A great research has been conducted based on 1.7 million people born in the period from 1990 to 2000. They were tested to 1688 different illnesses, and it was clearly determined that 55 illnesses appear with people born in a certain month.
Of course, the influence of environment in the period of your birth influences your health, but it is just one of the factors. Physical activity, nutrition, and lifestyle are much more important, and they can't be generalized, but if we leave them out, we may get some basic symptoms that you should be aware of.
People born in the first month have a risk of high blood pressure and lung cancer. And those who live over 50 will live longer than their peers born in the spring.
These people rarely suffer from respiratory diseases, but more often than cardiovascular diseases, prostate and lung cancer. They also often suffer from rhinitis.
March children often suffer from heart disease and have increased the risk of heart arrhythmias and blood vessel blockage. Also, prostate cancer and rhinitis are becoming more common, just like with February children.
Those who came to the world in this month are prone to angina, heart disease, depression, and alcoholism. But they are most likely to suffer from respiratory illnesses.
People born in May are least ill! Problems that trouble them can be high blood pressure and multiple sclerosis. But, unlike winter children, they commit 17 percent more suicides.
This is the golden mean. June children are not prone to any diseases.
People born in this month are the healthiest, but also most infertile.
These people have increased the risk of dust allergy, as well as asthma. But they will rarely experience a stroke or heart attack.
Most often they suffer from asthma and allergy to dust. Children born in September should beware of bacterial inflammation of the airways. On the other hand, they rarely suffer from angina and heart disease.
Bad news for the fall kids is that they most often get sick. That is, from asthma, respiratory diseases, venous diseases, sexually transmitted diseases and insects like them most. Here are some good news – they will rarely suffer from high blood pressure, heart disease and prostate diseases.
November children are often sick, and they are the weakest when it comes to neurological diseases, such as ADHD. The good news is that they are the most fertile.
Born at the end of the year will often experience bone fractures, they are most prone to ST diseases, schizophrenia, and manic depression. But they live a few months longer than the spring children.