The Link between Gut Microbiome and The Brain: Impact of Prolonged Antibiotic Use

Posted on:June 13, 2016
Last Updated: April 27, 2020
Time to read: 3 minutes

Microbes colonize the gut early in life—either during pregnancy or just after birth—and these microbial communities play an integral role in the health of their host. The microbiome can interact and influence the gut-brain axis (GBA), which is a complex bidirectional communication system between the central and enteric nervous systems.

Read the Simplified Guide to the Gut-Brain Axis. 

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