What would you like to do?
When blood should be donated in daily life?
Lie down on the floor and raise your legs up high for a few mins, for example 2mins. When you stop felling dizzy/lightheaded slowly stand up from the floor. If you are still f…elling dizzy or lightheaded lie down again with legs raised, but for a longer period. If it is a problem that doesn't seem to go away, you must ask someone to call for an ambulance for you or arrange transport to the nearest hospital.
People donate blood to others who lose a lot of their blood so they can get more.When you lose too much blood,you get loopy,sick,a bad headache.And if you stay like that for t…oo long,you can die.You need blood to keep yourself alive.
Eat a normal meal before donating blood, and drink plenty of water or juice after your donation. You don't need to overeat to compesate for the blood donation.
If it is your first time, you do not need to bring anything. If you have donated before, you need to bring your blood donor card or a letter that was sent to you from th…e blood donation service.
If a loved one was in need of blood or they would die wouldn't you want them to be able to get that blood? If you give blood you can make another family grateful. a…nd you may just save someone's life
some carbohydrates You should eat foods rich in iron and a little of sugar a very small quantity of sugar.This is because blood needs these kinds of nutrients.
Your blood is not effected by your period in the opinion of the blood bank there is no concern when your period is. Although if you suffer from nausia or lite headeness during… your period donating blood can inhance that effect.
The following categories of people should avoid giving blood: Pregnant or lactating women, or those who have recently had an abortion.Persons who are on steroids, hormonal sup…plements or certain specified medicationPersons with multiple sexual partners or those who are addicted to drugsPersons who have had an attack of infection like jaundice, rubella, typhoid or malaria.Persons who have undergone surgery in the previous six months.Persons who have consumed alcohol in the 24 hours prior to donationWomen should avoid donation during their menstruating period.Those who have undergone various vaccinations should avoid donation for the corresponding period specified below: Type of VaccineThe period in which donation should be avoided. Hepatitis B | 6 months Live vaccines | 2 weeks Killed vaccines | 48 Hours Rabies | 1 yearPersons with any systemic disease like heart disease, kidney disease, liver problems, blood disorders or asthma should NOT donate blood. Persons suffering from infections transmitted through transfusions like HIV, Hepatitis, Syphilis etc should Not donate blood.
This depends on what country you live in. Go into a hospital or blood bank and ask. Or ask your GP.
A person has to wait atleast 24 hours after donating blood. I am saying this out of my own experience; I had a beer after i donated blood , and it was i believe 4 hours after …the bood donation. I wasn't able to see any thing, it will weeken your eye sight. The worst part is that it will raise your blood pressure to extreme level. the worst thing to do after donating blood is consuming liqure...
you should wait for 48 hours after donating blood before you go flying
it is ok to donate blood. 'cause your body can make blood in a couple of hours. when you donate blood, make sure you don't drive because you don't have that strength.
Sleep enough 7-8 hours take breakfast (and lunch) drink enough water
If compensation system helps encourage more people to donate, why not? Just don't let people think they can abuse this system.
It is unusual for anyone to feel tired so long after donating blood if they were completely fit and healthy
FDA guidelines allow a maximum of 10.5 ml/kg body weight to be collected at each whole blood collection, including samples for mandated screening tests. The majority of blood …centers use 500 ml collection bags (+ up to 50 ml for testing). The is approximately 12% circulating blood volume in a 50 kg (110 lb) donor, representing the lowest weight a blood donor may be. This volume was selected because studies have indicated a loss of 15% or more of circulating blood volume is associated with an increase in donor reactions, such as syncope, nausea and seizure activity.