Chemically modified inhibitors of the COX-2 enzyme relieve anxiety behaviors in mice by activating natural "endocannabinoids" without gastrointestinal side effects, Vanderbilt University scientists will report next week. Endocannabinoids are natural signaling molecules that activate cannabinoid receptors in the brain, the same receptors turned on by the active ingredient in marijuana. These receptors are also found in the gastrointestinal system and elsewhere in the body, and there is evidence that they play a role in wide range of physiological and pathological processes, in addition to modulating stress and anxiety. If the "substrate-selective" COX-2 inhibitors developed at Vanderbilt also work in humans without side effects, they could represent a new approach to treating mood and anxiety disorders, the researchers conclude in a paper to be posted online Sunday in the journal Nature Neuroscience.
When I turned 27 I wanted yoga, literature, and plants.
Winter term courses and events are now available to book online. The new term starts on Saturday 4th January and ends on Saturday 15th February. If you are looking to transform how you feel inI will have space to work with three more people from January.
2019 © decommissionindianpoint.info. All Rigths Reserved. All models were 0ver 18 y.o.