t some point in our lives, we've probably all looked up our horoscope. They're fun to read, and 33% of Americans believe that they are accurate predictions of our futures.
While the value of astrology is a topic of great debate, science has recently acknowledged that the month you were born does actually say a fair amount about what types of health risks you might experience, your personality, and even your profession.
Keep reading to find out what your birth month has to say about you!
People with January birthdays tend to be more even tempered, but they are also more likely to have depression due to the lack of light in winter.
Health wise, those born in January often develop issues with constipation, gastric ulcers, heart attacks, migraines, menopause problems and loin pains. However, men both in this month are also less likely to suffer from thyroid gland issues.
Common professions: debt collectors and realtors.
More than any other month, February babies tend to develop thyroid gland problems, thrombosis, heart diseases and osteoarthritis.
Common professions: artists and performers.
Born in March? You may be more likely to have hyperthymia, which means you tend to be in a good mood and see the world in a positive light.
Men born in this chilly month are predisposed to cataracts, heart issues, and asthma. And women born in March tend to have a higher chance of developing constipation, arthritis, and rheumatism.
Men born in this rainy month may be more likely to suffer from thyroid gland issues, asthma, and osteoporosis. Women should look out for tumors, bronchitis, and osteoporosis.
Common profession: bosses and other leadership roles.
Men born in this month of flowers may be more likely to develop depression, diabetes, and asthma, while women tend to have constipation, chronic allergies, and osteoporosis.
Common professions: sportsmen and politicians.