Donating blood is a great treatment for non-anemic cases of autism, CFS, fibromyalgia, lupus, MS and other conditions caused by chronic CO poisoning of tissues (those with venous COHb>arterial, which is abnormal and unhealthy except during PMS and pregnancy, and the hallmark symptom of CO poisoning, which is multi-sensory sensitivity).
Most people donate blood because they want to help others, and, indeed, donating blood a single time may help save the lives of up to three people.
While the health benefits of recipients who receive blood transfusions are clear, altruistic blood donors too, can reap the benefits.
1. The Joy of Saving Human Lives
It is such a wonderful feeling being able to help doctors save human lives. There are no perfect substitutes for human blood. The blood you donate is divided into various components according to the needs of patients. Each component can be used by different recipients for various purposes. Many newborn babies may benefit from a single blood donor as their blood requirements are smaller.
2. Preserves Cardiovascular system
You can reduce your blood viscosity by donating blood on a regular basis, which eliminates the iron that may possibly oxidize in your blood. An increase in oxidative stress can be damaging to your cardiovascular system.
3. Provides A Free Blood Analysis
Your temperature will be checked along with your blood pressure, pulse, and hemoglobin. Your blood will also be tested for 13 infectious diseases like HIV, hepatitis B and C, West Nile Virus, and syphilis.
4. Reduces The Risk of Cancer
The reduction of iron stores and iron in the body while giving blood can reduce the risk of cancer. Iron has been thought of to increase free-radical damage in the body and has been linked to an increased risk of cancer and aging, says a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute
5. Burns Calories
People burn approximately 650 calories per donation of one pint of blood.