It is a common belief that once a woman becomes mother, her cognitive abilities and memory goes for topples. However, a research has taken place, which has concluded that new mothers have better memory when they become mothers.
The research being taken out by a group of researchers from the Carlos Albizu University, Miami is now saying that decline in the memory quality could be a myth. Melissa Santiago from the Carlos Albizu University presented her study findings at American Psychological Association meeting.
She was of the view that in order to reach at the above given conclusion, she surveyed 35 women, who have become mothers for the first time. In order to cross check the same, they analyzed a set of other 35 women, who have not become mothers yet.
After series of tests, it was revealed that women, who are already mothers, are no less than women, who yet have to become mothers. Melissa said that during their study, they did not find any kind of factor by which they could say that women start forgetting things, after they become mothers. So, women do not have to feel pressurized, as they have become mothers and are not less than any other.
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