Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Interesting way one common social perceptions regarding pregnant women is the nesting behaviors are

Why pregnant women are constantly cleaning the house? | Homo sapiens
Animals that reproduce sexually are divided into two groups. Those who give birth offspring quite independent, those that do not require close supervision after birth and parents can leave them alone, and those that require parental investment is high and a long time, usually the mother, until they are able to stand on their own (the literature of the first group is called Precocial servants while the second is called Altricial - see further here). Animals are Altricial, very vulnerable during the postpartum period. They are defenseless, servants are more vulnerable to infectious diseases and predators, and require endless attention. To protect the newborn child, some mammals try to prepare themselves and the surrounding environment to the impending birth. Is fairly common adaptation of actions nesting (nesting). Definition of nesting is to create a safe place to offspring that can be expressed in different forms. Other animal studies show a wide variety of nesting behaviors. Some mammals really make a nest or house for the birth. In other cases, future mothers migrating physical environment safety of another, where they gave birth.
Humans are the most vulnerable to a live birth. Baby no chance to live without the support of close caregivers servants (usually servants parents but not always). A new study tries examined whether servants humans, like other mammals, are involved in breeding activities. Since most treatment after birth falls on the mother, the study concentrates on women.
Preparation safe environment servants can be expressed in different forms. Mice, hamsters and other rodents, choosing not only the place of birth but also who allowed in it. Some primates very selective in their social contacts, and many females give birth when no other detail near them (they can alone help the offspring leave the womb). All these activities help to reduce the risk of infectious disease, servants a major cause of deaths newborn offspring.
The researchers servants wanted to see how typical servants nesting behaviors of pregnant women and for that recruited 168 women who were at different stages of pregnancy. They were classified into three groups servants according servants to the stage of pregnancy they found it. Sample of 168 non-pregnant women served as controls. They were asked various questions about their daily behaviors. Groups were similar servants in age and income, all the women were recruited through servants social media sites such as Facebook.
The results showed that pregnant servants women demonstrated more nesting behaviors than women who are not pregnant, and these behaviors increased with prolonged pregnancy. What are these behaviors? The researchers classified them into several categories. One category was behaviors that prepare the space or place where the baby will be born. These behaviors included the cleaning of the house, its renovations and partner preference will stay close to home. A second category is the energy necessary to make a home birth. Women in this category reported a burst of energy to clean and organize the house as the birth approached.
Two more categories explored the social servants selectivity of the women. Net pregnant women to stay at home longer, preferring the proximity of family and friends, than going outside. In addition, pregnant women shied away from strangers and not interested in more exotic vacations, compared with women who are not pregnant. These behaviors increased as birth approached.
Further research was carried out by researchers longitudinal study followed pregnant women in the first trimester until after birth, and compare them to a control group of non-pregnant women over the same period. This study was much smaller and included 20 pregnant women and 19 non-pregnant women. The results confirmed the findings from the first. Here, too, women demonstrated more nesting behaviors as compared to pregnant and non-pregnant women, with the largest differences were in the third trimester of pregnancy. Nesting behavior continues even after birth, and begin to wilt the eighth week after the birth of the baby.
What interests these results is the fact that as the pregnancy progresses, women report generally on the lower energy levels servants and fatigue servants increasing. However, servants the urge to clean and prepare the house for a growing baby and reviews major energy bursts that help them do it. These energy bursts continue even after birth.
Safe environment has great benefits for growing human infants beyond the fear of infectious diseases and foreign. Human studies suggest a safe environment conducive link if - baby and helps more healthy development of the baby. Babies will feel safe lower levels servants of stress, will play more and develop language more quickly.
Most nesting behaviors have gained a second trimester onwards. The reasons are varied and include probably the fact that the first trimester of pregnancy women suffer the most severe side effects, such as nausea and vomiting, and therefore less likely to be able to perform the various tasks. In addition, the chance of miscarriage and birth is far higher still many months.
Interesting way one common social perceptions regarding pregnant women is the nesting behaviors are adaptive and suggests a lack of Stgltnot of the woman. Pregnant women often described overheated hysteria, or lack of control at their preparations for the birth. Guides for the birth recommend that women postpone this drive cleaning and arranging the house that is not adaptive. Evolutionary thinking actually put these behaviors in the proper servants context, and shows not only the most natural of these urges and therefore do not necessarily have to fight them, but which are probably real benefit to the baby.
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It all depends on interpretation. I want to challenge you in this discussion. servants Anxiety pregnant women than non-pregnant women, so they are looking for superior energy expression with anxiety, which consumes most available energy is cleaning the home. It is also necessary to renewable (hygiene), so this is an ideal activity for which there is movement restrictions are increasing with growing anxiety cumulative. What do you think?
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