|Title||¿Respondes con el Intestino? Algunos Consejos de cómo Manejar un Intestino Irritable|
The gut and the brain develop from the same part of the human embryo. So it is not surprising that the intestinal tract has such a rich nerve supply that it is sometimes referred to as “the little brain.” The gut shares many of the same kinds of nerve endings and chemical transmitters as the brain to which it remains linked through a large nucleus (the locus ceruleus). This collection of nerve cells is partly responsible for controlling anxiety and fear, which explains why these emotions can sometimes be associated with bowel function.
|Author 1 First Name||Barry|
|Author 1 Last Name||Blackwell|
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