Study: Birthing Multiple Children Provides Significant Benefits for Women’s Mental Health

A newly published academic study has concluded that having multiple children improves a woman’s mental health, particularly later in life.

After conducting a review of the MRI scans of over 12,000 patients, researchers discovered that older women who have had children have “younger brains” than women of the same age who have not have any kids.

The study also shows that even the brains of middle-aged women are up to six years younger when they have children in comparison to women without kids. Having many children, up to five kids, can also help grey matter in the brain, according to the research.

The experts who conducted the study believe that mothers likely benefit from oestrogen, a hormone produced within the female body during pregnancy. Carrying a child also may also strengthen a woman’s immune system, they found.

“When you look at factors which affect how we age, having children appears to make a difference.” said Dr. Ann-Marie de Lange, the primary author of the study conducted by the University of Oslo.

“Women who have children may benefit from positive effects later in life, which may arise because hormones or immune factors related to pregnancy and childbirth have a protective effect against brain ageing,” she added.

The study has been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and may offer conclusive proof that feminism actually harms the mental health of women.

The fake news media, assisted by far-left feminist activists, is attempting to influence women into choosing a life of wage slavery and sexual promiscuity over settling down and having a family.

The results of this propaganda push for mindless equality is already having drastically negative effects on the culture, particularly with declining birthrates:

Sixty years ago, children accounted for more than one-third — 36% — of the U.S. population. Today, that number is 22% and shrinking faster than anticipated.

The U.S. Census Bureau had not expected the kid population to drop that low until 2030, but the reality hit more than a decade ahead of projection.

Last year, the U.S. birth rate dropped to its lowest number in 32 years. The births of 3,788,235 babies in 2018 is a 2% drop from 2017. That’s the lowest number of babies born in the U.S. since 1986.

The birth rates declined among all racial groups and all women under 35, while rising slightly for women in their late 30s and early 40s.

And it’s a nationwide trend. Since 1990, child population rates have fallen off in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s KIDS COUNT Data Center.

With toxic feminism taking hold, it will be difficult to reverse this tremendous civilizational damage. More women are choosing selfishness because of women’s liberation, and that will likely mean poor mental health as they enter their golden years.