However, new research by scientists at Germany’s Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM) has discovered mini-inflammations in the mucosa of the gut, which upset the sensitive balance of the bowel and are accompanied by sensitisation of the enteric nervous system. “The irritated mucosa releases increased amounts of neuroactive substances such as serotoninSerotonin is a hormone found naturally in the brain and digestive tract. It is often referred to as the ‘happy hormone’ as it influences mood…., histamineHistamine is a chemical naturally produced by various cells in the body. A large amount of histamine is produced within mast cells where it forms… and protease,” explains research lead Professor Michael Schemann. “This cocktail produced by the body could be the real cause of the unpleasant IBS complaints.”
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