Research reveals that the bully has a healthy body after adulthood


ByThomas Ricker

"Bullying" experienced in children's age, such as low self-esteem, depression, serious illness, etc., is greatly related to health in later life both mentally and physically, but new research has "bullied experience People who were in the pure teasing side "have found that there is a possibility of maintaining a healthier body than those who have not been involved in bullying or bullying.

Childhood bullying involvement predicts low-grade systemic inflammation into adulthood
http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2014/05/09/1323641111

Being a bully may be good for your health, study finds | The Verge
http://www.theverge.com/2014/5/12/5710720/being-a-bully-may-be-good-for-your-health

Bullying's Long-Term Effects Seen in Both the Bullied and the Bully
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/05/140512-bullying-health-depression-stress-science/

National Academy of SciencesAccording to the content of the announcement in the newsletter, people who were in "childhood teasing side without bullying experience" in their childhood are suffering from a rapid increase in protein components when inflammatory stimuli and cell destruction occurC reactive protein(CRP) blood concentration was low. C-reactive protein is also a cause of diseases such as myocardial infarction and metabolic syndrome and participated in the studyDuke UniversityEpidemiologist William Copeland said, "The experiences of bullying protect the bullys."

Research was started in 1993 and is conducted for 1420 children in North Carolina State. Researchers repeatedly interviewed the subject from the age of 9, collected blood samples when they became early 20's, and again asked several questions such as "Have you been bullied in the past 3 months?" We did.

The CRP level of the bullying side is low while the CRP level of the person who was the bullied person is the highest among the subjects and the CRP level of the person who experienced both the side to be bullied by the childhood side and the side to be bullied is high or low There was nothing. Mr. Copeland thinks that CRP level is offset by experiencing the bullying side also who is bullying.

ByN. M

About the result that the former bullys' CRP level is low and the CRP level of the bullying baby girls is high, there is also the question of "The bullied girls were originally frail"? Copeland says, "Although we identified the factors that affect CRP levels in the later stages of life and considered the health problems children had before being bullied, children who bullied also had low CRP levels It is said. Previous research was focused on the "bullied side", so the result of this research focusing on "health of the teasing side" has become significant.

I do not know why the CRP level of "pure teasing side" is low at the moment, but "It is not easy to understand why the bully's social status got higher, or being a" good "bull succeeded Then, it looks like it looks like this, "Mr. Copeland said. Regarding "bullied side", it is a past research that it is found that the experience of abuse and bullying in childhood influences the response to the stress of later life. Increase in response to stressCortisolIf the hormone of childhood repeats excessive increase, it becomes impossible for people to respond appropriately to stress and become a body vulnerable to inflammation.

ByMarsmett tallahassee

The result of this research never recommends bullying, it is possible to keep low CRP level by exercise, departmental activity, social activity without bullying. Also, high CRP level does not necessarily mean unhealthy, and the value is "guidelines for future health risks in people in their 20s to 30s".

The VergeKings College LondonWhen asked for Mr. Andrea Danese, a psychiatric biologist, "Although this research reinforces past research results that" one of the causes of serious stress in the childhood era is the beginning "," I tease As for "side", I refrained from commenting that "the result is not clear and the information is little about the fact that the bully's body is protected by" pure bullying ". Mr. Danese did not participate in this research, but in the past I had announced in the past that abuse experiences in childhood and loneliness in young age have a similar influence to this research.

ByAndy Rennie

The team led by Mr. Copeland is currently analyzing the collected data. We will continue further research in the future and we are going to observe how the rise in CRP level interacts with health problems in the later stages of life.

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