I have believed for a long time that people who have the Rhesus Negative bloodtype, are markedly different in many ways.
One of these, is the way that Rh Negs process and utilise oxygen.
Mainstream medical information is, as I have learned through my own experience, very scarce in relation to this, and very few doctors are not even willing to discuss the possibility, let alone have any advice.
So when I found the following article, it reinforced my belief, that not only were my original suspicions correct, but that others were now experiencing and discussing similar effects on themselves.
Recent studies suggest: Smoking cigarettes affects rh negative people more than rh positive people
As more and more studies are being focused on the rh negative blood factor, more and more differences in regard to health related subjects come to light.
RhD phenotype modulates the influence not only of latent toxoplasmosis, but also of at least two other potentially detrimental factors, age and smoking, on human behavior and physiology.
The negative effect of smoking on health (estimated on the basis of the self-rated number of common viral and bacterial diseases in the past year) was much stronger in RhD-negative than RhD-positive subjects.
It is critically needed to confirm the differences in health response to smoking between RhD-positive and RhD-negative subjects by objective medical examination in future studies.