10. Feeling weak and fatigued
When the number of healthy and active red blood cells reduces in the body, they can’t adequately perform their main function of carrying oxygen to all vital organs in the body. The outcome of this is chronic anemia and frequently feeling exhausted, which typically presents the lack of physical energy and muscle weakness rather than drowsiness. Having to regularly sit down or rest, inability to finish ordinary physical duties or subsequently abandoning simple activities are definitely hints to be very keen on. Others may observe that you are uncharacteristically pale. A number of leukemia patients reminisce experiencing difficulties with balance and also what they initially perceived as depression.