If you're getting dizzy when you stand up it's probably not a rush of blood to your head, but rather the opposite - a sudden drop of blood pressure. If you're a teen and growing rapidly then that's a common cause. If you're not a teen it might be worth talking to a doctor. Keeping fit can help with the problem.
a "reduction" of blood flow may prevent him getting an erection
No it thins the blood
Sepsis is an infection of the blood, and occur more often to those with weak immune systems. To build one's immune system, increase anti-oxidents like blueberries, green tea, and plenty of vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin A and C. To help to prevent getting sepsis, having a strong immune system, keep wounds clean and clear of infection, and to have blood work done to detect sepsis.
Elective cesarean section will prevent transmission of HIV in most cases. There are chances of mother's blood getting mixed up with the blood of the fetus during normal vaginal delivery. This is largely prevented in elective cesarean section delivery.
They have very long neck which the pulses in the arteries are not strong enough to push the blood up to the brain. The "VALVES" prevent the back flow of blood.........
vaccines are beneficial because they help prevent a disease happening to a person in the future by developing anti- bodies in the blood. they help fight the infection better
It's nothing really what you do, but it does occur when you are obese ( very fat ). It's when your blood isn't thin enough to go through your vains and gets built up somewhere. Usually people take blood thiners to prevent this from happening.
Valves prevent the backflow of blood
Absolutely not. Blood tests exist so that couples will not be at risk for HIV, AIDS or other diseases.
The Blood Is Strong was created in 1988.
your white blood cells. they fight off germs, diseases, and viruses.
White blood cells, which compile the immune system, can recreate, after a number of time. 'however, some diseases prevent this from happening, so in a few cases no