Childbirth: the Genetic-Psychosomatic Mother-Child Tango
To the new new theory of parturition
In this paper, the authors conduct a system analysis of the outcomes from contemporary scientific research. They describe the natural system that regulates parturition as a genetic-psychosomatic phenomenon, wherein all the major systems in the bodies of both the mother and child are aligned towards the central goal — the birthing of a person.
Approximately 2-3 weeks before delivery, notable processes commence in the uterus. These include desympathization and the formation of an acupuncture network. Along the channels of this network, wave flows of biologically active substances, possessing both contractile and inhibitory properties, move. These substances are transported by the bloodstream and blood cells. Importantly, these substances also exhibit psychotropic properties, thereby enhancing their impact on the brain and inducing a state of altered consciousness in both the woman and the child.
As childbirth approaches, researchers have identified the activation of a locus on chromosome-2 in the prenate. This discovery leads them to assert that it is the prenate that initiates the birthing process.
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