19 Jun 2022

Father's Day 2022: Does Dad's Health and Life Affect a Child?

Father's Day 2022: Let's understand how a father's life affects the health of his children.
From the time a child is conceived, a portion of its offspring (genes) are inherited from the father. This acquired genetic trait and your quality, therefore, affect the child. A healthy young father is more likely to pass on genes that are better than an older, healthier one, even if he is the same person many years later. The level of genes transmitted is deteriorating over time, for example, down syndrome is closely related to aging genes. Similarly, if the father is over 40, he may be at greater risk for having a child with autism.

Smoking is a well-known lifestyle that affects the level of sperm in a person and this can have a detrimental effect on children. Conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure may have different effects on their offspring. If a father has ever had cancer, there is a good chance that the next generation will be infected. Studies have also shown that fathers with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, cancer, and high blood pressure may be contributing to premature birth and its associated adverse effects.

Diseases and conditions with pure genetic predisposition such as minor Thalassemia and hemorrhagic fevers such as Von Willebrand can be transmitted to 50% of children by their father. Another form of hypertrichosis with hairy ears is often believed to be transmitted from father to son.

In the case of mental health, if a father has depression, there is a good chance that his child will also suffer from it. A depressed father may have anxious children and such children often fall into depression, such children may lack self-confidence.

Interestingly, it appears that the effect of a father's weight on a child's weight is greater than that of a mother. This is directly related to unhealthy eating habits that are practiced and practiced by the father in front of the child. Fathers, on the other hand, who lead a busy and healthy life, successfully instill the same values ​​in their children. Fathers who spend time with their children, talk to them, or play with them are more likely to be positive, confident, and confident. They are considered to be slightly better at demonstrating analytical skills. Therefore, fathers definitely have a role to play in their child's life, and their active participation and healthy lifestyle are essential for the well-being and development of their children.

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