“It is possible,” the authors wrote, “that the signals the gut and its microbes get from the brain of an individual with a history of childhood trauma may lead to lifelong changes in the gut microbiome.”

It’s also possible — or even probable — that the relationship isn’t uni-directional. The researchers noticed that the people with altered microbiomes had differently shaped brains, too, suggesting that the impacted gut may have doubled back and impacted certain brain regions — though they noted in the study that they don’t have enough information to be sure that’s the case, and cautioned against leaping to conclusions.

Susie Neilson
A Traumatic Experience Can Reshape Your Microbiome

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Tożsamość, pamięć, melancholia (1)

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    1. tak: Prawdziwy Polak od zawsze (od Melchiora Wańkowicza konkretnie) wie, iż Cukier krzepi.

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