One of the reasons for the increase in hematocrit is the lack of water in the body, which makes the blood viscous. To prevent this from happening, drink at least 1 liter of water per day. I draw your attention to not drinking liquid (tea, coffee, various drinks), but water. And be healthy!
Good afternoon. Hematocrit is an important indicator of the state of the blood, from which one can conclude about its viscosity. If the hematocrit in the blood is elevated, this means that its viscosity is increasing.
The reasons for the increase in the hematocrit in the blood may be associated with a disease in the body, or some other factors not related to diseases, for example, due to heavy physical exertion, stress, smoking, etc.
When there is an increased hematocrit in your blood, you should consult a doctor so that he can identify the cause and prescribe an adequate treatment, if required.
For more information on the reasons for the increased hematocrit in the blood, you can read here: What does the increased hematocrit in the blood mean?
Hematocrit is a measure of the volume of red blood cells in a person's blood. An increase in this indicator may be a symptom: