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O Segundo Cerebro – Dr Michael Gershon

Though not for the overly squeamish after all, even if Gershon were to pull his punches, his subject still carries traces of old taboosThe Second Brain is a lively and invigorating read. Get to Know Us. It mentions that modern anti-depressants SSRIs are really bad for your intestine because their reuptaking serotonin does reduce the amount of serotonin generated by your intestine and greatly affects your digestive function.

His fascination with this “second brain” is boundless, and he strives mightily to share his enthusiasm. It is also not exactly an easy book to read; anyone without prior knowledge of the material has to be diligent and focused when reading, so as to not be overwhelmed by the onslaught of new terms and acronyms being thrown at them. Michael Gershon’s The Second Brain is an excellent read for aspiring neuroscientists, inquisitive laymen, and everyone in between.

Michael Gershon has devoted his career to understanding the human bowel the stomach, esophagus, small intestine, and colon. Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. Descubre la importancia del sistema digestivo para tu salud Cuerpo y Salud.


Even if we are brain dead and keept alive the gut still works.

michwel Details The Second Brain: Reviewing The Second Brain. Part I provides the background of both Dr. I now highly recommend this to everyone I know who has stomach or intestinal distress. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.

This book I read years ago.

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The true fathers of neurogastroenterology date back to Bayliss and Starling, over a hundred years before Gershon’s rediscovery of the subject. Serendipidity and segunvo are clearly often the parerents of sicentific breakthroughs.

Although its influence is far-reaching, the second brain is not the seat of any conscious thoughts or decision-making. This book is valuable for the lay person and for the medical professional.

And there’s a lot of touches of humor and some anecdotes that make it quite pleasant reading. It is governed by the peripheral central nervous system spinal cord, etc.

Productos Reacondicionados Precios bajos en productos revisados por Amazon. So I went back to read and with great interest read the whole middle section on how the digestive system works and how these parts of the body regulate and monitor themselves. Gershon’s groundbreaking work clearly demonstrates that the human gut actually has a brain of its own.

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In other words, the mind messes with mkchael gut. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? It is an extraordinary contribution to the understanding of gastrointestinal illnesses, as well as a fascinating glimpse into hoe our gut really works.


I am used to reading very dry michaeo papers in mathematics, medical research, econometrics and other scientific endeavors. Segunddo a layperson, you do have to be prepared to not really understand all the biochemistry and anatomy, but he does a surprisingly good job of making it easy to get the picture even if you don’t follow all the neurotransmitters – I finally understand the gall bladder!

Gershon manages mkchael do all of this in a way that lets you see into the author’s head itself. Gershon documents this new renaissance in enteric neuroscience. His gershoh stories about the politics of neuroscience and detailed historical overview on the scientists that came before him are both interesting and on topic, and are spread throughout the book to avoid the monotone of modern-day textbooks by dividing the boring parts of the book with something a little more interesting.

Although this book is a few years old now, the information in it about the digestive system and its underlying neural connections is still pertinent. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

To appreciate the wonder of this second brain, one must grasp the complexity of the system it runs, and Gershon tackles that subject in considerable detail?