Monday, July 7, 2008

The Child Blood Group Determines His Stress Resistance

We are constantly trying to make plans for the future concerning our health and life success. And of course, every parent makes plans about the future of his child. The stress resistance also takes part from the desirable-planed personality "skill". This quality is very useful in our century. What we know about the features of the child immediately after birth? The growing, weighting indicators, data on the general state of health. Beside these, the blood group of the child is known it can be used to predict the resistance to stress.

The idea that belonging to a certain blood group could be a factor in the resistance to stress is quite interesting. Such a link is explained by the inheritance adhesion genes, which form the blood group, on the one hand, and regulation of stress hormones (glucocorticoids and catecholamines), on the other hand.

It is assumed that people with the first group of blood are most resistant to stress.
Then comes the fourth group of blood.
The most volatile are believed to be individuals with the second group of blood.
Middle position between the fourth and second team is hold by the third group of blood.

The levels of stress resistance regarding the blood group:
  • The first group of blood (0)
  • The fourth group of blood (AB)
  • The third group of blood (B)
  • The second group of blood (A)
However, The owners of "unsustainable" blood group do not have to be upset. Just they need to pay a little more attention to stress management and learn its techniques. If the parents begin to teach their child from the childhood -his resistance to stress will be higher, despite what is the child's blood group.


lastAutumn said...

May be blood group matter much but a child should be taught how to be stress-resistant from the early age. The modern world is too full of stressful situations that have an impact on a person's psyche.

srk said...

People suffering from Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) are continuously worried, nervous, anxious and feel uneasy. If this state continues with the person for six or more months, he/she is said to be suffering from GAD. The best way to get diagnosed is to go to a proper medical practitioner.