Oct 25, 2021
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Is the first blood group the worst?

Is the first blood group the worst?

We decided to find out how a person’s diseases are related to his blood group.

In Japan, you are more likely to be asked a question about your blood type than about your zodiac sign. Accounting at work by blood group is called “ketsu-eki-gata” here and is taken very seriously. After all, each group has certain characteristics of character and health.

A blood group is distinguished by a set of specific substances that are individual for each person, called group antigens. It does not change throughout a person’s life and can be inherited. The most common is the first blood group; about 40% of all inhabitants of the planet have it. But many consider it to be the worst.

The first blood group 0 (I) according to the AB0 system means that human erythrocytes are completely devoid of antigens.

It is worth noting that the first positive one can be used as a universal blood for the transfusion procedure. If a person is injected with blood with negative rhesus, then the result will be gluing of red cells, that is, erythrocytes, with a subsequent deterioration in the person’s condition. But despite this, you can often hear that people with the 1st blood group are more susceptible to various diseases.

This is proved by studies of Japanese scientists: people with this group have worse blood clotting. But in many cases this is more of an advantage. Due to poor clotting, such people are much less likely to have thrombosis and all diseases associated with them: thromboembolism, heart attacks, strokes. The fact is that almost every blood group is associated with some problems and advantages, and it is wrong to say that one is worse than the other.

Here are the diseases associated with each blood group.

I group

Thrombosis, vascular disease, myocardial infarction, and ischemic stroke are less common due to reduced coagulation. People with this blood group are less at risk of developing pancreatic cancer, but more prone to developing stomach and duodenal ulcers than others. They also have a lower ability to conceive, especially after 30 years. Therefore, do not delay too much with the firstborn.

II group

People with this blood group are often distinguished by longevity and good immunity. They are less prone to colds and infections. But the second blood group increases the risk of developing gastritis with low acidity, the appearance of stones in the bile ducts and chronic cholecystitis. People with this blood group are more prone to acute leukemia and stomach cancer. Japanese scientists argue that people with the second blood group more than others need quality rest to maintain health.

III group

During the plague, people with the 3rd blood group were least susceptible to this disease. These people are hardy, resistant to viruses and infections. People with the third blood group have a predisposition to colon tumors and the highest risk of developing pancreatic cancer among the other groups, while other cancers are rare. They also often have otitis media, sciatica and cystitis.

IV group

The newest and rarest blood type. People with it do not have strong immunity, they are prone to frequent colds. They often suffer from sinusitis, anemia, skin diseases, hypertension, they may have a stroke. Cancer is the least common among people with this group. With negative rhesus, congenital heart defects and blood pathologies are most common.

This does not mean at all that you must have any disease from this list. It’s just that people with a particular blood group have a predisposition to certain diseases. But many live their whole lives as completely healthy people. Just eat right, move more, read, love, dream! And no illness will bother you.

Doctors and researchers are working hard to study the relationship between blood type and human activity. Research on negative Rh factor is especially interesting. Tell us in the comments if you agree that blood type determines our character and predisposition to certain diseases.

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