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Experts identify genes that cause people to use foul language – Digikar

Representatives of science from America have identified genes that force people to use foul language.

Experts believe that mutation processes at the genetic level negatively affect the nervous system, as a result of which people involuntarily begin to speak swear words. In this way it begins to appear Tourette’s disease, characterized not only by motor tics, but also by voice ones. At the same time, people who have been diagnosed with such a disease do not differ in development and intelligence from healthy individuals.

It is worth noting that every hundredth child, and 1 in 1,000 adults suffer from Tourette’s syndrome in open form. The disease is inherited, but in 12% of cases it can occur spontaneously, without any prerequisites.

Scientists have not yet invented effective drugs to stop the root cause of mutational genetic changes. However, research in this direction continues.

The discovery of genes that have a destructive effect on the central nervous system is already a significant breakthrough in the comprehensive study of the problem.

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