Intestinal harmful bacteria can cause asthma to worsen

Scholars such as Shibuya, University of Tsukuba, Japan, have issued a statement stating that bad bacteria in the intestine can cause asthma deterioration. This phenomenon has been confirmed in mouse experiments, and effective treatment methods have been found through mouse experiments. Currently, the research team is recruiting people with relevant diseases to discuss treatment methods.

During the experiment, the mice were given some anti-biomass water for 2 weeks, and after the mice inhaled the allergens, the mice developed asthma symptoms and the symptoms worsened. At this time, the intestinal condition of the mice was investigated, and it was found that the number of beneficial bacteria such as lactic acid bacteria in the intestinal tract was decreased, and the abnormal proliferation of Candida was observed.

After the proliferation of Candida, it causes an increase in prostaglandin E2 in the blood, causing an immune reaction in the lungs, causing an increase in immune cells, which leads to an increase in allergic reactions, and the deterioration of inflammation leads to the deterioration of asthma symptoms. At this time, after killing Candida, the symptoms of asthma were significantly improved after the administration of the agent for inhibiting the proliferation of prostaglandin E2 was administered to the mice.

From this experiment, it is known that once the bacterial balance in the intestine collapses, it may cause various diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease, allergy and diabetes. As a disease, asthma is one of the diseases, and its pathogenesis is still unclear.