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Iron Mist - 2 Bottle Supply - Oral Spray - For People with an Iron Deficiency - Signs of Iron Deficiency Anemia Include Feeling Tired and Weak, Decreased Work and School Performance, Difficulty Maintaining Body Temperature, and a Decreased Immune Function, Which Increases Susceptibility to Infection - By Marine Essentials


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  • Iron Mist is essential to normal human physiology as Iron is an integral part of many proteins and enzymes that maintain good health.
  • Iron supplementation is indicated when diet alone cannot restore deficient iron levels to normal within an acceptable timeframe.
  • The goals of providing oral iron supplements are to supply sufficient iron to restore normal storage levels of iron and to replenish hemoglobin deficits.
  • When hemoglobin levels are below normal, physicians often measure serum ferritin, the storage form of iron. A serum ferritin level less than or equal to 15 micrograms per liter confirms iron deficiency anemia in women, and suggests a possible need for iron supplementation.
  • The amount of iron absorbed decreases with increasing doses. For this reason, it is recommended that most people take their prescribed daily iron supplement in two or three equally spaced doses.

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Ingredients
Iron (ferric sodium edetate); Purified water; glycerin; flavoring; polysorbate 80; potassium sorbate; d-alpha-tocopheryl acetate; stevia extract; iron (as ferric sodium edentate)

Directions
Shake gently. Spray directly into mouth, 8 sprays per day. Suggested use - 2 sprays, 4 times a day.

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The World Health Organization considers iron deficiency the number one nutritional disorder in the world. Studies have shown as many as 80% of the world's population may be iron deficient, while 30% may have iron deficiency anemia.

Iron deficiency develops gradually and usually begins with a negative iron balance, when iron intake does not meet the daily need for dietary iron. This negative balance initially depletes the storage form of iron while the blood hemoglobin level, a marker of iron status, remains normal. Iron deficiency anemia is an advanced stage of iron depletion. It occurs when storage sites of iron are deficient and blood levels of iron cannot meet daily needs. Blood hemoglobin levels are below normal with iron deficiency anemia.

Iron deficiency anemia can be associated with low dietary intake of iron, inadequate absorption of iron, or excessive blood loss. Women of childbearing age, pregnant women, preterm and low birth weight infants, older infants and toddlers, and teenage girls are at greatest risk of developing iron deficiency anemia because they have the greatest need for iron. Women with heavy menstrual losses can lose a significant amount of iron and are at considerable risk for iron deficiency. Adult men and post-menopausal women lose very little iron, and have a low risk of iron deficiency.

Individuals with kidney failure, especially those being treated with dialysis, are at high risk for developing iron deficiency anemia. This is because their kidneys cannot create enough erythropoietin, a hormone needed to make red blood cells. Both iron and erythropoietin can be lost during kidney dialysis. Individuals who receive routine dialysis treatments usually need extra iron and synthetic erythropoietin to prevent iron deficiency.


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