Journal of Cell Science and Mutation

Research Article - Journal of Cell Science and Mutation (2018) Volume 2, Issue 1

Dysbiosis, gut, cognitive movement disorders and nonmotor skin diseases

Chronic skin eruption like severe scarring Acne vulgaris, Rosacea and Chronic Atopic Dermatitis have a deeper than skin connection to diseases of our internal organs. The relationship of small gut dysbiosis due to gut immobility, stasis, breakdown and atrophy of the intestinal linings and gastrointestinal reflux enhance inflammatory cytokines, toxins, trace elements reaching the brain, skin and other organs of the body. With advances of modern science and technology, Central Nervous System (CNS) neurological disorders like Parkinson disease (PD), Chronic depression and Autism may be intrigued in this complex brain-CNS-Gut-Enteric microbiota – Skin axis jig saw puzzle.

Author(s): Chan KTM

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