Alert the numbers: every third German suffers from a mental or psychosomatic illness. Cause is often a dysfunctional processing of stress. The resistance to stress is genetic and is characterized in the womb and early childhood. As a result, people have different load capacity. Many people have the sense to push their limits.
However, some people can get around very well with stress, they respond to calm and balanced, while others are quickly overwhelmed. The reasons for these differences are explored further. Fetal programming maternal stress and its effects on the unborn child being increasingly studied for several years. Results demonstrate a coinage of assessment for susceptibility to stress and the onset of disease in the mother’s womb. “The US physiologist Peter Nathanielsz says: life in the womb is the origins of health and disease.” The development conditions are even more convenient, the mother is satisfied and well balanced. Each Fourth pregnant, so studies that show it suffers from stress. When not doing the mother during pregnancy and she reacted in response with the release of stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol, as these substances affect the organism of the unborn. Deficits in the brain, and an increased susceptibility to stress and diseases arise as a result.
Loads in the 12 25 pregnant schaftswoche (means of alleviating Kamp, 2008) is considered to be particularly formative. The University of Konstanz determined in a study with 75,000 mothers and their children in the first 10 years of life, that has a low level of stress can negatively affect the health of the unborn. The maternal stress may be familiar or due to work or illness. Personal factors such as anxiety, partner issues, in particular in connection with violence, the death of a child or of the partner is considered to be particularly severe. Babies perceive stimuli unborn babies can feel already fear and joy.