Anxiety is a normal state of an organism if a person is in danger. During anxiety, neurotransmitters are produced in the brain, which prepare the body for the “fight or flight” reaction.
When stress becomes chronic, that is, the danger does not disappear, too many neurotransmitters are released, and the body is not able to utilize them correctly.
In this case, neurotransmitters enter the gastrointestinal tract, starting a “revolution” there, upsetting the balance of bacteria, enzymes and microbiota.
So the diseases arise - from nausea to stomach ulcers.
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