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Past ups and downs can affect a person's happiness for a long time!!

Past ups and downs can affect a person's happiness for a long time!!

All earth people are playing a realistic version of the "first-person role-playing game". Each person perceives the world through his own body and looks at life with his own eyes. What that sentence says, "Everyone is a world": Everyone has their own unique experiences, memories, sufferings and stories, and it is all these things that make us who we are today.

Now, a new study has found that "particularly difficult life events" can have a profound impact on a person's physical and mental health, and that impact can last for a very, very long time-years, even decades.

The research scientists are Dr. Obi Enwo, principal investigator of the University of East England's Norwich School of Medicine, and her colleagues. They surveyed 7,555 adults over the age of 50 who lived in the UK, and asked the interviewees questions about their past lives. Some of the topics were about their childhood life, such as how the interviewees were with their parents. , What are their reading habits; and other questions are related to the interviewee's adult life (such as experience as a soldier, unexpected frustration, etc.).

The researchers carefully analyzed the answers of all the respondents, and considered as far as possible the relevant factors that may affect a person's quality of life, such as the ethnicity of TA, the social status of TA, economic conditions, etc., in order to outline the so-called "Life Event Mode".

Dr. Nick Steele, a researcher, told the media: "Everyone's life is unique, and 'life' consists of events, experiences and circumstances. As we all know, a person's health is related to the things he experiences Closeness, especially his childhood experiences, such as poverty, loss of loved ones, or violence. "

We know that childhood shadows can seriously affect the growth of children and young people, but little attention has been paid to how this bumpy experience affects a person's life; and this study is to better understand 'negative events' 'What is the impact on a person's life. In order to find out how negative events affect a person's physical and mental health in the future, we must observe the events encountered in each life, but also determine the combination of these events or the' event model .

Lead researcher Obi Enwo said  that We studied each respondent's life experience and compared it with their current quality of life, observing their daily activities such as dressing, washing, cooking, and consumption. We also recorded the mental health of the respondents, such as whether they have chronic diseases, anxiety, depression, or other mental illnesses. "

In addition to these, we also surveyed the general health, social status, friendship, etc. of the respondents; then we found that there were some very obvious patterns between 'the past bumpy experiences' and 'the physical and mental health of old age'. , Or association. 

The researchers summarized "past bumpy experiences". There are many shades of childhood. Common examples of negative events include parents who were indifferent or abusive to their own childhood, financial problems in the family, poverty, poor schooling experience, abortion, natural disasters, violence, etc.

Correspondingly, the survey respondents were divided into four categories according to the level of "hit by life":

A. People who encounter less difficulties in life;
B. People who have been estranged from their mothers emotionally;
C. People who have experienced severe violence;
D. People who encounter more ups and downs in life.

According to the statistics of the research team, those who have experienced the most sad events, that is, "D-type respondents", feel the pressure, difficulty and loss, the quality of life, and the psychology in their later lives Health problems and physical illness are five times more likely than others.

Dr. Obi said that We have found that people who have experienced a lot of difficult events have a harder time living a high quality of life than 'people living in the Easy Mode'. Their chances of developing mental illness are ordinary people Are three times as likely to be away from social interactions than the average person, and twice as likely to suffer from chronic diseases.

In particular, there is a very thought-provoking finding in this study: people who grew up in a "mother's emotional indifference to themselves" environment compared with people who have hardly experienced hard life , TAs are much less likely to enjoy a good life as adults, and are more likely to encounter anxiety, social problems, and mental health problems.

According to the study, scientists believe that doctors around the world should take into consideration the patient's past life experience when treating elderly patients, no matter how long these things have happened.

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