Pregnant in the first months, and even days, sunlight is extremely necessary. It is not known how important sunlight is for neuronal and fetal neuronal connecting mechanisms, but a small amount of vitamin D, as far as can now be said, can lead to mental abnormalities in the unborn child. To this conclusion scientists from Scotland came.
In the most limited days in the intensity of solar activity, from the end of December to the middle of April, it is extremely undesirable to conceive children in a large part of Russia's territories. Although the studies concerned European countries with a slightly different time interval, the general conclusion of Scottish scientists is not particularly pleasant: the children conceived during this period often show signs of deviant behavior in adolescence, and a small percentage may suffer from persistent mental disorders.
For five years, scientists have been monitoring children, schoolchildren in several European countries whose conception dates were in the "sunless period". It turned out that among them, those who suffer from dyslasia and dyslexia, and other uncomplicated forms of psychoactivity are much more often found. Hyperactivity and slight retardation in development occur in such children more often than in the conceived in a warmer time of the year. For example, May and June pregnancies usually end with the birth of geeks, with a successful combination of other circumstances.
Thus, the Scottish scientists assure, an obvious fact is revealed: when vitamin D is deficient in the first months of pregnancy, the child may receive less health in the mental and neurological terms. But nevertheless, it is worthwhile to compare these scientific conclusions more closely with the individual characteristics of the most pregnant woman, and take into account hereditary factors.