What is Substance P and why would it cause an increased transmission of nociceptive impulses within the peripheral nervous system? Explain this process as well as define nociceptive.
Neurogenic Inflammation: Increased production of Substance P and increased transmission of nociceptive impulses in the peripheral nervous system
Previously, you researched and considered three conditions through the process of differential diagnosis that would present with varying abnormalities in homeostasis, metabolism, triglycerides and DNA in week 1. Abnormalities in oxidation, plasma and tissue enzyme activity, inflammation and alopecia respectively in week 2. Increased cortisol and demonstrated bone loss in week 3. Fibromyalgia and muscle atrophy in week 4 and increased glutamate and memory loss in week 5. Given the new symptom presentation above, consider and answer the following questions within a written presentation:
If choosing a video presentation, spend a minimum of one minute on each of the three questions below.
1)What is Substance P and why would it cause an increased transmission of nociceptive impulses within the peripheral nervous system? Explain this process as well as define nociceptive.
2)Could the above rationalization be a contributing factor or main cause of the previous mentioned symptoms of fibromyalgia? Explain your answer.
3)Can you identify any connections between symptoms (weeks 1 – 6)? Rationalize and explain your answer.
Within your written presentation, please be certain to validate your opinions and ideas while disclosing the sources utilized within your written presentation (APA format).
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