Excessive harshness on children can cause depression
The training of children is not an easy task and now it has been revealed that if children are subjected to excessive strictness, their DNA is affected, due to which they can also suffer from depression in adolescence and youth.
In this way, due to the harshness and scolding of the parents, epigenetic changes occur in them and biologically they increase the risk of mental stress and depression, but its effects start appearing in adulthood, to eliminate its negative effect, it is necessary to train the children with a sense of security and love so that their personality can be balanced.
The study, now conducted by Professor Evelyn von Ashe of the University of Münster in Germany, who was associated with the University of Leuven in Belgium at the time of the research, has been presented at the conference of the European College of Neuropsychology Pharmacology, she says that the process of killing and shouting at children can affect the natural process of gene reading and thus affect the overall development of the child.
Although the study included very few people but their statistical significance is in place, it took 21 adolescent boys and girls who were raised and gently trained by their parents in the best environment, then compared them to 23 boys and girls who were the same age and had suffered parental beating, harshness and disorientation in childhood, their average age. It was 12 to 16 years old.
Then the experts examined the DNA of all the people involved, in which methylation was examined at 450,000 places of DNA, methylation is a natural process in which small pieces of chemical components attach to DNA and affect their instructions, if this process increases, then humans can suffer from depression.
Now the children who were trained in the harshest environment had a high rate of DNA change and after the review, its signs were also seen in their psychology.
Original Article Published on Dunyanews.tv
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