Early-life stress causes digestive problems and anxiety in rats

Posted by on May 26, 2016 7:22 pm
Categories: health

Traumatic events early in life can increase levels of norepinephrine — the primary hormone responsible for preparing the body to react to stressful situations — in the gut, increasing the risk of developing chronic indigestion and anxiety during adulthood, a new study reports.

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