Sickle cell anemia (also called sickle cell anemia) is an incurable and life-threatening congenital disease. It is characterized by an abnormal structure of hemoglobin. Red blood cells are sickle-shaped, hence the name of this type of anemia.
Sickle cell disease herbal treatment
The treatment we offer you to cure sickle cell anemia consists mainly of natural herbal teas. It is an effective, fast and lasting natural remedy that will allow you to regain normal blood circulation.
The active principles of this herbal tea prevent the appearance of painful crises in children as well as in adults. Thus, it works by reducing the number of red blood cells deformed by sickle cell disease and by promoting the production of new normal red blood cells. In addition, it straightens red blood cells deformed by disease and prevents them from blocking small blood vessels and causing severe pain. This will allow you to regain normal blood circulation.
Using natural herbs to cure sickle cell disease usually gives great results because it helps prevent painful attacks from occurring. This is the secret to curing sickle cell anemia. Unlike medicines, our herbal teas to cure sickle cell disease have no side effects, on the body or on health. It is therefore not dangerous unlike drugs and transfusions which lead to an overload of iron in the organs. You will therefore be able to fight your sickle cell disease without fear of the appearance of side effects.
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Symptoms of sickle cell anemia
Sickle cell anemia manifests as follows:
- recurring severe pain in the hands
- enlarged liver and spleen
- ulcers in the ankle area
- symptoms of multi-organ failure
Types of anemia
There are many subtypes of anemia:
- hemorrhagic anemia, which results from severe or chronic blood loss
- sideroblastic anemia associated with disturbances in the formation of heme, a component of hemoglobin
- hemolytic anemia associated with the abnormal breakdown of red blood cells (an example of this is sickle cell anemia)
- aplastic anemia associated with bone marrow failure
- chronic disease anemia
- iron deficiency
Megaloblastic anemia associated with disruptions in DNA synthesis in cells of the hematopoietic system (an example is vitamin B 12 deficiency anemia and folic acid deficiency anemia).
Living well with sickle cell anemia
People with sickle cell disease can live fully and enjoy most of the activities others do. The following tips will help you, good health.
- Seek good medical attention
Sickle cell disease is a complex disease. Good quality medical care from doctors and nurses who know a lot about this disease can help prevent some serious problems. Often the best option is to see a hematologist (a doctor who specializes in blood diseases) who works with a team of specialists.
Regular check-ups with a primary care physician can help prevent some serious problems.
Babies from birth to one year old should be seen by a doctor every 2 to 3 months.
Children 1 to 2 years old should see their doctor at least every 3 months.
Adults and children 2 years of age and older should see the doctor at least once a year.
Common illnesses, such as the flu (flu), can quickly become dangerous for a child with sickle cell disease. The best defense is to take simple steps to help prevent infection.
- Incorporate healthy habits
People with sickle cell disease should:
Drink 8 to 10 glasses of water per day
- Eat a healthy diet
- Avoid heat, cold and extreme fatigue
Children can and should participate in physical activity to stay healthy. However, it is important that they do not overdo it, get rest when they feel tired and drink a lot of water.