First practice study shows alarming results. Thuringia – for the first time were underpinned the effect in a study by the biophysical laboratory of stress in children and adolescents with practice tests. The findings are alarming: the average amount of stress is compared to adult subjects significantly higher. Educate yourself with thoughts from Prudential. My kids had 20 years ago much less stressful than the teens today.\”Paul Sommer, head of the biophysical testing laboratory remembers. And since he is not alone. Many felt and scientific factors have shown that a high sensory overload, electromagnetic radiation, as well as obligations in the school, note printing, expectations of the parents but also conflict in the family and social circumstances causes more stress in children and adolescents are responsible.
But this stress the body not easily processed: A study of in 2006, the World Health Organization reported that almost one-fifth interviewed the 11 to 16 year olds see symptoms such as nausea, headaches or insomnia suffers. 30% of all pupils suffer from midday fatigue and thus reduced quality of service. The practice study this underpinned the study conducted in December 2008 by the biophysical laboratory, Paul Sommer: neural activity among young people in the average lies at the upper limit of normal. This information can be processed less and more slowly. Health complaints such as headaches, insomnia or hyperactivity, also can occur faster.\” In addition to the stress potential were also readings of heart rate variability (HRV) in the study and evaluate. These are considered important parameters for determining the vitality and well-being. When the teens, the heartbeat intervals on average had a larger span than in the adult subjects. That suggests a strain of the organism and a higher amount of heart circulatory system for the preservation of the inner balance and strength. The current bio feedback study of biophysical testing laboratories is based on one in the years 2006 to 2008 by EKG analysis of 330 volunteers of all ages.