Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 24, 2013
Earlier this month, the University of Cambridge, New Zealand released information on ongoing studies involving women and the use of probiotics to fight depression. Researchers are claiming that probiotics may be able to help reduce the inflammation in the brain which has been linked to increasing levels of depression in women specifically. Probiotic Action, best known for their probiotic acne treatment for use as a natural acne remedy, explains how probiotics may help fight the causes of depression, and in turn help reduce acne symptoms.
Some may argue that acne causes depression, while others argue that depression may cause acne. While researchers are unable to determine which comes first in each individual case, information has been linked to the increased production of acne causing bacteria and body chemicals when the mind is under stress. Since researchers claim that inflammation in the brain may be a cause/link to depression, using probiotics preventatively to reduce inflammation ( as they do in the gut) may help bear some weight in the fight against depression, and what causes acne.
“While the research has not be concluded yet as to whether or not probiotics have the ability to reduce inflammation in the brain, using probiotics internally as a pill or supplement, and externally as topical probiotic, may do more than reduce intestinal strain, and acne symptoms just on chance alone,” says Probiotic Action spokesman, Fernando Perez. “If we can project that probiotics have already proven to reduce inflammation in the gut and topically on the skin, perhaps using them to target brain inflammation, we may
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