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10 months ago

Significant Crosstalk Uncovered Between Brain and GI Tract

Crosstalk (symbolic picture)
Crosstalk (symbolic picture)

 

IIE Digital Desk : A new study has found that there is significant crosstalk between the brain and the GI tract. This means that the two systems are constantly communicating with each other, and that changes in one system can have a significant impact on the other.

The study, which was published in the journal Nature, found that the gut microbiota, the community of bacteria that live in the gut, plays a role in this crosstalk. The researchers found that when the gut microbiota was disrupted, it led to changes in the brain's activity. These changes were associated with symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and pain.

The study's findings suggest that the gut microbiota may play a role in the development of these and other mental health conditions. They also suggest that targeting the gut microbiota may be a way to treat these conditions.

A new study has found that there is significant crosstalk between the brain and the GI tract.

This means that the two systems are constantly communicating with each other, and that changes in one system can have a significant impact on the other.

The study also found that the gut microbiota, the community of bacteria that live in the gut, plays a role in this crosstalk.


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