Left handed fascinating facts

Image descriptionMost left-handers draw figures facing to the right.There is a high tendency in twins for one to be left-handed

Stuttering and dyslexia occur more often in left-handers (particularly if they are forced to change their writing hand as a child, like King of England George VI).


Image descriptionLeft-handers adjust more readily to seeing underwater.

Left-handers excel particularly in tennis, baseball, swimming and fencing

Left-handers usually reach puberty 4 to 5 months after right-handers

4 of the 5 original designers of the Macintosh computer were left-handed

1 in 4 Apollo astronauts were left-handed – 250% more than the normal level.

Left-handers are generally more intelligent, better looking, imaginative and multi-talented than right handers – based on discussions among members of the Left-Handers Club! :)

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2 comments on “Left handed fascinating facts
  1. Peter Hupkens says:

    Last year you posted an article wherein the claim was made that researchers had concluded that lefties convalesce faster from a stroke than richt handed victims. It just so happened that I experienced a stroke last year, hence the article stuck.

    However, I can’t seem to find the original copy. Can you help me out?

    Thanking you in advance for your troubles.

    Best regards,

    Petert Hupkens

  2. I Realy like this as I am. a left handed who was forced to write with right hand this resulted in becoming slow in writing and in any other type of activity also I used to feel that if I try to speak quickly the words would come out wrong thereforI preferred being quite most of the time to the extend I was nicknamed the Sphinx any way I am still left-handed except in writing though I can draw with both hands