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Anyone else see this in their family members?


Epigenetics and pre-natal conditions may be a major factor.

My mom was the oldest of 16 siblings.  I’ve got over 40 cousins on that side of the family.  All my uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews have the symptoms people report on this forum.

I freak them out because I’ll guess at their symptoms, asking them if they have specific symptoms like “do you have to pull over and urinate every 45-minutes while driving”.....”do you jump and answer the phone on the first ring”....”do you have an afternoon energy crash….but get a boost of energy late in the evening”.....”do you ever wake up with numb hands” ….”do you have brain fog sometimes”

The entire family is wired and tired.  Never ever returning to homeostasis.  

Even my relatives that have had very low stress lives have “adrenal fatigue” symptoms.  ….excessive startle response, the whole nine yards.   They have no reason to be wired, but they are.

Here are a few hints of how pre-natal conditions and epigenitcs affects off-spring

Prenatal cortisol exposure predicts infant cortisol response to acute stress

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22315044

The findings provide some of the strongest data in humans that HPA axis functioning in the child may be predicted from prenatal cortisol exposure”

Prenatal stress and risk of asthma hospitalization in the offspring: a Swedish population-based study.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22753636

That was me….. I was hospitalized for asthma as a child.  


And then there is epigenetics.  In the following study, they exposed future chicken parents to stress.  31 genes became activated/deactivated in the stressed parents….compared to non-stressed parents.

Their offspring were born with with the same 31 genes changes.   And the offspring were more competitive and agressive than normal baby chicks.  The chicks were wired like us.


Transmission of Stress-Induced Learning Impairment and Associated Brain Gene Expression from Parents to Offspring in Chickens

http://www.plosone.org/article/fetchArticle.action?articleURI=info:doi/10.137...

This might also be the reason every generation seems to be worse than that last.  We come into the world with the stress baggage of our parents ... and then add our own.

 

 

 
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