Stress during childhood sharpens the mind


Researchers have found that moderate stress does not harm the child’s development, but instead may have a positive impact on their mental and motor development at age two. A moderate stress can provide constructive impact on the mental development at two year of age. It doesn’t hurt the children development.

Moderate stress may be resulted in unexpected advantages. This study is concluded by the researchers of Johns Hopkins University and the Nation Institute of Child Health Development (NICHD).

The report has been published in the journal Child Development. It says that chemicals which are produced by stress have a recognized influence on organ growth and development. It will have surprising effect after birth and necessary for optimal brain development.


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