We all know that Blood Donation is a beneficial social act; we help other people who need blood in a way that is not really troublesome, and we can do it in regular basis if we are eligible and have healthy conditions. Besides that, Blood Donation means that we are participating in public screening program, which helps local health officials to review the general health trends and supports easier monitoring activities concerning disease trends or epidemics in your area. However, do you know that there are other more personal benefits related to donating your blood? They prove that donating blood is not only beneficial for other people, but also you.
The most obvious benefit of donating blood is the free health screening process. Before donating your blood, you will be tested for possible health problems or infectious disease, and officers will tell you if they make you ineligible for Blood Donation. By this screening test, you will get free, basic health information consists of your blood pressure, cholesterol level, hemoglobin level, and possible infectious disease if you really have them. This is of course cannot replace personal health screening process, but at least you will get the information if there is something wrong with your health.