Does your month of birth determine you developing Hashimoto’s and why?

Results of Boost Health science survey, part I

Boost Thyroid
Aug 9, 2017 · 5 min read

What does science say?

One big study, done on more than 115,000 people, shows that most of the people diagnosed with autoimmune diseases are born in April and the least in October; research was done on people born and living in the Northern Hemisphere (1).

What does our survey show?

Most of the people with Hashimoto’s are born between March and July (an average of 13 in 100). The lowest number of people with Hashimoto’s is October to February (an average of 4 in 100).

What does this mean?

Correlation of sun hours in 10 Northern Hemisphere cities and rates of diagnosis of Hashimoto’s.

CONCLUSIONS

The survey is ongoing, and can be accessed here



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Companion health app for people diagnosed with Hashimoto’s and an underactive thyroid.