December is arguably the busiest and the merriest month of the year, adding a birthday to it is like cherry on top of an already delicious cake!
If you were born or gave birth in December, you’ve already been blessed with the most amazing Christmas present.
The idea of snuggling with your new bundle of joy while watching the snow outside is now even more special because a study shows that babies born in December have a lot more to be grateful for than just the holiday festivities.
According to the recent findings by Bright Side, winter babies have certain advantages over the rest of us when it comes to living a long, healthy life.
Of course, we couldn’t wait to share the results with our readers born in December therefore we included a bonus list of your favorite celebrities who share the same birth month as you. Are you ready to find out who’s your Hollywood birthday twin?
Bright Side conducted a study to determine the effect of one’s birth month on their life expectancy. The study collected randomized data on people born in different months and how long they lived, with the results showing a very unexpected trend.
According to the findings, it was the people born in December who lived the longest, with many going strong even after hitting the 100-year mark.
This is great news for December angels because not only do they get to enjoy the best birthdays, but they also get to celebrate more of them! So, if you’re born in December, you should rest assured knowing that you’ll be around for a very long time.
But why exactly is it that people who are born in December live longer? Is it because they share the same birth month as Santa, who never seems to age? Or are the holiday indulgences and bottomless wine the secret to longevity?
A different study observing sleep patterns in people born in different months of the year shows that December babies tend to get better sleep than the rest of us.
Maybe it’s the cozy weather and weighted blankets that help them fall asleep quicker or that the firecrackers have made them immune to loud sounds and disturbances.
Another interesting study has also shown that people born in December are at a lesser risk of developing heart diseases, and hence, live longer.
And if that wasn’t enough people born in December are happier and more extroverted. They are also more intelligent which helps them get ahead in school. December babies have seemingly hit the jackpot, don’t you think?