After delivery, a woman's life changes dramatically because her child and herself must be responsible. In a young mother's body, a great change takes place—scientists say that she has become a chimera because the baby's cells will remain with her throughout her existence.
We will learn how the body of a woman shifts as it has brought a new person into the world.
1. Voice changes.
A woman's voice that recently gave birth to a child changes – it's getting smaller and monotonous. This is the hypothesis drawn by scientists from Sussex University. The voice of a woman goes back to its initial volume one year after delivery.
Researchers believe that hormonal shifts are responsible for these changes. This is because, after childbirth, the amount of sex hormones decreases significantly and can damage the vocal cords. Scientists estimate that a woman who gives birth drops to a maximum voice height of 44 Hz, or 2.2 semicolons. This corresponds to around 2 notes of the piano.
But there is another reason for this shift. Experts agree that people with a low voice are usually perceived to be more professional and mature. That's why women can shift their stamp subconsciously to adapt to a mother's new position.
2. Fear grows. Anxiety.
Young moms are always said to be calm and happy, but the reality is that it is impossible. In general, if the baby is not crying, the baby sleeps too much, the baby doesn't get enough sleep, etc, a woman who births an infant is frightened and concerned about something like it. That's natural, however. It is not the anxious woman but the oxytocin hormone that keeps her anxiety levels rising.
Right after birth Oxytocin begins to secrete intensively. It helps to shrink the uterus that has spread during your pregnancy and also stimulates the instinct of your mother. The relaxation in the nervous system is caused by another hormone known as progesterone, which may support this, but is at the lowest level right after the delivery. Young mothers then have to adapt to the fact that, right after the child has been born, they feel like they are nuts.
The benefit is oxytocin, which is also known as the love hormone, and which lets a woman feel the incredible sensitivity to her infant. The feeling that comes with this is worth all the anxiety.
3. The brain functions more efficiently.
Women became smarter after childbirth, scientists observed. The brain is larger, not only to fulfill the needs of its owner but also of the infant. That is why young mothers can be better employers than their kids-free colleagues. "Be able to make your decision more effectively, be emotionally resilient, and even engage in multiple methods to solve the problem... Sounds like an awesome manager to me," Kelly Lambert says, who studies the minds of women during and after birth.
The neurobiologist Craig Kinsley notes that the birth of a child is not only a major event in the lives of a woman, it is also a major stage for her mental development as is the teenage stage of life. It is important.
4. The body is primed for a new childhood.
During pregnancy, women's immune systems decline dramatically—the body does not reject foreign fetal cells and miscarriages. It is controlling T-cells that ensure that the immune system of the mother does not reject the life of the fetus in the uterus. These cells have been discovered by researchers that they stay in the mother's body 4 to 5 more years after birth and are ready to travel the body as soon as possible should a new pregnancy occur.
This is why women often admit that carrying the second child was much easier for them – all because their immune systems were completely trained and had to make a big effort and work harder in the first pregnancy.
5. There is a physical bond with the baby.
After birth, a baby does not stop physically with his mother. At the University of Alberta in Canada, scientists found that the cells of babies can stay in the woman's body and work. They studied women's brains, which is 63 percent of the cases gave birth to boys and found male cells.
They concluded that the child's cells would enter the mother's body and keep working through the placental barrier. By the way, the likelihood of Alzheimer's can be decreased by male cells in a female mind.
6. The organism is being renovated.
All is due to the fetal blood — it begins regeneration in the mother's body. Embryonic cells support a pregnant woman in repairing wounds, avoiding and even cure severe illnesses. A liver biopsy, for example, indicated an increase in a hepatitis C pregnant woman who stopped treatment. Scientists also considered the cells of the fetus to be the origins of her liver cells.
Pregnancy can also last a lifetime, mainly in cases of later pregnancy. Women who had children at an older age also found that they lived longer than other women. At the same time, life expectancy for women was not linked to the age of the first pregnancy and fertility. During the Amish Culture in Pennsylvania, the same outcomes happened.
7. There decreases the risk of cancer.
The system that prevents people against certain forms of cancer "switches" in the body of a woman after birth. For instance, women with younger age birth are less likely to have ovary and endometrium cancer. For each complete birth, the risk decreases. Girls who are mothers after 25 are less vulnerable to breast cancer and have breastfed their infants.
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