Blood Donation Camp
Appeal for Blood Donation at SRWS High School
A significant lack of blood has resulted in many fatalities and deaths as the phase continues to grow. Patients with serious conditions and illnesses like Thalassaemia, for example, need large amounts of blood to be administered in order to keep them alive and well. Some people don't live to maturity because of a lack of blood supply, and many don't even make it to adulthood. And there's a severe blood shortage.
It is essential to our present and will sustain our future. It's time to answer the call of the hour and give blood now. Every gift in the form of blood counts because it has the potential to save up to four lives at once.
Blood donation is discouraged by several myths and misconceptions. It’s time to dispel all of those.
The Benefits of Donating Blood
Several advantages accrue to both the donor and the recipient as a result of blood donation.
1. Firstly, for our health, we need a steady supply of blood.
Donating blood on a regular basis may improve blood flow. Stress and a poor diet might cause your blood to coagulate abnormally. The blood is thickened and slowed down as a result of this medication. Donate blood in order to get rid of those additional poisons.
2. Maintaining healthy levels of ferrous sulfate in the human body
Our bodies might become toxic if we have too much iron in them. Donating blood has a significant positive impact on our iron levels. For every unit of blood given, we shed around a quarter gram of iron.
3. Make a difference in the health of another person.
Helping someone with cancer, bleeding problems, and persistent anemia is one of the many ways that our blood donation benefits others. Having a supply of our own blood on hand in case a suitable donor isn't available might be helpful. Donations make a difference, no matter how little.
As a result of generous blood donors, many lives are saved each and every day!
Being a lifesaver is an honorable calling.