Blood groups & Your Blood Type About Your Personality!

A blood group is defined as the classification of blood based on the presence or absence of inherited antigenic substances on the surface of red blood cells (RBCs). .Any of various classes into which human blood can be divided according to immunological compatibility based on thepresence or absence of specific antigens on red blood cells. Also called blood type. Compare ABO system, Rh factor.The ABO system is the most important blood-group system in human-blood transfusion. The associated anti-A and anti-B antibodies are usually immunoglobulin M, abbreviated IgM, antibodies. ABO IgM antibodies are produced in the first years of life by sensitization to environmental substances such as food, bacteria, and viruses. The original terminology used by Dr. Karl Landsteiner in 1901 for the classification is A/B/C; in later publications “C” became “O”. “O” is often called 0 in other languages.

The Distribution of Blood Groups: The chart below shows the distribution of blood groups amongst our donors. It’s important that we collect enough of the right type of blood in the right quantities to meet the needs of hospitals and patients across England.


ABO Blood Group % of donor population with this group % of blood issued to hospitals
A + 30% 30%
A – 8% 8%
B + 8% 8%
B – 2% 2%
O + 36% 36%
O – 12% 13%
AB + 3% 2%
AB – 1%

There are four blood types: O, A, AB and B, with blood type A being the most common.Here are some examples of blood type and personality.

A Type (A+, A-)

One of the more populous blood types, As are reportedly cooperative and sensitive, while being smart and passionate perfectionists. They find it important to get along with others and tend to bottle up their feelings in order to do that, sometimes making them uncomfortable around people. They can be shy and withdrawn. They can be tense and impatient, but stay calm in a crisis because of their strength. A types are very responsible and crave success, but are sometimes unable to sleep well because stress affects them internally a great deal. Because of their innate sensitivity, As are thought to be very creative and the most artistic of the blood types.

B Type (B+, B-)

Third in line in the population count, Bs are a more balanced blood type. They are considered to be the most practical of the types. They can be thoughtful and sensitive, but also ambitious with some leadership qualities. They want to know all the details and directions of a project before they jump in. They are focused and goal oriented, even in the face of something impossible. Because they are individualists and like to follow their own rules, Bs can seem uncooperative. They can also come off as cold and serious because they focus more on their thoughts than their feelings.

AB Type (AB+, AB-)

While they are the least populous of all the blood types, the ABs are the most popular in a crowd. But, because they are both A and B blended, they sometimes have characteristics on both ends of the spectrum. For example, they can be both shy and outgoing. However, they are charming and don’t get put out by small matters. They are active and spiritual, and their lives tend to be full of excitement. Sometimes ABs can seem flaky, because while they are responsible and trustworthy, they don’t like having too much asked of them and only want to do favors on their own terms. They do their own thing and, like As, don’t react well to stress.

O Type (O+, O-)

The Os make up the highest number of the population, with more than 35 percent of all people having type O+. This is the independent type. They are known as the leaders and the loners. They are self-reliant and daring, even though they value the opinions of others. Os are also intuitive and focused, but sometimes they aren’t dependable because they give up too easily. They are known as the most flexible of the blood types. They are energetic and social, and most tend to be outgoing and like to be the center of attention, but their self-confidence and audacity can make them seem too detached. Stress is no problem for an O, but they generally feel much better if they can be regularly physically active.


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