The Brain-Immune Axis™
2-Hour Seminar: Part of the Neuroendocrine Immunology Seminar Series
Dr. Datis Kharrazian, PhD, DHSc, DC, MS, MMSc, FACN
This informative seminar will examine the influence of the brain on the immune system, especially the glial cells. In fact, new findings show that the cerebellar interposed nuclei (IN) actually participate in regulating immune function. In order for crosstalk to occur between the brain and the immune system, communication is necessary among cytokines, peptides, leukotrienes, prostaglandins, and other signaling agents.
- How to simultaneously support the brain and immune system
- How traumatic brain injury can increase “leaky gut”
- How sleep deprivation triggers a proinflammatory immune response
- The brain-immune connection of cortisol and melatonin circadian rhythms
- Clinical jewels and insights
Personal recording of this seminar is not permitted.
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