Unloving parents leave deep traces in their children's lives! Repercussions are genetic
Children are affected at the genetic level if they have unloving parents. A cool way to grow them, without love and affection dramatically changes their lives, specialists warn!
A new study by Lomo Linda University researchers suggests that a parent's remote behavior towards his or her child may have negative effects on the baby's health, such as premature aging or an increased risk of developing various diseases, even premature death.
"The way someone is grown is a story intertwined with their genetics," said study author Dr. Raymond Knutsen, according to the New York Post.
The research found that telomeres of participants who had distant mothers were on average 25% lower than those who consistently felt the support of those who gave them life.
"Telomeres have been called a genetic clock, but now we know that with increasing stress, telomere is shorter and the risk of a series of diseases increases, as well as premature death," said Dr. Knutsen.
Researchers compared the severity of effects from a number of causes: body excess, education, and distant parents. It is shocking that the most serious repercussions have been registered in neglected children!
Telomeres shorten with the passage of years and due to some illnesses. There are theories that link the shortening of the telomere length to the aging process and the occurrence of age-specific illnesses, and implicitly, the life of the individual's telomere length.
With the significant decrease in telomere, the chromosome loses its stability and numerous chromosomal rearrangements result in cell death (apoptosis) or entry into a state called replicative senescence.