February 2018 -
hypothyrodism

The immune system is sensitive to pH and temperature changes

  The immune system seems to be sensitive to pH and temperature changes as well as vice versa. More acidic environment is necessary in order of the immune system to do its job: destroy foreign invasion as infection and/or for removal of nonviable tissue damaged by trauma. Some confirmation of[…]

Humans are social animals. Social connection is essential for our happiness and health.

  Living in groups is essential for the survival and re-productive success of social species. Social isolation, loneliness are powerful chronic emotional stressors. They are weakening the neuroendocrine and the immune systems and disrupting the neuro-immuno-endocrine communication and as a consequence pathologies can occur. Research shows that social isolation impairs[…]

Hashimoto's

Early adverse experiences and our gut

    How our gut functions: digestion of food, presence of food sensitivities and/or allergies, and processing of stress may be a sign of earlier difficult life experiences. Recent study reports that people with altered microbiomes have differently shaped brains. The hypothesis is that it is probable that this relationship[…]

Hashimoto thyroiditis, hypothyroiditis

Thyroid T3 hormone and early life trauma

                          Early life stress (ELS) can induce changes on behavioural and metabolic responses later in life. Stress early in life may cause persistent programming changes on the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal (HPA) axis functioning.  Persistent hyperactivation of HPA axis can cause[…]

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