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Researchers Found That Pregnant Women Who Suffer From Nausea Are More Likely to Have Smart Children

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Researchers Found That Pregnant Women Who Suffer From Nausea Are More Likely to Have Smart Children

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Pregnancy can be a wonderful but really challenging time and morning sickness is one of the most unpleasant aspects of it.

We know how annoying this can be but we have some good news for you one study showed that the hormones that cause morning sickness are the same as those related to greater brain development in children. What does this mean? Keep reading to learn more.

Discomfort with a purpose

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Research published in The Journal of Pediatrics revealed that nausea that occurs during pregnancy is a perfect sign of a high IQ in children. Additionally the higher the intensity of nausea is the higher the predicted intelligence of the children will be. The study involved 121 women that became pregnant between 1998 and 2003 and the children’s IQ levels were analyzed when they were between three and seven years old.

Long-term results

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Other studies  one published in the JAMA Internal Medicine journal revealed that morning sickness during pregnancy is a good sign since it’s related to a lower rate of miscarriage in other words morning sickness has a protective function because it means that hormone levels are high enough to maintain the pregnancy but this is the first time it’s been revealed that nausea indicates that children will be very
when they are born.

Neuronal development at maximum power

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Morning sickness is not pleasant at all, but knowing that it has meaning and value makes us look at it differently the children of mothers that had morning sickness scored higher on IQ tests than those whose mothers didn’t suffer from nausea during their pregnancies the thing is that the human chorionic gonadotropin increase (GCH) the probable explanation why you have that annoying morning sickness creates an ideal environment for the placenta and for better neuronal development in children.

Everything will pass.

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This study gives encouragement to women that are suffering from morning sickness between the first week to somewhere between week 14-16 when they start to feel the next set of signs of pregnancy like drowsiness, fatigue and swelling but knowing that nausea has such an upside gives more strength to the women that suffer from it.

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