The Positive Side of Ineligibility for Blood Donation | LinkedIn

You can do it because they give you a snack and a drink or (most normal) to help others, but it is the perfect example of a good deed. However, sometimes a person goes to donate blood and they reject the altruistic gesture and not because the donor has any health problem. As the food expert Manuel Muñoz de Arcos, who just happened to him, writes, this may be due to excess blood after a massive appeal to donate. And it is good news that, far from discouraging potential donors, it should motivate them even more.

“I admit it, at first I felt frustrated, then I thought… what good news, I wish this always happened!”, he writes.

And you, do you usually donate blood? Talk about your experience in the comments.

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