Eixo intestino-cérebro e transtornos psicológicos: uma revisão integrativa sobre probióticos e prebióticos

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https://doi.org/10.55892/jrg.v7i14.986

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Probióticos, Transtornos psicológicos, Comunicação intestino-cérebro, Microbiota intestinal

Resumo

Esta revisão busca explorar os potenciais benefícios de probióticos e prebióticos no tratamento de transtornos psicológicos, especialmente ao examinar a comunicação bidirecional entre o intestino e o cérebro. Estudos em animais e humanos sugeriram que disfunções no trato gastrointestinal podem contribuir para a etiologia de transtornos mentais, e os probióticos têm mostrado promessa em aliviar essas condições. No entanto, é necessário realizar pesquisas adicionais para identificar as cepas bacterianas específicas que contribuem para o bem-estar e avaliar os efeitos de longo prazo do uso de probióticos em humanos. O eixo microbiota-intestino-cérebro é uma via de comunicação bidirecional que pode desempenhar um papel crucial nessa relação. Compreender o impacto da microbiota intestinal na saúde mental poderia abrir caminho para novas abordagens terapêuticas no futuro.

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Danyella Gomes da Costa, Universidade Federal Fluminense

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Graduada em Psicologia pela Universidade Federal Fluminense. Pós-graduação lato sensu em Terapia Cognitiva Comportamental; Psicologia hospitalar e da saúde e Psicologia Jurídica e avaliação psicológica.

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2024-04-03

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COSTA, D. G. da. Eixo intestino-cérebro e transtornos psicológicos: uma revisão integrativa sobre probióticos e prebióticos. Revista JRG de Estudos Acadêmicos , Brasil, São Paulo, v. 7, n. 14, p. e14986, 2024. DOI: 10.55892/jrg.v7i14.986. Disponível em: http://www.revistajrg.com/index.php/jrg/article/view/986. Acesso em: 16 jun. 2024.

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