Pregnancy is a bliss and childbirth a blessing. Each of us would love to hold our newborns, cuddle them and shower our love and affection onto them. While the wait for our kid is pretty long and any normal pregnancy lasts 40 weeks I am sure that each of you would agree with me that the results are worth the wait! Nature designates a definite timeframe for each and every living being in this world. Right from the time taken for the birth of a child to the time taken for the ripening of a fruit or the development of a butterfly from a caterpillar everything is fixed. Slight changes here and there are acceptable- a baby born after 37 weeks of pregnancy is called a full-term baby, fruits plucked a day earlier or later than its ripening threshold is pretty good but any infant born three weeks before the baby’s estimated due date is said to be a preterm baby and such kids often come with a package of medical problems. Fruits that are plucked off the tree without ripening sometimes go waste without ripening or when they are left to ripen too much once again the product becomes inedible rarely. This clearly proves that we need to stick by the definite timeframes allocated for a better quality of life.
Preemies: An Urge to Start Living a Life Sooner than Others
Preemies often are brought into this world sooner than expected. When these kids would love to roll inside their mother’s womb, feel secure and stay happy some babies are delivered earlier due to various reasons and such preterm babies face breathing difficulties and have digestion problems besides having risks of long-term problems such as impaired vision, hearing and cognitive skills. These kids are comparatively less healthy, struggle more in terms of competency in school, face social problems and are also at an increased risk of heart-health problems as adults. But these babies are also resilient and have abundant willpower and the motive to succeed in life-this becomes even more simpler and practical when such kids have loving parents and a supportive environment both at school and in their neighborhood. Your home, the environment in which you live and genetics determine the type of person you grow up into, in short mold your personality type. Research shows that premature birth accounts for 11% of personality assessment and these kids are usually socially withdrawn and this also paves way for problems when it comes to partner relationships and family life.
A new research by a group of researchers at the University of Warwick shows that babies born preterm are 28% less likely to ever be in a romantic relationship and 22% less likely to ever become parents. The study analyzed over 4.4 million adult participants who were born preterm and found that they were 2.3 times less likely to have a sexual partner compared to full term babies. Among those who participated, those born <32 weeks of pregnancy or <28 weeks (extremely preterm) had even minimal chances of experiencing a sexual relationship, giving birth to babies or finding a romantic partner at all compared to their full-term counterparts. Extremely preterm babies were 3.2 times less likely to ever have sexual relationships. Maybe, the preterm kid’s state of mind, being socially withdrawn, their timid nature and low interest in seeking fun obstructs them from getting into intimate relationships that help in increasing happiness and well-being of both their mind and the body. Absence of well-being paves way for stress which can affect the body in very many ways that are clearly elaborated in www.firsteatright.com. But when these individuals get into an intimate relationship there is no looking back and the quality of the relationship is as equal as the one experienced by full-term individuals.
The study also recommends that preterm infants must be brought up in a caring and passionate way by their parents, the teachers at school must also be made aware that these children might be extra timid, shy and socially withdrawn and every measure must be taken by both parents and teachers to support the child in making friends and having fun. Being social and having a group of friends might help the individual in finding a romantic partner later in life and also to have a baby. Only then, the well-being of this individual is guaranteed and there is no looking back into the quality of life of the person.
Another Finnish study on participant aged around 23 years of which 149 were born before 34 weeks of gestation, 248 born late preterm (between 34 and 37 weeks) and 356 of them born full term showed that those individuals born late preterm were 20% less likelier to live with a romantic partner and 24% less likelier to have sex.
Being born as a preterm baby is not in our hands but nurturing the child with love, care and affection and training him/her to be courageous, friendly, healthy and outspoken is surely dependent on nurture-the parents, the environment in which the child lives and the school. Every baby is special and unique in his/her own ways. It is necessary to help the individual develop his/her talent and succeed in both, personal as well as professional life.
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