Oral and Gut Health Can Play an Important Role in Psychosomatic Illness
Associated with Coronavirus Disease 2019 Patients
Recent empirical research data suggest the role of alpha nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
vitamin D, intestinal dysbiosis/permeability, platelet activation, and autonomic
nervous system, along with stresses and circadian rhythm imbalance
due to melatonin provide biological implications in promoting of
severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection.
intestine and cardiovascular systems influence pathways of coronavirus disease 2019 disease.
The major characteristics COVID-19 research are vitamin D, platelets,
thrombin, the blood brain barrier, gut’s permeability and increased
conversion of kynurenine pathway from tryptophan.
Above important findings by various studies provides the important role
of understanding the individual variation of signs, symptoms and
However, there are numerous manageable techniques that can
be used to fix oral and gut issues from the root down.
In this study we review some of the above factors mainly stress,
circadian rhythm and role of technology regulation that have been associated
with the corona virus epidemy and their implication on health and quality of life.
To start with the role of mental stress in viral infections are briefed.
This has led the individuals to experience the disruption
in multiple activities like closure of schools, places of employment,
cancellation of public events, finance generation, restricted
access to healthcare, absence of recreation opportunities and
minimal occasions to engage in cultural and religious practices.
This indicates that there has been a 3 to 4 fold increase in the prevalence rates
of mental health conditions in comparison to the previous year.
If the pandemic progresses without end, it poses the likelihood
that more people may experience mental well-being disorders that
will inflict damages to their neurological processes, which will
contribute to irreparable harm.
Neuro Open J. 2021; 8(1): 1-4. doi: 10.17140/NOJ-8-135