In a recent study, it was found that the first thing that caused Parkinson's disease in the intestines.
Scientists have discovered that Parkinson's disease started in the intestines before spraying into the brain.
In a five-year study, the researchers took a region called the nerve adı vagus in patients, linking the digestive system and brain. Patients with this connection received 40% less Parkinson's disease than those who did not.
According to a team led by Coloring Liu from the Carolingian Institute, they also support early research, which suggests quite clear differences and that brain diseases are associated with the abdominal region.
"The results show that Parkinson's disease starts from Sonuc Liu diiAnother evidence that supports this hypothesis is that patients with Parkinson's disease often have gastrointestinal problems, which can begin decades before Parkinson's disease. he said.
How does that work? According to the hypothesis made by scientists, the proteins in the intestines are wrong and this genetic "error" somehow extends to the brain and this error spreads from the cell to the cell.
The Swedish team is not the only one in these findings. A study of mice in 2016 and an American study in 2017 also brought similar findings. These findings are also very important because it is likely that the disease will be prevented if it is found exactly where it starts.