Stress and intestinal microflora.

1987: NNLizko;

Nahrung.1987;31(5-6):443-7.

NLM PMID: 3657919

Article abstract

In this overview the actual international knowledge regarding phenomenons and their proven or speculated mechanisms of adaptative microecological, hormonal and immunological responses to neuroemotional stress conditions including space-flights is represented. In most cases a decreased stability of the intestinal microflora provokes further reactions of the body. The necessity to predict the various possible disorders and to find optimal measures for their prophylaxis and elimination is emphasized.

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