Hmm .. I usually show my brother right and left when driving, otherwise he will definitely confuse))) Well, in general, from the vastness of the Internet, in 1978, researchers interviewed 364 university students who did not have any neurological problems. It turned out that left-right confusion was common, especially among women. So why is this happening? There is some association between the degree of lateralization, that is, the specialization of brain functions, such as right-handedness and left-handedness, and the occurrence of confusion. For example, left-right confusion may be related to spatial thinking. This may explain why the phenomenon is more common in women, as they tend to perform worse on spatial reasoning tests, such as, for example, mentally scrolling an image to see if it is the same or a mirror image. There is also a theory that the asymmetry of one of the brain hemispheres also plays a role. In 2009, British scientists found that those whose hearing was displaced more towards one ear - a sign of asymmetry, were more likely to confuse left and right. Still, there is still no definite answer to what plays a big role in this confusion.
Sometimes it's hard to figure it out right away, because as a child I confused them! Therefore, even now I sometimes remember "with which hand I hold the spoon when I eat", and only then it dawns on me.