How to treat anemia (anemia)
If you feel unusually tired or tired, you may have anemia. Anemia is a condition that occurs when the body does not have enough red blood cells to function normally. Anemia may occur because the body does not produce enough red blood cells, or because the body itself has been destroyed, or because of another condition, so visit your doctor for diagnosis. You will need to follow a specific treatment plan prescribed by your doctor, and you may also need to take dietary supplements, change your eating habits and adhere to medicines
.Eat more iron. If you are taking iron supplements prescribed by your doctor, you will be able to improve the proportion of iron in your body over time, which will cure anemia caused by iron deficiency in the body. You may experience some side effects due to iron intake, such as taking out dark stools, stomach pain, stomach burning and constipation. If you have an acute anemia, your doctor may just recommend eating too much iron-rich foods. Of foods rich in iron: 
Red meat (beef and liver).
Poultry (chicken and turkey).
Cereals and bread fortified with iron.
Legumes (peas, lentils, white beans, red beans, soybeans, chickpeas).
Tofu (soybean milk).
Dried fruits (raisins, raisins and apricots).
Spinach and other leafy green vegetables.
(Dried plum) juice.
Vitamin C helps you absorb iron, so you may be advised to take a cup of orange juice or some
vitamin C-rich foods while taking iron supplements. Taking vitamin B 12. If you have anemia due to lack of vitamins, your doctor may prescribe vitamin B12. Your doctor will probably prescribe a syringe or vitamin B-12 tablet once a month.  This will help your doctor monitor your red blood cell count to determine how much time you will need for treatment. Foods rich in vitamin B12: 
Foods fortified with vitamin B12 (such as soy drinks and vegetarian veggies)