International Lefthanders Day 2021 -Mind Blowing Facts and People

 On the 13th of August, International Lefthanders Day will be celebrated. It's a day that celebrates the uniqueness and skill of left-handed people. It is a day that highlights the uniqueness of left-handedness and raises awareness about its benefits and disadvantages.

Many famous celebrities and personalities are left-handed. The Indian Left-Hander Club reports that many of the country's left-handers include Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Rajinikanth. Sachin Tendulkar and Ratan Tata are just a few.

Oprah Winfrey (ex-US President Barack Obama), Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Lady Gaga are just a few of the famous left-handed figures around the world.

Mother Teresa, Sir Isaac Newton (Mahatma Gandhi), Napoleon Bonaparte and Walt Disney were also left-handers.

When and by who was this day established?

Dean R Campbell established International Lefthanders Day in 1976. This day was created to highlight the daily problems that lefties face. Left-Handers International Inc was established by Campbell. Since then, the day has been observed every year.

Here are some interesting facts about left handed people

Those who use their left handed more are skilled at many sports, including boxing, swimming and tennis. They also have a higher skill set for multitasking than people who use their right hand.

- There are approximately 13% of people in the world who are left-handed.

- Furthermore, the connection between left and right brains is much stronger. This is why they have significantly higher memories than right-handed people.

- Lefties are more susceptible to getting allergies than right-handers, according to a book called "Cerebral Dominance. The Biological Foundations".

Lefties are more likely to suffer from psychosis, insomnia, and migraines. It is important to note that lefties recover quicker from injuries than righties.

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