Proved: Pregnancy does not worsen memory

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0902n.jpgMany doctors argue that pregnancy affects work of women’s brain adversely. Worsening of memory is especially noticeable. However, scientists refuted this theory and proved the opposite.

A 8-year study showed that pregnant women cope with tests, which require logic, attention and memory, not worse, than non-pregnant representatives of the weak sex.

Moreover, most of future mothers, on the contrary, note improvement of memory. Such conclusions were made by scientists from Australia.

Leading experts also added that during experiment on mice, they observed a significant improvement in brain of rodents-pregnant females. Scientists believe that pregnancy affects women’s cognitive abilities the same way.

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