A Humorous History of England

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excerpt from the book..._The public are very familiar with the term "Anaemia," and this factalone testifies to the extremely common nature of the ailment thusindicated.__As a rule Anaemia shows a gradual progress. There is experienced afeeling of lassitude, of being "easily tired out," and a distaste foractive exertion. The digestion is enfeebled, and, without feelingactually ill, the sufferer inclines towards an inactive life, while theappetite usually disappears, and a general bodily upset is represented.The lips are pale, the red of the eyelids, seen by turning down thelower eyelid, will exhibit a similar appearance. Breathlessness isanother notable sign; the least exertion, going upstairs for instance,causes the sufferer to pant, because the heart, not being supplied withblood of good quality, cannot perform its work properly. The pulse isweak and irregular._
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