Washington. A study has shown that children in rural areas who are surrounded by livestock and bacteria are more susceptible to stress, and have a lower risk of mental illness. Is, compared to children who live in the city and who have no contact with animals. According to research, a more sterile environment than necessary can lead to health problems.
According to researchers at the University of Ulm in Germany and the University of Colorado Boulder in the United States, having animals around growing children is good for mental health it happens. The research included 40 people from Germany, who were between 20 and 40 years old. Half of these people grew up among animals on farms, while half grew up in cities without animal interaction. Professor Christopher Laurie at CU Boulder said that it has already been proven that animals and villagers are in the midst of child development His exposure to the environment reduces the risk of asthma and other allergies in the coming times. But in this research, it is proved for the first time that it is also important for mental health.