May 25, 2022

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Find out which blood type is more likely to develop heart disease

According to the American Heart Association A Or B Or type AB People with high blood pressure are more likely to have a heart attack or stroke OhAccording to information posted by the site cnet.

Although the increased risk is small (two types A Or B According to a large study, they have an 8% higher risk of heart attack and a 10% higher risk of heart failure), and the difference in blood clotting rates is much higher.

Those in the same study with blood type A And B 51% are more likely to develop deep vein thrombosis and 47% are more likely to develop pulmonary embolism, severe clotting disorders, which also increase the risk of heart failure.

The reason for this increased risk may be related to inflammation in the body of this type of people A Or type B Or type AB.

Blood type proteins may occur A And B Excessive ‘blockage’ or ‘thickening’ in the veins and arteries, resulting in an increased risk of infection Heart disease And freezing.

Other effects of blood type

People with blood type will be happy Oh This may be especially true after childbirth, according to a study of postpartum hemorrhage, which found a higher risk in women with blood type Oh.

A study published in the journal Critical Care I.e. those with blood type Oh They may worsen after a traumatic injury due to increased blood loss.

Other research has found an increased risk of cognitive impairment in people with this blood type AB When compared to that type of people Oh Cognitive impairment involves things such as difficulty remembering, focusing or making decisions.

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Should I change my lifestyle based on my blood type?

Current research shows that lowering blood type levels based on a person’s risk of heart disease is a major factor, as are the amount of pollution you’ve exposed to in your diet, exercise or your community.