Signs of blood concentration

A condition in which the number of red blood cells per unit volume increases is called the concentration of blood. In this disease, the level of hemoglobin in men is higher than 18 grams and in women is higher than 16 grams per deciliter. It is more common in men over the age of 40. The disease slows the movement of blood in the arteries and heart and increases the risk of blood clots. Various factors can cause blood clots; Excessive eating of fatty foods rich in red meat and solid fats, genetic and congenital factors, anxiety and emotional shock, sweating and severe diarrhea, living or being in the highlands and mountainous areas, air pollution, smoking and Existence of cardiopulmonary diseases
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