Long ago in Japan, people believed that our blood type had a direct impact on our personalities and our abilities in different areas. Many years later, in 1970, their belief turned out to be true thanks to the work of Masahiko Nomi, a Japanese researcher who proved that every blood type has a remarkable impact on each and every person, including their personality and wellbeing.
Today, Japanese kindergartens group their children by their blood type and have different education plans for each.
Below you will find what each blood type says about one’s personality.
Blood Type A
People with blood type A make for good listeners and great friends, and they ten to always put others first. However, they lack expressing their emotions and with time, this “issue” can lead to problems like anxiety and depression.
The traits of type A, or also known as “The Farmer“:
- unable to relax
According to the Japanese, type A individuals make great accountants, librarians, attorneys, economists and writers.
Blood Type B
Friendly and sociable are the words that can describe people with blood type B. They also make for great friends and listeners like type A, but not at their own expense. Unlike type A, they are putting themselves first when needed and have no problem expressing their emotions.
The traits of type B, or also known as “The Hunter“:
- dislike custom
People with blood type B also pay attention to body language and are very good at reading other people. These are the reasons why they make for great psychiatrists, detectives, and journalists.
Blood Type AB
This is the rarest blood type on Earth. People with AB blood type are very spiritual, rational and level-headed. Planning and organizing is what they stand for.
The traits of type AB, or also known as “The Humanist“:
- standoffish (sometimes)
These people are good at public relations as well as managerial and educational positions.
Blood Type O
As you might already know, blood type O is the most common blood type. According to the Japanese, individuals with this blood type crave power. Competition is in their veins, and they are more focused on making progress than making friends.
The traits of type O, or also known as “The Warrior“:
People with blood type O make great leaders!
Rh-negative is a smaller subset within each blood type. It is estimated that only about 15% of the entire US population has Rh-negative blood. For those of you who are Rh-negative, many of the characteristics of your primary blood type will apply, but along with a few extra such as higher IQ than average as well as strong emphatic qualities.
Important notice: This article is for informational and entertainment purposes only, and the content herein should not be mistaken for professional health advice. It is highly recommended that you seek advice from a doctor and other health care professionals for serious health and beauty matters.