Pre-Pregnancy stress may results in babies with low birth weight

Pre-Pregnancy stress may results in babies with low birth weight

In case of an expecting mother her stress physiologies predicts low birth weights of babies-lesser than 2.5kg. This is revealed by newer studies. Findings suggest that mother’s stressing physiologies even before she conceives are important also. Studies reveal that an expecting mother’s life situations and health factors before pregnancies (chronic stresses especially) greatly matters. Findings are that same pattern of cortisol linked with stresses chronically associated with baby delivery weighs lesser at birth times. This…

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