Probiotics in digestive, emotional, and pain-related disorders.

@article{Romn2018ProbioticsID,
  title={Probiotics in digestive, emotional, and pain-related disorders.},
  author={Pablo Rom{\'a}n and Raquel Abalo and Eva M. Marco and Diana Mar{\'i}a Garc{\'i}a Cardona},
  journal={Behavioural pharmacology},
  year={2018},
  volume={29 2 and 3-Spec Issue},
  pages={
          103-119
        }
}
In recent years, interest in the relationship between gut microbiota and disease states has grown considerably. Indeed, several strategies have been employed to modify the microbiome through the administration of different diets, by the administration of antibiotics or probiotics, or even by transplantation of feces. In the present manuscript, we focus specifically on the potential application of probiotics, which seem to be a safe strategy, in the management of digestive, pain, and emotional… CONTINUE READING
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