According to a study conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), looking at the markings and thickness of baby milk teeth can predict future depression and mental illness in them.
In his astonishing research, MGH expert Erin C. Dunn said that children’s problems hurt their personality and psyche at an early age.
Children’s early months and years are susceptible, and any unpleasantness can cause up to a third of brain disorders, with apparent effects in adolescence and puberty.
One way to do research is to ask people with depression and other illnesses about their childhood events and problems, but the problem is that not everyone remembers their childhood, so it’s a big hurdle. Is.
According to experts, the impressions of what happens to us in childhood come to our teeth. Thus they can be called a record of the ups and downs of life. Illness, stress, or malnutrition can affect teeth. In tree trunks, circular stripes form in the teeth, which are called stress lines.
In this regard, MGH experts examined 70 children, including British children, under the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children.
The experts also examined the parents’ difficulties in pregnancy, the mother’s history of psychological problems, the neighborhood environment, poverty and attitudes, and social support.
Experts found that mothers who lived in a stressful environment and experienced anxiety were more likely to affect their babies and teeth.
Experts have stressed after this research that by examining the baby’s milk teeth, they can be protected from many diseases in the future.