The intestines the Second brain of the person15/11/2018
What is the impact of the condition of the gut in higher cognitive functions and the development of depression, what is the microbiota and how to avoid irritable bowel syndrome one of the key diseases of modern man? Explains physiologist Marco Happy.
Glad Marco isa famous Italian kinesiologist, held its three-day semeninternational neurogastroenterology. Glad specializiruetsya on applied physiology. Devotes itself to traditional Chinese medicine and manipulative therapies: osteopathy and the treatment of the face. In 2004 he received the honorary degree of doctor of medicine.
It is known that our emotions and physiological health are interrelated. But how, for example,the condition of the gut influences on higher cognitive functions and our ability to withstand stress that such microbiota, how to avoid irritable bowel syndrome. These and many other issues, the editorial Likar.info sedalmerck Happy in an interview.
How did the Second brain?
The first mention of the Second brain and its effect on our body originated 2000 years ago. Hippocrates said All disease begins in the gut. And how right he was. In those days, no one called the bowel exactly, but in the early 80s originated the idea of the existence of the Second brain.
To study this phenomenon began Professor, Department of pathology and cytobiologie Columbia University’s Michael Gershon. In his opinion, the little brain in our gastrointestinal tract interacts with the main head, largely determines our mood and plays a key role in causing certain diseases.
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In his book the Second brain: how we feel inside, Gershon argues that the brain of the intestine is very important for the health and happiness of man, and also plays an important role in situations of discomfort and stress. Many digestive disorders, for example colitis and syndrome of acute abdomen caused by problems in the nervous system.
It is important to understand that the intestines can think and make decisions, he has a memory, independently of the brain. Sounds unrealistic, right? But it is a fact that as confirmed to us by the Italian Marco kinesiologist Glad.
Second, the brain and depression linked?
Of course Yes. And then you need to understand that all antidepressants work on the basis of serotonin. Also, interestingly, the main research of the Second brain is engaged in the Cork University in Ireland, namely the Department of psychiatry. It’s not even a medical University, as you can see, so the link with depression is the most direct. The University has conducted many studies regarding priobiotics and their impact on our mood, it is an indisputable fact. But, it is important to understand that depression is not just a neurological or psychological disorder, but may also be a biological symptom. For example, when the mother is depressed breastfeeding your child, it is likely that the child will be prone to depressive States, primarily at the level of the biological.
If we talk about somatic symptoms that are associated with the Second brain, then all is not so simple.
Perhaps cloverdatawriter feels no pain, nothing bothers him, but he is experiencing the physiological symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. And here it is important to understand what was the starting point of emotional overload, or imbalance on the physical level. All quite subjective, as the studies confirm the relationship of emotions and physics.
Whether the Second affects the brain at the higher cognitive functions of the brain?
The response by the Italian scientist was unequivocal: the impact of the intestine for the cognitive processes did make a huge difference, right now we are in the process of clarifying these processes. Because the biochemistry of the brain is closely connected with the second brain.
First, most of the neurotransmitters that affect our brain, they are produced in the intestine. For example, 95% of serotonin is produced locally, and this hormone is known to be one of the main neurotransmitters in the brain. Also, the gut has immune functions that affect our brain, the first place in the number of neurons in our body belongs to the brain, and the second directly to the intestine. This means only one thing: the gut has its own neurological circuit.
Also, Marco is Glad, indicated that to date, the name of the Second brain is not true. The axis of the intestine and the brain, a new definition of this phenomenon.
And here we should say about the microbiota.
The microbiota of all the bacteria and parasites that live inside the human body and outside, that is on the skin.
Italian scientist gave an example on mice, which were placed in the lab without a single bacteria on the skin. Over time, mice have a host of problems with brain development. Therefore, kinesiologists have come to a new discovery: bacteria are closely associated with brain, development will not occur without reaction of the microbiota and brain.
Interesting facts about intestines
- The intestine is often compared to the skin because it is as sensitive and has the perception
- It’s the emotional body that is associated with the human psyche
- 70% immune system located in the gut
- In the first 3 months of life, the child develops microbiota, and in the following year immunity for life.
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