By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
June 20, 2018
- Why iron testing is so important
- What happens if you have iron overload?
- Iron deficiency anemia is on the rise
Iron is widely known as the “anemia” supplement. If your iron supplies are low, you may experience symptoms of anemia such as fatigue, weakness with signs of anemia being pale or yellowish skin color.
Low levels of iron are also a well-known cause of hair loss. Restless leg syndrome is another condition that has a direct link with iron deficiency.
So it’s not uncommon for people who feel fatigued, think their hair is thinning or experience frequent bouts of restless leg syndrome to run out and buy a bottle of iron pills and start taking them every day.
This is not a good idea. Continue reading