Study shows the relationship between blood type and heart disease

Study shows the relationship between blood type and heart disease
Study shows the relationship between blood type and heart disease


A large number of studies and medical research recently focused on blood groups and their relationship to personal traits and general health, and indeed they reached amazing results that confirmed that blood type plays a major role in public health, the latest of which was stated in the following study, which revealed that owners of certain blood types are more susceptible to heart disease. than others.


Blood type and heart disease


The American Heart Association has revealed that people with blood type A, B or type AB are more likely to have a heart attack or heart failure, compared to people with type O, according to what was published by the cnet website.

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


Study details


People in the same study with blood types A and B were 51% more likely to develop deep vein thrombosis and 47% more likely to develop pulmonary embolism, a severe blood clotting disorder that can also increase the risk of heart failure.

The reason for this increased risk may be related to the inflammation that occurs in the bodies of people with type A, type B, or type AB.

Proteins in blood type A and B may cause more blockage or thickening in the veins and arteries, resulting in an increased risk of heart disease and clotting, compared to people with different blood types.


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