Teen Sex May Lead to Brain Development Issues

Seattle, WA (PressExposure) January 06, 2012 -- Individuals who begin engaging in sexual relations earlier in life have higher instances of depression and other mood-altering behaviours. These behaviours each have a negative effect on the development of critical memory skills. Memory development is important to an individual's well-being later in life. Studies performed on sexually active hamsters showed that the hamsters who were sexually active during their "teenage years" showed less complexity in the dendrites of their brains. Dendrites are the extensions of neurons that receive messages from other cells. They also experienced an increase in the expression of a gene associated with inflammation. Inflammation in the body has a direct effect on stress levels and thus affects the optimal functioning of the brain.

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Keeping in mind that by the age of 15, at least 13% of teenagers have engaged in sexual activity, it is important to make sure that the development of their brains does not suffer. While the hamster study is far from conclusive, it does offer some insight into future brain and memory development in animals that engage in sexual activity at earlier ages.

Trevor Ponder guarantees that his PDF book The Elements of Memory will help anyone who is serious and willing to dedicate themselves to developing their memory. Memory development is something that teenagers can benefit from immensely, especially with regard to test taking. High school finals, the SATs, and college finals are incredibly stressful exams and this stress should not be compounded by having a poor short-term memory. Even though depressive behaviours may be exacerbated by taking part in sexual activities at a younger age, that does not mean that a teenager's memory should suffer.

Parents interested in investing in the assurance of their teen's continued memory development throughout adulthood should consider buying a copy of Ponder's The Elements of Memory for their son or daughter.

Sources consulted:

http://wonderwoman.intoday.in/story/teen-sex-may-hinder-brain-development/1/93289.html

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2011/12/02/teen-sex-may-affect-brain-development-study-suggests/

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Parents interested in investing in the assurance of their teen's continued memory development throughout adulthood should consider buying a copy of Ponder's The Elements of Memory for their son or daughter.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 06, 2012 at 1:03 am
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