The largest group – nearly 60 percent of the investigated – had a subtle, "neutral" immune system with a relatively low childhood burden. The second largest with approximately 20 percent had a particularly durable immune systemThey showed up with them symptoms Measles, mumps and rubella, for which there was no vaccine protection at that time, far less than in the "neutral" group. According to the study, a resistant group was also better protected in adulthood, both against mental and chronic inflammatory diseases.
As a switch
"The results show that. T immune system how the transition between somatic and mental processes works, ”he said Ajdacic-Gross, “They help us understand why many people without psychosocial preloads of mental health discomfort and why, on the contrary, traumatized individuals are prone to chronic inflammatory diseases.