Did you know Oprah and the Queen are left-handed
Left-handed people are known as lefties or southpaws. In the past left-handed people were viewed and treated as outcasts, and they feared being accused of witchcraft.
Well, these myths have been proved to be false over the years, and it has been asserted that being left-handed is associated with higher intelligence.
Let’s take a look at some of the gifts southpaws possess
- Many Lefties Learn To Be Ambidextrous: Left-handed people learn to be ambidextrous, Ambidextrous in the sense that they can use both hands effortlessly.
- Better Athletes:
Science says left-handed people are better athletes, and this is not because they are stronger or faster, but because their rightie competitors have a harder time reacting to lefty movements.
- They Are Very Creative: Left-handed is good when it comes to creativity, originality, daydreaming, and intuition. They’re also better at rhythm and visualization. Left-handed people are said to be good at complex reasoning
- Health Benefits:
Left-handed stroke patients have been known to recover faster. While the reason is undefined, few believe it’s due to left-handed people having to maintain both sides of the brain to succeed in a right-handed world.
- Have A Great Chance At Sports: Left-handers may have the advantage in competitions where rivals face each other, such as tennis, baseball, and the likes. This is so because left-handed athletes have more chances to practice against right-handed opponents.
Here are 5 of the many gifts left-handed people possess. Do you know others? Let us know in the comments section.