Microbiome Regulating Various Brain Disorders in the Patients

Release Date: 09-Nov-2020

Microbiome is a large part of human body. From health to disease, microbiomes are estimated to play important roles. It helps in maintain the healthy metabolism as well as immune system of the patient. Researchers have found that the impact of microbiome is also reflected on different neurological disorders such as including Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s and Parkinson’s disease, and multiple sclerosis. As per extensive research conducted by the researchers, gut dysbiosis is associated with Parkinson’s disease. The condition of the microbiome is also found to be altered in case of such diseases. Research has also shown that the mixture of gut microbiome present in the body of a patient is different when compared with a healthy person.


Multiple sclerosis is also estimated to be associated with gut dysbiosis. The presence of different microbiome in the gut of multiple sclerosis when compared with healthy patient is also leading towards the importance of gut microbiome. Also, patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and other mild cognitive impairment are also associated with gut dysbiosis. Therefore, all the above-mentioned facts describe that disrupted microbiome is also responsible for the development of neurological disorders. It impacts the gut-brain axis.


But on the other side it has been observed that the gut microbiome can be altered so that the negative impact of the brain disorders. Some of the mechanisms through which gut microbiome can be altered are diet rich in fibre, limited stress and exercising daily. As per the researchers, they are the first one who are investigating the impact of probiotics in treating Parkinson’s disease. It is estimated that such innovative clinical research studies will generate a novel way of declining the number of cases.

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