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4 Advantages to Being a Lefthander

4 , Advantages to Being , a Lefthander. With approximately 90% of the world’s population being right-handed, being a leftie is considered very rare. In honor of International Lefthanders Day on August 13, here are four advantages left-handed people have. 1. According to a 2014 study, left-handed people were found to be better drivers than those who are right-handed. This is believed to be because cars are designed for right-handed drivers, meaning left-handed drivers must pay more attention to detail. 2. While this isn’t a proven fact, left-handed people may have a better chance of becoming president. Out of the past 15 presidents, seven have been non-righties, meaning their may be some advantage to being a leftie. . 3. In time-sensitive sports, it is harder for right-handed people to adjust when competing against left-handed people. This means that lefthanders have an advantage when it comes to certain sports. . 4. Researchers believe that left-handed people are wired in a way that makes them able to recover from a stroke better than right-handed people. In left-handers, the part of the brain in charge of staying alert can be spread out on both sides, while in right-handers, it’s only on the right side.
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