“I didn’t kill others, I killed my mother”
This sentence from the 12 -year -old mother -in -law boy really made the “old mothers” in front of the screen tight. It is not enough to raise the baby hard to raise the baby hard.
Today we will introduce a string of research related to the mental health of the baby.
One psychiatric warning from Denmark -epilepsy
FEBrile Seizures, due to some reasons, the convulsions that occur when the body temperature rises by more than 38 degrees, manifested as twitching, rolling eyes, etc. It is one of the common neurological diseases in childhood and the most common cause of convulsions, with a prevalence of 3%to 5%.
Although it is a common neurological disease, it does not mean that children usually draw (the convulsions or epilepsy caused by fever).
Denmark’s power to raise a country tells you: Children’s fever or epilepsy will make TA easy to be refined from childhood to adolescence and early adults! god! sick! Intersection
Study published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health
Studies have shown that pediatric seizures are related to mental illness in childhood. What about growing up? Is there any relationship?
With this question, Danish scientists studied more than 1.29 million children born in Denmark from January 1, 1978 to December 31, 2002. Each person was followed up for 11.6 years. At the end, the average age of these children was It is 21 years old.
Among them, 43,148 people were once high -heat, 10,355 people suffered from epilepsy, and 1696 people had two things.
Among the total number of people, 83,735 people were identified as one of the five mental illness of “drug abuse, schizophrenia, emotional disorders, anxiety, and personality disorders” in adolescence or early adults.
So what is the relationship between high fever convulsions and epilepsy and mental illness?
High fever convulsions have increased the risk of any kind of mental illness by 1.12 times;
Epilepsy increased this risk by 1.34 times;
Unfortunately, children with high fever and epilepsy have a risk of 1.5 times.
In various major illnesses and small disasters from childhood to large, the history of epilepsy was closely related to the risk of mental illness. Among these five mental illness, the most closely related is schizophrenia, followed by anxiety and emotional disorders.
There is no gender difference in boys and girls, but the risk of mental illness will increase with the number of thermal convulsions and the post -seizures of children’s epilepsy.
Not only that, people who have had a history of convulsions in childhood, and the risk of mental illness caused by alcohol after taking alcohol is higher than that of marijuana. why? Researchers don’t know yet.
In the analysis of the age of onset, scientists noticed that the relationship between epilepsy and mental illness seemed to become stronger in the later stage of epilepsy, that is, the most risk of mental illness among children aged 7 to 9 years old.
However, a large amount of evidence shows that epilepsy and mental disorders are a two -way relationship: epilepsy may cause mental illness; and mental illness may also cause epilepsy. Therefore, in this age group, some children of epilepsy may have mental illness without a doctor diagnosed before the seizures, because this two -way effect cannot be ruled out, and it cannot be concluded for the time being.
It seems that paying attention to children’s mental health, you have to start with their pumping!
Denmark hurriedly held me: “Slow, it’s not over yet!”
Second, psychiatric warning from Denmark -infection
Still improper infection? Still eating antibiotics?
Denmark’s power to tell you again: Be careful to become fine! god! sick! Intersection
Research and published in Jama Psychiatry
Research on adults in the past showed that severe infection would lead to increased risk of mental disorders. What about the child? Will children have a sustainability on the future mental health after infection?
Curious Danish researchers also investigated more than 1 million people born in Denmark from 1995 to 2012.
The results show
■ Severe infections that need to be hospitalized will increase the risk of mental illness that need to be resolved to the hospital by 84 %, and the risk of using psychiatric disease -related drugs will increase by 42 %.
“Oh, severe infection, right? Then our baby has never got it, don’t watch it ~”
Denmark: Slow …
■ The kind of not serious infection of anti -infective medicine will also increase the risk of “mental illness that needs to be hospitalized” by 40 %, and increase the risk of “taking mental illness drugs” by 22 %;
Not only that, scientists also pointed out that the use of “antibiotics” is the most related anti -infective drugs that increase the risk of mental illness.
By the way, they summarized the “increased risk of mental illness” mentioned above: which kind of mental illness is:
From the current table, schizophrenia spectrum disorder, obsessive disorder, personality and behavioral disorders, mental development, autism spectrum disorder, attention defect/multi -dysfunction, oppositional disorder and behavioral disorder, twitching disorders, dyskinesia, twitching disorders, and twitching disorder, The risk of infection and use of antibiotics is the highest.
Among them, the most risky mental illness caused by infection is: mental development; the most risk -up mental illness caused by the use of anti -infective drugs is: twitching disorders.
In order to confirm the accuracy of the results, the researchers also compared patients who were not only children with their siblings. Results: Due to the increase in the risk of infection and hospitalization, the risk of mental illness increased by 1.21 times, and the risk of psychotropic therapy increased by 1.17 times; the use of anti -infective drug treatment increased the risk of mental illness by 1.16 times, but it had no effect on the use of psychotropic drugs.
In this case, the “infection factors can pass through the blood -brain barrier in the previous research, which means that even peripheral infections may change the central nervous system.”
Moreover, some literature reports that anti -infection factors will affect the intestinal microbial group and cause the intestinal microbial group to be disturbed, which may wait for the opportunity to change the brain, which will lead to increased mental disorders.
Therefore, when children are infected, they must be paid attention to and cannot abuse antibiotics!
Three no mental illness, but how is the child’s pressure?
We thought that children’s homes had no troubles to eat and play every day. Actually wrong!
In the United States, about one -fifth of children are affected by mental illness each year, causing about $ 247 billion in fiscal expenditures each year. Among them, nearly 80%of children who need to be treated have not been treated.
What if we ask our children’s health? Probably a lot of old mothers and father will say:
“Of course, my baby has no mental illness, but the pressure is really strong! What should I do?”
Denmark: I don’t care about this …
United States: It’s okay, I’ll take care of it.
Research published in Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology
Recently, a study in the United States evaluated a short, non -structured (touching, hug) interaction with dogs after intense tasks, and the effects of children’s emotions, anxiety and wake -up.
Compared to not soothing, just waiting, or accepting tactile stimuli from soothing objects (such as holding a doll or something), the interaction with the dog has increased the positive impact on children and reduced their anxiety.
However, the mechanism is unclear and needs further research.
Raising children is really worried.
Two times, it is easy to get mental illness. If you are infected, you do n’t take medicine, it is easier to get mental illness; taking medicine to fight infection is more likely to get mental illness; if you accidentally infection, you are most likely to have mental illness in the hospital. Essence
In order not to have mental illness, you have to consider raising a hairy child (dog).
Raising a child must be runaway, and it is not easy to be a shoveling officer!
1.Julie W Dreier， Carsten B Pedersen， Chris Cotsapas， Jakob Christensen.Childhood seizures and risk of psychiatric disorders in adolescence and early adulthood： a Danish nationwide cohort study.The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health.December 6， 2018.DOI： https : //Doi.org/10.1016/s2352-4642 (18) 30351-1
2.Ole?K?hler-Forsberg，?Liselotte?Petersen，?Christiane?Gasse，?et a.lA Nationwide Study in Denmark of the Association Between Treated Infections and the Subsequent Risk of Treated Mental Disorders in Children and Adolescents.JAMA Psychiatry . Published online development