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HUMAN BRAIN NEUROCHEMISTRY AND SYMBIOTIC MICROFLORA: IMPLICATIONS FOR BIOPOLITICS

Abstract  The article is concerned with the interrelationships between human brain neurochemistry, the microbial inhabitants of the human organism, and human behavior in relation to politics. It is emphasized that the human organism and its symbiotic microflora constantly exchange chemical messages including neuromediators, e. g. serotonin, norepinephrine, dopamine, and histamine. The microflora is responsive to alterations in the neuromediator levels of the host caused by changes in the neuropsychological status that in part depend upon political situation-related factors (e. g., stress caused by a war threat). Therefore, the state of the microflora including its qualitative and quantitative composition can be considered a novel somatic variable related to the political situation and the political activities of the human individual involved. In addition, microorganisms synthesize and release their own neuromediators and their precursors that influence the operation of the brain, the neuropsychological status, and, indirectly, human political activities and views.


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