Researchers investigate how a stressed brain can make asthma worse
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Researchers investigate how a stressed brain can make asthma worse

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Researchers investigate how a stressed brain can make asthma worse

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are investigating cross-talk between the brain and lungs of people with asthma in a four-year, $2.5 million study to understand how psychological stress can make asthma symptoms worse.

Through a clinical study called AsthMatic Inflammation and Neurocircuitry Activation, or MINA, the team hopes to decipher exactly how mind and body connect when people with asthma experience stress and find ways to alter brain-lung communication to help them manage their disease.

 

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