If you’ve been feeling depressed, anxious, or anything in between for the last few months, it’s probably time to get a new set of mental health stickers to help you cope.
A new study published in the journal Nature suggests that some bacteria may be the cause of these symptoms.
In the study, researchers looked at bacteria from the gut of individuals with depression, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and found that some of them were linked to higher levels of mental illness.
These bacteria were found to be more likely to cause oxidative stress and oxidative stress-induced inflammation in the brain, which can lead to mental illness in some people.
In a nutshell, these bacteria can help the body break down food into its components that can then become toxic and toxic to the brain.
This is also what leads to mental illnesses, so you’d expect them to be the culprits.
However, this isn’t the case.
According to the study’s authors, there is evidence that some types of bacteria are more likely than others to contribute to mental health symptoms.
These include a class of bacteria called Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron, which is found in the gut and is known to cause symptoms of mental disorders.
It is thought that this group of bacteria can play a role in some mental health disorders, including OCD.
Bacteria in the genus Bacteremia, which also includes E. coli and Clostridium difficile, also has been shown to cause mental health problems, and in some cases even to lead to brain inflammation.
It has also been shown that these bacteria are also associated with other symptoms, such as fatigue and anxiety.
This suggests that it may be possible to identify which types of bacterial species are likely to be responsible for the different mental health outcomes associated with them.
This might include a possible connection between the gut bacteria that causes mental illness and the ones that produce the drugs and chemicals that are found in vaccines.
Researchers hope that this work could be used to inform new mental health research, so that we can identify the bacteria that are the most likely to lead individuals towards mental health issues.
This article originally appeared on Tech Insider.