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Intestine and the brain

Jan 27th 2014 at 8:46 PM

Intestine and the brain

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There is growing evidence that there is a direct relationship between the condition of your bowels and brains.

The "brain-gut axes - new possibilities for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome with robotics

The causes and physiological processes that underlie the Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) have been a mystery long. In recent years, our knowledge of this increased dramatically, especially through increased understanding of what we call the 'brain-gut axis'. This term indicates that the intestine and the brains and continuously on both sides communicate with each other. Finding ways to improve this communication is probably the key to successful new treatments for IBS.

The brains as a pianist

The communication between the intestine and the brains takes place unconsciously by the autonomic nervous system connects the brains with one's own nervous system of the intestine, the so-called "enteric nervous system '. Signals both from the gut 'upwards' sent, also the brains also send signals to the intestine. This can be compared with the interaction between a pianist (the brains) and the piano (the intestine).

The music can be compared with the intestinal function. When a talented pianist plays an excellent tool, but is interrupted by another sound, the music is not of high quality despite the initial good conditions. That means that there is no structural defect of the brains or the intestines do not have to lie on a communication disorder Underlies

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