As we continue our talk this week on neurogastroenterology, we will continue to focus on the bowel and digestive system in our body’s.
The bowel is associated with digestive chemicals in addition to the million of nerve cells. These chemicals come from the gut, gallbladder, and pancreas. When your upper brain is not feeling well, you may have a headache, dementia, or Alzheimer’s disease. When your lower brain is not feeling well it may start out by giving you some hints including heartburn, diarrhea, constipation. But if its really not feeling well, you will get a message in the form of ulcers, Crohn’s disease, and many other types of cancer. As we previously mentioned, all diseases begin in the bowel. Which is why it is so important to take good care of your digestive system.
You may have heard us refer to your lower brain as the feeling brain. Unlike your upper brain, your lower brain “talks” to us differently. When our lower brain thanks us, it rewards us by making us feel good. It is estimated that over 40% of all visits to internists are a result of bowel problems. We have all had symptoms of not feeling well at times, some people might just shake off the symptoms and try to forget about them. It is important to realize that maybe this is our lower brain telling us something. There might be something wrong with our bowel problems in the lower brain. Don’t let your physician forget that. Make sure you are getting the proper care you all deserve. People just like me and you are suffering each and every day with inflammation and free radical damage in the lower brain. So be sure you aren’t the next patient!
If you missed the video in yesterday’s post, it covered the two brains in our bodies. Today’s video is similar in that it covers the “gut” in our body.
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