Gut Brain Axis Influences us from Birth


John Cryan of the University College, Cork is a neuroscientist with an eye for the “downstairs brain.” That is, the gut. His work looking at how the gut bacteria we harbor affects our brain and behavior is changing the way psychologists think about symptoms like anxiety, depression, stress response, chronic pain, autism, cognitive function and brain development. Read this summary in Psychology Today on how the brain and gut are connected and who are some of the “big bacterial players” that may be influencing us from birth.

Source: Psychology Today


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