For a long time science did not look favorably horoscope issues. However, new research shows that this scenario may change. Spanish scientists have discovered that the month of birth can influence a person's health.
Similarly, women born in July were 27% more likely to be diagnosed with hypertension and have a 40 percent greater chance of having urinary incontinence.
In addition, scientists also found that a few months have a significant protective effect on health. So, men born in June were 34 percent less likely to suffer from depression and 22 percent less likely to suffer from back pain.
On the other hand, there were strong peaks of depression in men born between May and December
Women born in June had a 33% lower risk of migraine and 35% less likely to have health problems during menopause.
People born in September appeared to be less likely to be diagnosed with any disease
Variation of temperature
Experts speculate that the variety in relation to aspects of health may be related to the season of the year corresponding to the month of birth
This is because depending on the period, aspects such as exposure to lightning solar, vitamin D. temperature, seasonal exposure to viruses and allergies that may influence the health of the newborn. The time of the year could even influence the development of the baby in the mother's womb.
It is worth remembering that the study in question shows only one hypothesis between the months of the year and health conditions. Other factors such as diet, lifestyle and genetic factors also need to be considered before drawing a health profile.
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