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Blood Group Types


DOES OUR BLOOD TYPE TELL WHO WE ARE?

According to a Japanese professor, Masahiko Nomi, our blood type does dictate our personality traits.  It is hard to say how he researched and came to a definite conclusion, but his findings have become popular in Japan and nations surrounding it.  Anyway, before we go any further, let me remind you that his findings are not scientifically proven to be true.   
  
First of all, if you don’t know your blood type, ask your parents or go to a diagnostic center and let them draw blood from you to determine your blood type.

 Here are the blood types and his findings:

Type-A: 

Positive traits:  You are usually introverted, shy, reserved, patient, and sensitive; you plan everything in detail and act on it with precision.  You are independent.

Negative traits:   You are obdurate, compulsive, obsessive, highly self-conscious, and play hard to get.  

Type-B: 

Positive traits:  You are very creative, passionate, easygoing, optimistic, and very supportive.  You are curious like a cat.

Negative traits:  You can get too comfortable at times; become forgetful, selfish, act irresponsible.  You can’t handle different tasks.

 Type –AB:   

Positive traits:  You are very empathetic, introverted, not easily ruffled, and a thinker.

Negative traits:  You are double-faced, can become very critical of others, and you don’t forgive people easily.
  
Type-O: 

Positive traits:   You are full of energy, intense, confident, ambitious, and well-liked by others.

Negative traits:   You can get arrogant, become stubborn, careless of others, and vain.

 Who discovered our blood type?
 The blood types ABO were first discovered by an Austrian scientist Karl   Landsteiner in the 1900.

 How much blood circulates our body?
 4 to 6 liters of blood circulates our body.

 What does our blood contain?
 It consists of different types of cells.  All these cells float in the fluid called plasma.Our blood contains red, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma.

Red blood cells:  They contain hemoglobin; their job is to transport oxygen to different parts our body.

White blood cells:  They fight infection.

The platelets:  Their job is to clot the blood.  It happens when we get wounded; the platelets immediately clot the blood in that area and stop the blood from flowing.

The plasma:  This fluid contains salts and other proteins.

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