Pupil Response to Predict Depression Risk in Children
Research conducted by the University of Binghamton, has concluded that risk likelihood for children to be depression sufferers later in life, can be tested at young ages by analysing the pupillary response to distressing and different emotional stimuli.
This is purely an identifier, with no link nor cause stated.
Those understanding the cause and relationship of pupillary dilation, adrenals and the moro reflex, will understand the common link between the three factors with anxiety and depression.
This is a test that has been conducted at the David Mulhall Centre for 20 years and now is looking at being a possible base test at your local GP.
If you believe you or your child, are suffering and are unsure why, look into our website and see if we can help.
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