Now, let’s begin with the benefits for donating blood. BODY II. Benefits: A. The Joy of Saving Human Lives: It is such a wonderful feeling being able to help doctors save human lives. There are no perfect substitutes for human blood. The blood you donate is divided into various components according to the needs of patients. Each component can be used by different recipients for various purposes. B. Free Health Check-up: You can donate blood only if you are fit enough to do so. Before every blood donation process, a series of health check-ups are performed on the donor totally free of cost. This will be of great benefit to you.
For example, you will come to know of any blood pressure abnormalities. C. Reduces Risk of Heart Disease: Regular blood donations help to keep the levels of iron in the body in check, especially In males. This has shown to reduce heart disease. D. Burns Calories: One time blood donation helps you shed 650 Kcal. This can aid you in your body weight control measures. However, blood can be donated safely once in two or three months and not more frequently. E. Reduces the Risk of Cancer: High levels of iron have been implicated in cancer. Theoretically, donating blood frequently will reduce the risk of cancers.
More research is going on to find strong evidence on this one. TRANSITION: Now that we know the benefits, lets move on to the process for giving blood. Ill. Process for donating blood: A. I want you to donate blood and to understand the process of giving blood. B. The Blood Bank in Jaybird has outlined the simple process of donating blood and I would like to share that information with you. C. First you must be found eligible to donate blood. 1 You must be at least 1 7 year’s old, weigh at least 50 keg, and be in good health. 2. Anyone who feels that their blood is at “high risk” for contracting certain diseases should not donate.
D. If you think you could be eligible to donate, visit the any blood bank branch available in your area of living. 1. Here you will answer a list of questions relating to your medical history. 2. If you pass the medical history test and if your iron level, blood pressure, temperature, and pulse are at appropriate levels you may donate blood. 3. A blood technician will clean your skin around the veins in your arm and then insert a needle to extract the blood. 4. The actual extraction of the much- deed blood only takes between 7 and 10 minutes, and then you may go home knowing that you just saved up to 3 lives.
E. There are also other benefits of giving blood. 1 . Soon after giving blood, you will receive a postcard with your cholesterol level on it along with the phrase, “Congratulations, you have just saved up to three lives! ” 2. Also, you get to enjoy your favorite cookies, crackers, and beverages while you donate. 3. Many Blood Bank also give you a free T-shirt for donating. F. Some of you still many have questions about giving blood. 1 . Are you thinking, “l would love to donate blood, but doesn’t it hurt really ad? ”