The Science Behind TRAUMA Explained Russell Brand Dr Tom Boyce

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Let Me Just Check Professor That Ive

asked you everything is there anything we want to add on inherited trauma. Then like Dukey says something you’re interested in UK well um we really haven’t talked about you know how the individual biology of the child in the environment that the child’s being brought up in how those two things actually come together to affect outcomes and we we now believe that the way that happens is actually through a part of our biology. That’s called the epigenome epi meaning on top of so it’s the it’s a matrix of chemical tags that actually lies on top of our genome and controls the degree to which individual genes are expressed or silenced within us. So it’s a it’s a powerful new piece of the science of all this that it that it seems to be the way that biology and environment.

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Actually Come Together Its The Nexus Point

between genetic variation and environmental variation wow that’s the point where environment and heredity and biology are interfacing that’s the place where they come together and the the reason I bring that up in the context of the question that you just asked is that it does appear that at least in experimental animals. It’s not yet clear for sure in humans, but at least in experimental animals. The trauma of one generation can be handed down to another and another and another via this epigenetic. These epigenetic mechanisms because the epigenetic marks that occur on the genome as a result of trauma seem to be able to be passed along from one generation to the next that being chemically tracked or behaviorally.

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At This Point It Can Be Either

it can be either certainly there are differences in behavior that that the epigenetic UK of an offspring rat and wrap up their their behavior toward their litters that to come can be affected by the way that their mother took care of them in the in their neonatal period. Thanks for watching this podcast and going all the way to the end of it was use it kind of to kick the Belmont up a little over there and they’re subscribing so that we can infiltrate your serenity and peace of mind with jangling bells and parties.

Summary

The epigenome is a matrix of chemical tags that controls the degree to which individual genes are expressed or silenced within us . Trauma of one generation can be handed down to another generation via this epigenetic mechanisms . It’s not yet clear for sure in humans, but at least in experimental animals, but in experimental humans, it seems to be the way that biology and environment and heredity and biology are interfacing that’s the place where they come together that is the nexus point between genetic variation and environmental variation . The epigenetic marks that occur on the genome as a result of trauma seem to be able to be . pass along from one generation to the next that being chemically tracked or behaviorally.& At this point it can be either it can either certainly there are differences in behavior that that the epigenetic UK of an offspring rat and wrap up their behavior toward their . litters can be affected by the way their mother took care of them in the in their neonatal period can be…. Click here to read more and watch the full video