4 symptoms of low iron levels

Many women of childbearing age need an iron supplement due to menstruation. More than one in three women have little or no iron stores in their bodies, and many may therefore need to take extra iron to maintain their iron levels.

What does the body use the iron for?

Iron is needed to transport oxygen around the body's cells. If iron stores become depleted, this will lead to lower production of red blood cells. The body consumes iron when you are menstruating, pregnant, sweating, physically active or giving blood. Normally, a healthy and varied diet will provide you with sufficient iron, but sometimes the need is extra high and an iron supplement may be necessary.

Symptoms of low iron levels

If your body consumes more iron than your dietary intake, your iron reserves are depleted and you may experience the following symptoms:

  • High pulse and palpitations
  • Dizziness and fatigue and tiredness
  • Cracks in the corners of the mouth
  • Pale skin

If you experience one or more of these symptoms, it is recommended that you contact your GP to find out if you need an iron supplement. A simple blood test will reveal whether you have iron deficiency and whether an iron supplement is necessary.

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