Although planets have been scientifically proven to be ineffective when it comes to influencing your life, recent research found that the season in which your born has some sort of impact on your health.
But how is it possible and what are the problems you should watch out for based on the season you were born in?
First, let’s explain this…
Pregnant women receive different quantities of sunlight throughout the year. Scientists assume that a lack of sunlight can impact the infant’s development in the womb. It turns out that the birth month affects the level of serotonin (good mood hormone) and dopamine (happiness hormone) in the body.
Thus, Spanish researchers from Alicante University defined the link between a person’s birth month and their risk of getting certain health problems and chronic diseases.
#1 – January
If your birth season is winter, chances are you are less short-tempered than people who were born in other seasons. In fact, you don’t get plenty of sun during this season. Therefore, you might be prone to suppressed mood and depression.
Men born in January usually suffer from loin pains, constipation, and gastric ulcers, while women are prone to menopause issues, migraine, and heart attacks.
#2 – February
Men who were born in February need to watch out for heart diseases, osteoarthritis, and thyroid gland problems, while women who celebrate birthdays during this month should particularly watch out for thrombosis.
#3 – March
Those who were born in the beautiful season of spring are likely to be always in a good mood and become cheerful optimists, which makes them prone to hyperthymia. Also, women who were born in March need to watch out for arthritis, constipation, and rheumatism, while men are more prone to heart problems, cataracts, and asthma.
#4 – April
Women whose birthdays are in April should watch out for osteoporosis, tumors, and bronchitis, while men born in April are prone to asthma, thyroid gland problems, and osteoporosis.
#5 – May
Men who were born in May are likely to suffer from diabetes, depression, and asthma, while women are rather prone to chronic allergies, constipation, and osteoporosis. Also, it’s worth mentioning that men born in May are prone to depression, just like the ones who were born in December.
#6 – June
Although those who are born in summer have a positive attitude about life, they are prone to frequent mood swings, or cyclothymia, which might develop into maniacal depressive psychosis, bipolar disorder, or another psychological. This effect is pretty obvious in these people compared to those who were born in winter.
Women who were born in June are prone to arthritis, urinary incontinence, and rheumatism, while men are likely to suffer from heart diseases, chronic bronchitis, and cataracts.
On the bright side, women who were born in the first month of summer have 35 percent less risk of having menopausal issues and 33 percent less risk of getting migraines. As for men, they have 34 percent fewer chances to develop depression and 22 percent less risk of having back pain.
#7 – July
Both men and women who were born in July are prone to chronic neck pain, tumors, arthritis, and asthma.
#8 – August
Men who were born in August are likely to suffer from thyroid gland problems, asthma, osteoporosis, while women are prone to thrombosis, arthritis, and rheumatism.
#9 – September
Those who were born in autumn may be short-tempered, but since they got plenty of sunlight, they are less likely to suffer from depression and bipolar disease.
People born in September are generally prone to thyroid gland problems and osteoporosis. However, men have higher chances to suffer from asthma, while women are more prone to tumors.
Fortunately, both of them are less likely to develop chronic diseases.
#10 – October
Women who were born in October should watch out for high levels of cholesterol and anemia, while men may expect migraines and thyroid gland problems. However, everyone is prone to suffer from osteoporosis.
#11 – November
Men have their birthday in November are prone to heart or thyroid gland problems and chronic skin diseases, while women are likely to get varicose veins, constipation, and heart attacks.
Good news for women who were born in November: menopause is likely to arrive without problems.
#12 – December
Women who were born in the last month of the year are prone to chronic bronchitis, thrombosis, and asthma, while men are likely to suffer from heart problems, depression, and cataracts.
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