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Deterioration of the relationship the mother may lead to obesity

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U.S. study showed that the small child who is not a good relationship with his mother more likely to gain weight when made by the old. Researchers followed nearly a thousand children to adulthood, that more than 25% of those who registered the lowest scores on tests of the relationship between mother and child were obese at the age of 15 years. The results also showed that published in the journal "Pedaatricks that" in contrast, only 13% of the children whether they had good relations with their mothers were obese. Said Sarah Anderson, who participated in the study, that childhood tense can make a lasting impact on the child's brain. Anderson said that working in the School of Public Health of the University of Ohio, that there is overlap between the brain areas that control the balance between stress and energy. She noted that perhaps the stress response associated with obesity through the regulation of appetite. The study was based to 977 children a video filmed while playing with their mothers at the age of years and two and three years of age. Then the researchers conducted an assessment of the relationship of children in this age their mothers based on the mother's ability to recognize the emotional status of the child and the extent of the warmth that has to give, and the tendency of the child to discover the environment around it freely, an issue linked to the so-called "sense of security through the link." For his part, David Josal, a pediatrician who participated in the study, that unhealthy diet and lack of exercise and sleep factors are likely to play a larger role in obesity. But he said the stress, whether as a result of genetic abnormalities or behavioral changes may have an impact and can be a low relationship between mother and child among the reasons. Josal said, a large hospital doctors Corner for children in Chicago, "What Nmahh in adulthood is the cumulative effect is clear what happened earlier in life." According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said at the moment is suffering from obesity, 17% of all children and adolescents in the United States.

Source: Al-Jazeera

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