Does Our Mood Affect Our DNA Blueprint?
There is much on the internet about this subject. It shows that our disposition and our arrangement of mind and character have an effect our health.
Whether it does or it doesn’t, always be in a good mood.
Good mood = wise understanding = positive outcome.
Researchers say factors such as the appreciation and love we have for someone or the anger and anxiety we feel both influence and can alter the outcomes of each individual’s DNA blueprint.
Exposure to stress can modify DNA methylation, which may alter gene expression and therefore contribute to disease phenotypes. Early-life stress, such as childhood abuse and stress-related disorders, have lasting effects on methylation that may persist into adulthood.
Researchers from the UK have found evidence that depression doesn’t just change our brains; it can also alter our DNA and the way our cells generate energy.