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International Journal Of Medical, Pharmacy And Drug Research(IJMPD)

The Microbiome’s Impact on Human Health: Unraveling the Gut-Brain Connection

Jalla Ram


International Journal of Medical, Pharmacy and Drug Research(IJMPD), Vol-5,Issue-4, July - August 2021, Pages 22-26 , 10.22161/ijmpd.5.4.4

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Article Info: Received: 11 Jul 2021; Received in revised form: 05 Aug 2021; Accepted: 14 Aug 2021; Available online: 24 Aug 2021

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The human body hosts a diverse community of microorganisms known as the microbiome, with a significant population residing in the gut. Recent scientific discoveries have illuminated a fascinating interplay between the gut microbiome and the brain, giving rise to the concept of the gut-brain connection. This abstract encapsulates a comprehensive study exploring the intricate impact of the microbiome on human health, specifically focusing on the emerging understanding of the gut-brain axis. The human microbiome, a complex ecosystem of microorganisms inhabiting various body sites, has garnered increasing attention for its pivotal role in health and disease. Within this vibrant microbiome, the gut stands out as a major hub, hosting a myriad of microorganisms that contribute to digestion, immune function, and overall well-being. This study delves into the profound impact of the gut microbiome on human health, unraveling the intricate web of the gut-brain connection. A multidisciplinary approach will be adopted, involving literature reviews, molecular studies, and clinical investigations. Microbiome sequencing techniques will be used to analyze gut microbiome composition in relation to mental health outcomes. Neuroscientific methodologies will be employed to elucidate the neural pathways and biochemical signaling underlying the gut-brain communication.

Human, Health, Biochemical, microorganisms, Molecular, microbiome

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