The gut: your second brain Five major diseases of Dysbiosis

2021-03-04

There is no doubt that the gut’s primary function is the digestion of food, absorption of nutrients and excretion of waste, but scientists have discovered that our guts performs far beyond that. The enteric nervous system (ENS) in our guts communicates with the brain in our head, earning itself the monicker “second brain”, and is a considerable factor in the existence of certain diseases in our bodies including eczema, obesity, diabetes, and in our overall mental health including autism and depression. Scientists believe that our second brain gut is one of the most important organs in our body.

The ENS contains approximately 100 million neurons (more than the whole of the spinal cord) which can operate independently without direction from the central nervous system. It controls local blood flow and mucous secretions, ultimately playing a significant role in the function of the immune system and affecting our behaviour by sending signals through the vagus nerve. One common reference is the “butterflies in our stomach” we experience when we’re nervous; this is due to a reduction of blood flow to the gut. The stomach senses this decrease in blood and oxygen and its sensory nerves generate a tangible fluttering effect.

An estimated 90% of our serotonin is primarily produced in the gut which is vital in the communication between gut and brain. Changes in Serotonin affects the sensitivity of your gut to experience pain and fullness from eating, emotions, sleeping, and bowel movements. Low levels of serotonin have been associated with depression, anxiety, and insomnia.

Approximately 70% of our immune cells are located in the gut, and a healthy gut contains beneficial gut bacteria and immune cells that ward off infectious agents such as bacteria and viruses. When there is an imbalance in the number and diversity of your gut microflora,  known as dysbiosis, this may lead to increased intestinal inflammation and other associated diseases such as eczema, obesity, diabetes, autism, and depression. As a result, a healthy balance of intestinal microbiota (an increase in certain beneficial bacterial species and decrease in other damaging species ) is of utmost importance and critical to our health.

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