Blood donors have a lower risk of heart attack

People, who routinely give blood, have a lower risk of heart attack, what is the cause?

This is caused by decreased levels of iron in the body, which affects blood viscosity in the body. Blood viscosity in the body is what affects the performance of the heart in our body.

After blood donation, our body will be triggered to form new blood cells as a natural process to restore iron levels in the body. In addition, people, who routinely give blood, will also routinely have health check-ups at the same time. Therefore, people, who routinely do blood donations, will have a lower risk of heart attack. In addition to helping others, giving blood also helps our health.

Let's give blood at the nearest PMI or other locations as scheduled.