By Malvika Kashyap
June 2, 2022
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Donating blood benefits more than just the recipients. Donors benefit from health benefits in addition to the benefits of helping others.
Donating blood has both emotional and physical health benefits. According to a Mental Health Foundation report, helping others can reduce stress.
Improve your mental well-being, improve your physical health, help you get rid of negative sentiments, give you a sense of belonging, and lessen your isolation.
You must pass a health assessment in order to donate blood. Pulse, blood pressure, body temperature, and haemoglobin levels are all checked by a qualified staff member.
According to a 2017 study, regular blood donations are linked to an increased risk of heart disease, probably due to high cholesterol levels.
Researchers have suggested that the periodic loss of iron from donating blood helps lower the body's iron stores and reduces the risk of heart attack.
As a safe and healthy endeavor, blood donation offers many rewards, including a quick and refreshing break from everyday life.
When you are registered to donate blood, you are required to provide identification, your medical history, and pass a quick physical examination.
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