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Discover the link between rare neurological disease and stomach bacteria

Chicago: In Eastern medicine, the brain is also associated with the stomach, but modern medicine has long ignored it. It is now the first time, with many discoveries, that microorganisms and bacteria found in the gastrointestinal tract cause a rare disease of the cerebral cortex.

According to a report published in Nature, bacteria found in our stomach and intestines affect our mental and nervous health. In this regard, there is strong evidence of a link between a neurovascular disease called K-variance angioma and a gastrointestinal bacterium. Cavernous angioma is also abbreviated as CA.

Earlier, it was studied only in animals, ie rats, which has emerged as a rare disease in humans. In this regard, some experiments have been done on human volunteers on the basis of which this claim has been made.
The study was co-authored by Issan Odd, who had previously performed experiments on rats. “There are a lot of great applications for this research,” says Eisan. It is now known that this method is also correct for human beings. Eisan is from the University of Chicago.

Varicose veins are caused by clots in the blood vessels in the brain and cerebellum, but the disease is not so common and affects only 0.2% of the world’s population. But gradually the blood vessels begin to form abnormally.

As a result, the patient experiences seizures, which increase in severity over time, and the memory and vision of the limbs are severely impaired. To research it, scientists compared waste samples from 100 people with two of the most common diseases of CA.

To compare this, waste samples were collected from 250 healthy volunteers who did not have CA. As a result, the order of microbiota and bacteria in the body of all 100 patients was found to be quite similar.

Experts said that the proportion of Odoribacter splanchnicus bacteria in the intestines of patients in particular was very high. While other types of bacteria were rare, including Faecalibacterium prausnitzii and Bifidobacterium adolescentis topping the list.

It should be noted that Oriental medicine is associated with many diseases of the stomach and now the scientific fact is coming to light. Over the past several years, many mental diseases including schizophrenia and Parkinson’s have been discovered to be related to the intestines and stomach.

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