Does your blood type really determine you physiologically or define your personality? Well, to be honest it hard to say but statistically some characteristics can be determined. So, lets find if we are correct.
Type A Blood
People with type A blood have higher levels of cortisol in their bodies. They have a significantly higher risk of getting stomach cancer, pancreatic cancer, and leukemia. than most other blood types, and a slightly higher risk of getting heart disease. As far as their personalities go, they are sincere, responsible, patient, and reserved.
Type B Blood
People with type B blood have higher risk of getting ovarian cancer, and are 11% more likely to get heart disease than people with type O. On the flip side, they have 50,000 times the amount of useful bacteria strains when compared to A or O. Their personalities are active and creative, but also irresponsible and unpredictable.
Type AB Blood
People with AB type blood are 23% more likely than those with type O blood to get heart disease. Women with this blood type are also more likely to get pre-eclampsia, a serious blood condition that occurs when women are pregnant. People with this blood type are 82% more likely to suffer from cognitive difficulty with things like memory and language skills. People with this blood type can be cool and adaptable, but also hesitant and and negligent.
People with type O blood are more prone to Achilles tendon injuries. They also have a lower risk of getting pancreatic cancer and dying from malaria. The personalities of people with type O blood are typically strong-willed, intuitive, workaholics, and cold.