Tension in the family can influence the functioning of the baby's immune system - they are determined by experts from the Swedish University of Jönköping and Linköping in the journal Journal of Immunology.The immune system's job is to protect the body from viruses and bacteria. At the same time, the body is also capable of handling everyday stress - at least the type of stress that is temporary. On the other hand, the situation is righteous, or the long-term stress can negatively affect the immune system. This type of tension can develop when a family member dies or when adults go through a crisis.
The tension at home has an ubiquitous effect on the childBased on recent findings, children with high-stress families have high levels of cortisol, which is a biological indicator of tension. This confirms the connection that stress "sticks" to the little ones. The examination also confirms that high stress levels it has a bad effect on the immune system, so the body shows less resistance to increased tension. Instead, it can target substances inside the body that should be "left in the dark," which is all about autoimmune reactions.
For the purpose of the study, families with a two-year-old child were taken into care. The data were from the South East Sweden Children's Research (ABIS). Parents responded to requests for stress and hardship, such as job or unemployment. Based on the answers, the experts were able to identify a group of children who could conceive of the family situation. higher stress levelsas well as one that is presumably normal.
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