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A study of 9000 children showed that anxiety and stress during pregnancy will affect the baby's emotion. When large, these children tend to be whiny and anxious so often the target of harassment (bullying) at school.
"When you're feeling stressed, certain hormones are released in large enough quantities and enter the blood circulation so that the baby is also developing a stress response system," said Professor Dieter Wolke, from the University of Warwick.
He added that the changes in the stress response system will affect the child's behavior and how to respond to emotional distress. "Children are easily demonstrate stress reactions, such as crying or running away from a problem, tend to be selected as the target of harassment," he said.
There are several stress factors identified by Wolke, such as financial difficulties, kecandungan alcohol or cigarettes, as well as domestic violence.
All of these factors ultimately becomes a vicious circle, anxiety-prone children who easily become victims of abuse and their effect on mental conditions in adulthood.
Another study conducted in Germany also showed stress experienced during pregnancy will affect the long-term. Stress hormone receptors in the body will cause biological changes in the body of the baby. This causes the child later will have difficulty controlling stress. They are also susceptible to mental illness. - Family and Lifestyle
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