The idea that belonging to a certain blood group could be a factor in the resistance to stress is quite interesting. Such a link is explained by the inheritance adhesion genes, which form the blood group, on the one hand, and regulation of stress hormones (glucocorticoids and catecholamines), on the other hand.
It is assumed that people with the first group of blood are most resistant to stress.
Then comes the fourth group of blood.
The most volatile are believed to be individuals with the second group of blood.
Middle position between the fourth and second team is hold by the third group of blood.
The levels of stress resistance regarding the blood group:
- The first group of blood (0)
- The fourth group of blood (AB)
- The third group of blood (B)
- The second group of blood (A)