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Michael Gershon has devoted his career to understanding the human bowel the stomach, esophagus, small intestine, and colon.
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His thirty years of research have led to an extraordinary rediscovery: This “second brain” can control our gut all by itself. Our two brains — the one in our head and the one in our bowel — must cooperate. If they do not, then there is chaos in the gut and misery in the head — everything from “butterflies” to cramps, from diarrhea to constipation.
Gershon’s work has led to seguneo new understandings about a wide range of gastrointestinal problems including gastroenteritis, nervous stomach, and irritable bowel micuael. The Second Brain represents a quantum leap in medical knowledge and is already benefiting patients whose symptoms were previously dismissed as neurotic or “it’s all in your head. Gershon documents ggershon new renaissance in enteric neuroscience.
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Mostrando de 1 opiniones. Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento. Tapa blanda Compra verificada. This book I read years ago. Leant it out and never got it back. So I bought it again to have as a reference book in my bookshelves. It is an amazing interesting book of science. Even if we are brain dead and keept alive the gut still works.
It has got a brain of its own. A rather unreadable book.
I am used to reading very dry working papers in mathematics, medical research, econometrics and other scientific endeavors. Usually, such papers are 20 pages or less. A few are up to 50 pages. However, this book is pretty much a page scientific paper! In other words, it is rather unreadable. There is way too much detail to impart the key information to a general audience.
As an example, the entire Part I of the book that covers 80 pages can be summed up in the following paragraph. The first one is the voluntary skeletal one whereby your brain essentially controls all your voluntary actions through orders transmitted with the acetylcholine neurotransmitter among many others.
The second one is the involuntary automatic one that controls most of your physiological necessities and responses breathing, cardiovascular system functioning, glands, visceral muscles, etc. It is governed by the peripheral central nervous system spinal cord, etc.
This system is subdivided into two. One is the sympathetic one that responds to the neurotransmitter noripenephrine a precursor of adrenaline and is responsible for the flight-or-fight mechanism among many other reflexive reactions.
O Segundo Cerebro – Dr Michael Gershon
The other one if the parasympathetic nervous system that responds to the acetylcholine neurotransmitter that governs many physiological activities. Both treaties described the workings of the enteric nervous system in detail.
And, Gershon graciously gives them full credit for their work. If you find the above paragraph too heavy going, this book is not for you.
The above paragraph is a piece of cake compared to the real thing: Also, the author imparts some drama regarding the rather Galilean reception he got from other neuroscientists for re-advancing the theories of the gut having its own independent nervous system.
Later, when he is able to turn things around and finally convince the world that the enteric nervous system is real, he spends an entire 33 pages on a single event, a neuroscientist convention segundl that took place in Cincinnati, where he presented segunso theories and they were finally well accepted.
He describes in extensive details his friends and foes participants at this convention. It is interesting to a certain point. Lay readers will probably feel that this topic warranted no more than 8 pages instead of The remainder of the book, beyond Part I, continues to read as something like a graduate school biochemistry textbook.
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. Also, dietary fiber is really good for you because it enhances the muscular fitness of your colon.
A Bad Bowel how that disease is really ill-defined and is a catch all for all sorts of digestive ailments that the medical profession does not understand and does not know how to cure. If you are planning to be a student of medicine or neuro-psychology, then you seriously might start with this book.
Gershon shares his 30 years of research of the gut and its enteric nervous system in a detailed narative account, which is technical but very readable to the interested student. Until his research in this book revealed that the gut has nerve cells that act as a second brain, the gut went far too long unrecognized as capable of being an independent functioning organism, and its importance in both medical health as well as psychological health had taken a back seat to the head brain.
I have used his remarkable work as a primary reference in my own book to further validate psychological findings in my own clinical studies on the intelligence of the gut instincts and a new gut psychology. Without his work, my thesis would have lacked the neurologicaI and biological validation it needed to come forth as a viable new theory in modern psychological thought. I highly recommend Dr. Michael Gershon’s groundbreaking book.
This book is not for the lay person and is not reader friendly. I may be a great book but I had a hard time understanding what the author was trying to say. The first second was dull But I idly picked it up a while later and started reading randomly in the middle – and it was very interesting. 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.
The last section on how the research is done isn’t bad either, now that I’m into the topic. Maybe I’ll go back and read the first section, too. As 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!
And there’s a lot of touches of humor and some anecdotes that make it quite pleasant reading. Having been a scientist all of my adult life, I understood the book completely, and it’s outstanding! I just think that many of the terms when newly introduced should be highlighted for the sake of the lay audience.
O Segundo Cerebro – Dr Michael Gershon
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