The hesitation or refusal to get the anti-Covid-19 vaccine can be directly related to a bad childhood experience like neglect, domestic violence. This information has come out in a study. The study, published in the journal ‘BMJ Open’, shows that people who had four or more types of childhood trauma were three times more reluctant to get vaccinated than those who had no childhood trauma. Is.
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Researchers from Bangor University in the UK analyzed whether a bad childhood experience was associated with current levels of health system information, support for and compliance with COVID-19 restrictions, and vaccinations to protect against infection. They conducted a telephone survey of adults living in Wales, UK, between December 2020 and March 2021. During this, restrictions were in place to prevent the infection of Covid-19.
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Initially 6,763 people were contacted for the study, but 2,285 people were included who met the eligibility conditions and answered all the questions for the final conclusion. The survey asked about nine types of bad experiences during childhood, including physical, verbal and sexual abuse, parental separation, being a victim of domestic violence and living with a family member who had a mental illness, drinking or drinking. Someone else was involved in intoxication or being in jail.
The study team included researchers from Public Health Wales and Liverpool Hope University. It found that one in five people said they had one of these bad experiences, one in six said they had two to three bad experiences and one in ten said they had four or more. Has suffered some kind of shock.
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