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HEMOPHILIA

In a healthy person, a small bump or forced contact can damage the blood vessels beneath the skin. This then causes the blood to spread throughout the surrounding skin tissue, creating the bruise that we can see on the skin. For someone who suffers from Hemophilia, this process is much different and the process of bleeding from a simple cut can be far more complicated. The blood does not clot properly with this condition because one or more of the blood proteins do not absorb, is insufficient or completely absent from the cycle. Although this is a rare disorder that you may have never heard of before over 20,000 Americans suffer from Hemophilia today.

There are two different types of Hemophilia today, based on the two different types of blood protein that you may be deficient of. Hemophilia A is a condition that is caused by the deficiency of factor VIII and this category accounts for 80% of people suffering from Hemophilia. Hemophilia B on the other hand is characterized by the clotting problem that has to do with factor IX. Both of these conditions are passed on from the mother to a male child and this is how Hemophilia has become genetic. Now that you know the two different types of Hemophilia, it is time to clear up some of the misconceptions.

The idea that someone with Hemophilia can bleed to death from a small cut is a myth and something everyone should be aware of. External bleeding like this is rarely the problem, although someone with Hemophilia may bleed longer than someone else; this is the only difference you will experience. On the other hand it is the internal bleeding that can be life threatening for Hemophilia sufferers. Often we cannot feel the bleeding and may not realize our injuries were this severe, but when internal bleeding goes unchecked for long periods of time, this can be fatal for someone with Hemophilia. This type of disease can be anywhere from moderate to severe and there are many natural remedies that can help you keep your Hemophilia in check.

  • Calcium and Magnesium can be taken in dosages of 1,500 mg daily and is essential to promote blood clotting. The Magnesium is taken to help balance the Calcium and should be taken in 1,000 mg dosages daily.
  • Liver Extract Injections include important nutrients that are required for blood clotting. As prescribed by a qualified healthcare professional.
  • Vitamin B Complex is essential for the blood formation and clotting process. Take as directed.
  • Vitamin C with bioflavonoids has a role in normal blood coagulation. Take 3,000 mg daily.
  • Vitamin K should be taken in dosages of 300 mcg and is essential to promote and assist the blood clotting process. Foods that are rich in Vitamin K include cauliflower, broccoli, kale, spinach and all leafy green veggies. The herb alfalfa is also a rich source of Vitamin K.
  • Since aspirin is an anticlotting agent it should be avoided.

Please note that these dosages are recommended for adults above the age of 17. For ages 12-17 the recommended amounts are reduced to three-quarters of each dose. For ages 6-12 the recommended dosages are reduced to one-half the dose. For ages under 6 only use one-quarter of the recommended dosages.

Each of these natural alternatives provide health benefits without risks of serious side effects. Take control of your health and do what you can to make sure your internal systems are working properly.

 

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