According to Higher Perspective, if you have Type O blood, there are a whole host of disadvantages you may have health-wise. “They’re prone to ulcers, thyroid issues, low hormone levels, and iodine deficiency,” reports Higher Perspective. But still, Type O people are very important.
Additionally, O Negative red blood cells are safest for newborn infants with under-developed immune systems. Your commitment to regular and frequent donations is especially important to maintain sufficient supplies for our community. And, local patients are grateful for your “gift of life”. It is also important to remember that while donors of all blood types can receive O Negative blood, those with O Negative blood can generally only receive O Negative blood. In extreme emergencies when O Negative is in short supply, sometimes O Positive can be substituted. 1 in 15 people have O- blood (approximately 6.6% of the population).
The Japanese have long known that this blood type is special. They even sometimes ask if you have type O blood in job interviews. They’re some of the most responsible, committed, organized, and focused people. They are believed to be more logical and that their ancestors were probably hunters.
One of the coolest things about people with type O negative blood? They can donate their red blood cells to anyone. Type AB is a universal match for plasma.Thank you for being a blood donor.
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