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I felt very comfortable during the treatment and my practitioner helped to get the best result with manipulation. I was thrilled with the results and ...*

I booked for some waxing. The therapist was lovely. Very professional, quick and friendly. I will certainly return. Thank you ...*

Excellent service the people are very professional and knowledgeable. You will get a good explanation about the procedure. Establishment is very clean...*

best wax quality I've seen!...*

Antony was great - his recommendation on using an alkalising treatment worked like magic- felt immensely better after 3 sessions. Also recommend the l...*

Parkland Natural Health Clinic reviews

Parkland Natural Health Clinic reviews

ANAEMIA

Anaemia is a decrease in the total amount of haemoglobin in blood, which, except for acute blood losses, is characterised by a reduced level of haemoglobin per a unit of volume of blood. In most cases, anaemia also features a lower level of erythrocytes. However, in case of iron deficiency, thalassemia and abnormal porphyrin synthesis, the content of erythrocytes may remain normal (as to thalassemia, it may even be higher than normal), with a low level of haemoglobin. In case acute blood losses (massive haemorrhage or acute haemolysis), the level of haemoglobin and erythrocytes may remain normal during the first hours, although some other obvious symptoms of anaemia like pale integuments, conjunctivas, collapsed veins, palpitation and dyspnoea during physical activity as well as a fall in the arterial pressure (in some serious cases) appear. Anaemia is always secondary, i.e. it can be regarded as one of the symptoms of some systemic disease. Alongside frequent and easily diagnosed forms of anaemia, there are also rather rare anaemic syndromes that requires complex techniques to diagnose.

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