Bullying subject of can be a lot of long-term and far-reaching effects on mental health.
Recent european research delves into how bullying appears in the young brain.
the Study was 14 to 19 year-olds from England, Ireland, France and Germany. Part of the young people had suffered intense bullying for years.
the researchers found that bullying affected the brain was the differences compared to the young brain, which had not been bullied.
Bullying seemed to shrink and change the young brain to certain parts.
These parts of the brain are involved, inter alia, motivation, and emotion processing and regulation.Even if the bullying ends, its impact can extend far. Mostphotos of the brain most vulnerable time
the Research raises concerns, particularly because adolescence the human brain develop in every way still very much and essentially.
the Small brain development of disruptive or limiting factors can have a big impact on people later in life.
scientists emphasize that the issue needed more research.
in any case, the current data in the light of bullying should be done to prevent all possible because of bullying all the drawbacks and effects not yet even know.
Molecular Psychiatry journal published a research report sciencealert.com.