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US researchers conducted studies on adults who grew up in Romanian institutions with neglect, neglect. They have achieved some unexpected results.


The results of the study are surprising: the time spent in early childhood conditions with reduced intelligence, even shortness of telomeres that protect chromosomes, also reads about genetic aging.
Boston Children's Hospital and Tulane University staff first found a relationship between neglect and telomere in children.
The original study was published in Molecular Psychiatry. From this, it emerges that children (62 and 47 girls) raised in Romanian orphanages were analyzed for DNA. It has been found that children 6 through 10 years of age who have spent longer periods in institutional care before reaching the age of puberty typically have shorter chromosomal telomeres than the average age at such an age.

Early aging blood

As Charles Nelson researcher said that shortening telomeres that protect chromosomes may be accompanied by earlier aging, although the exact biological consequences of this phenomenon are unknown. Previous studies have shown that adults with higher rates of cardiovascular and cancers have similar telomeric regions.
"In the next step, we will examine whether telomere lengths are restored if children spend more time with proper care," added Nelson. The surveyed children participate in the Bucharest Early Intervention Project (BEIP), initiated by the Romanian government in 2000.
Baby Room: We have been well aware that early neglect of the nervous system results in precisely identifiable damage to the nervous system. The best known effect is that the prefrontal lobe does not develop. This area of ​​the brain is responsible for all that is human: it is where social and moral knowledge is acquired, it is where the "person" lives, and it is also about the regulation of sentiment. We also know that if stress hormones are regularly lost during childhood, it will have a lifelong effect: such a child will not be able to cope with stress well in adulthood, even if he / she is lightly panicked or angry about anything. Early care can play a major role in the quality of life later on. In order for the baby to get the best out of the family, it is important that the environment meets the needs of the little one, and that you do not intentionally put you in a situation that causes stress. Naturally, you can't be cautious about everything: if you bristle on a small one, never leave it alone in guilt, the best medicine for this is caution.