We Should All Know These 7 Things About Our Blood Type!

Now, take a look at all personalities and their blood types, respectively:

Blood type A: compassionate, organized, efficient, leading skills

Blood type B: meditative, flexible, friendly, active

Blood type O: practical, assertive, attentive, and empathetic

Blood type AB: rational, calm, strong, innovative

How does stress affect each blood type?

Blood type A: Can’t handle stress easily and take time to overcome it. Hydration is key to staying calm.

Blood type B: generally calm, but their mood can escalate quickly, causing mood swings. Breathing techniques are very helpful.

Blood type O: show tendencies towards anger, and can deal with it by visualizing all concepts.

Blood type AB: can balance stress quite well, but can also become angry easily. Any sort of activity can release the tension.

 

The relations between blood types and fat:

Blood type A: can consume fats from meats and sugars.

Blood type B: can suffer by consuming deep-fried foods and breads.

Blood type O: gains weight by changing their eating habits

Blood type AB: can gain weight by being inactive

The Rh factor is the most relevant blood system group, with the first one being ABO, that is composed of 50 defined blood-group antigens. The most significant ones in the group are D, C, c, E, e.

The Rh factor can be RH Positive, RH Negative, only applying to the D antigen.

RH positive has the D antigen, while the RH negative does not.

Pregnant women can suffer from Rh factor changes, including:

Hemolytic Disease- collapse of red blood cells

Erythroblastosis Fetalis- creating unripe red blood cells in the fetus

This usually happens if the father’s blood type does not agree with the mother’s, in case one is Rh-negative and the other is Rh-positive).

For that purpose, the mother can be injected with RhoGAm or Rho (D) made from blood plasma, at 28 weeks of gestation and within 72 hours after giving birth.

This will prevent the growth of antibodies from the mother’s body to the fetus. The injection contains Rh-positive blood, which prevents the development of antibodies which can harm the fetus.

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