A research has revealed that people born in the spring and summer season are more likely to have heart disease than those born in the autumn. Researchers say that these deaths are due to fluctuations in diets, air pollution levels. Also, how much sun exposure you have got before birth and early in life also matters. Based on earlier studies in the Northern Hemisphere (Northern Hemisphere), it is being said that those who are born in the spring and summer seasons have a higher risk of death due to cardiovascular disease.
Researchers say that if family history and socioeconomic causes are excluded
But at the same time, researchers have also made it clear that family history, medical condition and lifestyle cannot be ignored with all these reasons.The age of the people involved in this research ranged between 30 and 55 years and the data of 43 thousand deaths registered during the study were included in the research. Of these, 8 thousand 360 people died due to cardiovascular disease. Researchers say that if family history and socioeconomic causes are excluded, women born in spring and summer have a slight but significant increase in cardiac death compared to women born in autumn.