Approved by Scientists: Your Birth Month Influences Your Health and Character
Modern science proved that the planets have no influence on our lives. However, some recent investigations show that the season in which we are born influences our lives and health.
How does the season of our birth influence our lives? What are the things people born in autumn, summer, spring, or winter should pay attention to? These are the questions that we tried to answer. As a bonus, you can find out the most popular professions according to birth month.
Throughout the year, women get different amounts of solar light. Scientists from Budapest think that a lack of solar light may influence a child’s development in the mother’s womb.
Surprisingly, the birth month influences the level of dopamine and serotonin — the happiness and good mood hormones.
Together with that, researchers at Alicante University, Spain, defined the connection between the birth month of a person and a disposition to 27 chronic diseases and conditions.
Those who were born in winter are less short-tempered and choleric than those who were born in other seasons. However, you don’t get much sun during this time of the year. This is why those who were born in winter are disposed to suppressed mood and depression.
Those who have their birthday in January often experience gastric ulcers, constipation, loin pains (men), heart attacks, migraine, and menopause problems (women).
At the same time, men who were born in January suffer from thyroid gland problems 3 times less frequently compared to those who were born in September.
Those who have their birthdays in February should be aware of thyroid gland problems, osteoarthritis, heart diseases (men), and thrombosis (women).
All people who were born in spring are disposed to hyperthymia: they are always in a good mood. Those who have their birthdays in March, April, and May more often become cheerful optimists.
Men born in March may have asthma, cataracts, and heart problems.
Women should be aware of rheumatism, constipation, and arthritis.
Men born in April are disposed to osteoporosis, thyroid gland problems, and asthma. Women born in April should be aware of bronchitis, tumors, and osteoporosis.
Those men born in May may be disposed to asthma, depression, and diabetes. Women are likely to have osteoporosis, constipation, and chronic allergies.
At the same time, men born in May are likely to be disposed to depression, as are those born in December.
People born in summer view this world positively. Nevertheless, they are disposed to cyclothymia: frequent mood swings. In some rare cases, cyclothymia may progress into a psychological disorder such as a bipolar disorder or a maniacal depressive psychosis. The “swing” effect in these people is very obvious compared to those born in winter months.
Men born in June are disposed to having cataracts, chronic bronchitis, and heart diseases. Women are likely to suffer from rheumatism, urinary incontinence, and arthritis.
Men born in the first summer month are 34% less likely to suffer from depression and 22% less likely to suffer from back pain. At the same time, women born in June are 35% less likely to have menopausal problems and 33% less likely to suffer from migraines.
People born in July are likely to have asthma, arthritis, tumors, and chronic neck pain.
People born in August are disposed to the following diseases: men might have osteoporosis, asthma, and thyroid gland problems; women may have rheumatism, arthritis, and thrombosis.
People born in the fall are likely to be short-tempered. The good news is that, thanks to a lot of sunlight, people born in September, October, and November are not disposed to depression or bipolar disease.
Everyone born in September may suffer from osteoporosis and thyroid gland problems. Men may suffer from asthma, and women may suffer from tumors.
The good news is that everyone born in September has less chance of suffering from any chronic disease.
Men born in October are disposed to thyroid gland problems and migraines; women are disposed to anemia and high levels of cholesterol. Both men and women are likely to have osteoporosis.
Men born in November are likely to have chronic skin diseases and heart or thyroid gland problems. Women born in November may suffer from heart attacks, constipation, or varicose veins. Bonus: women born in November won’t have problems during their menopause.
Men born in the last month of the year are likely to have cataracts, depression, and heart problems. Women are likely to have asthma, thrombosis, and chronic bronchitis.
Together with some specific character traits and diseases, people born in particular months are likely to follow some definite career path.
People born in January may become collectors — specialists in debt collection — and real-tors.
People born in February may become artists or performers.
People born in March may become musicians or pilots.
People born in April may become dictator bosses.
People born in May may become sportsmen or politicians.
People born in June may become CEOs or scientists.
People born in July may become builders, train drivers, or performers.
People born in August may become builders or politicians.
People born in September may become high-achieving students or sportsmen.
People born in October may become politicians.
People born in November may become “famous” criminals.
People born in December may become dentists or messiahs.
Don’t take the results of this investigation as something absolutely irreversible. First of all, the weather conditions in different countries may alter. Secondly, each person evolves in his or her own way, develops a unique personality, and improves his or her health condition. These actions are available for every person, and it doesn’t matter whether you were born on Christmas Day, Independence Day, or Thanksgiving.
Culled from Bright Side
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He is currently studying for a Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom. He has diplomas in Banking and Finance, Investigative Journalism, Creative Writing, and Linguistics from Lagos State Polytechnic, Isolo, Lagos, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland and The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom.