. The main thing to take care of, diet is to increase our iron and folic acid our RBC also known as red blood cells increases. In your case, though a bad diet is also one of the cause as it increases malabsorption. Our body has the power to regenerate only if we provide our body with the right type of nutrients, by following a natural lifestyle you not only correct the deficiency but also treat yourself well with correct nutrients and overall health problems.

Eat:

  • Eating food that has a high amount of proteins are legumes, nuts like almonds, walnuts, etc.
  • Seeds like chia, pumpkin, and flax seeds are also necessary for increasing RBC levels.
  • Coconut water and even eating shredded coconut an almonds is found to be very beneficial for blood circulation
  • Spinach, jaggery water and dates help in increasing iron content.

Exercise:

Here is some exercise that you can start for your hair and scalp health.

  • The practice of regular brisk walking and Surya namaskar increase blood circulation in all the areas and helps in treating deficiency.

Sleep:

Having a sound 7-8 hours of sleep is helpful in treating anybody's problem, a healthy sleep leads to a healthy mind and body. So make sure you are free your room from any gadgets an hour before sleep so you get a radiation-free room and a good tension-free sound sleep.

Hopefully, this will help you

Thank you


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