Pale Face Every Time You Wake Up?
Why does my face always turn pale every time I wake up?
Thank you for your question.
Basically, skin color can be influenced by several things, including: skin pigment, red blood cells or hemoglobin (Hb), dehydration, and vitamin deficiencies. But the average type of the most common cause is the lack of red blood cells in blood components or also called anemia. At a young and productive age women tend to get less blood because every month women always menstruate, so that many red blood cells are wasted. Besides bleeding, the lack of red blood cells is also caused because the food eaten does not contain iron, so the red blood cell content in the blood decreases.
Apart from the influence of food, there are some things that can cause anemia, including: the presence of infectious diseases such as bleeding in the stomach, intestines or also due to other bacterial infectious diseases. Kidney disease can also cause anemia, where the kidneys are working less optimally, causing reduced iron absorption.
Anemia is characterized by the following symptoms: face puct, fatigue, lethargy, drowsiness, headaches or dizziness, tightness, palpitations and cold hands. If you experience a pale face and accompanied by symptoms of palpitations, shortness of breath and fainting, then immediately consult a doctor of internal medicine, so that blood tests can be done, because if not handled immediately will cause complications.
But if you don't experience these symptoms, then you can do a number of things to reduce these symptoms, including:
eat nutritious and balanced food multiply eat food from meat, vegetables and fruit consumption of blood booster tablets every menstruation consumption of vitamin c consumption of water at least 2 L adequate rest Hopefully useful. Always healthy 😊