What are the symptoms of intestinal dysbiosis?

The Professional Master’s Degree Human Microbiota of TECH train the medical professional to learn more about the factors that influence the balance and imbalance of the intestinal flora and the application of the proper treatment

The human body is home to many diverse types of microorganisms that constitute an important ecosystem. There are about 100 million bacteria of over 300 species, which carry out distinct functions essential for the organism’s proper functioning and most of them are not pathogenic and are key to the proper absorption of nutrients, in addition to exerting an important defense barrier conferring integrity to the intestinal mucosa. Therefore, the Professional Master’s Degree Human Microbiota from TECH delves in detail into the different diseases that are caused in the intestinal flora.

In this way, an inadequate diet, inflammatory processes, autoimmune diseases with intestinal involvement, an alkaline intestinal pH, stressful situations, and the indiscriminate use of antibiotics can affect the physiological intestinal flora and cause alterations in the intestinal flora, this imbalance has been given the term intestinal dysbiosis and the most common symptoms are:

  • Digestive disorders such as diarrhea, abdominal bloating, chronic constipation, steatorrhea, stomach gas, intestinal malabsorption, diverticulitis, vitamin B12 deficiency, or irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Muscle and joint disorders.
  • Skin disorders such as eczema, pruritus, acne.
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Fatigue and chronic fatigue
  • Irritability and sleeping difficulties

A professional will be able to stool analysis and stool culture, which quantifies the intestinal flora and supply the treatment to rebalance the microbiota, the interior of the digestive tract so that the best conditions exist to normalize intestinal permeability, motility, metabolism as well as other functions of the intestine by administering probiotics and prebiotics.

Professional Master’s Degree Human Microbiota

In recent years, advances have been made in the human microbiota, therefore, this set of microorganisms that allow the proper development of an individual, even from the moment of pregnancy, is increasingly important to understand the impact it has on health worldwide. For that reason, TECH Technological University created this program with the latest updates to train professionals to supply a complete and integral service to their patients.

Considering the above, this master degree provides knowledge for the management of patients according to their microbiota and the factors that influence the balance and imbalance, the intestinal and oral microbiota, its relationship with the newborn, the immune system and the application of prebiotics and probiotics in medical specialties such as urology, gynecology, gastroenterology and immunology.

The advantage this institution offer is the possibility to learn 100% online and have access to the modules which are focused on microbiota, microbiome, metagenomics, immune system, gut microbiota, intestinal homeostasis and dysbiosis, relationship between intolerances or allergies, probiotics, prebiotics, neonatology, pediatrics, respiratory tract, genitourinary tract physiology and microbial composition, among others.

Re-Learning method

The Professional Master’s Degree Human Microbiota of TECH is developed entirely online. During the 12 months of training, the student has access to the program’s contents at any time and from any device, allowing them to self-manage the study time with maximum flexibility and adapt to each student’s schedule.

It has its own learning method, ‘Re-Learning’, based on asynchrony and self-management. The contents are presented in an attractive and dynamic way in multimedia capsules that include audio, videos, images, diagrams, and conceptual maps to corroborate knowledge.

TECH Technological University

TECH Technological University, the world’s largest university, is also the official online university of the NBA (National Basketball Association) in Latin America. It belongs to the TECH educational group, a Spanish-owned multinational recognized by the Financial Times as one of the 200 fastest-growing companies in Europe. The company, founded and directed by Manuel Sánchez-Cascado de Fuentes, has also been considered the most highly valued Spanish technology company in the last 15 years.

Thanks to its fully digital learning system, it supplies training to students from anywhere in the world. An international trajectory has allowed it to become a benchmark in distance learning, with a catalogue of over 10,000 programs, over 100,000 new students each year, and 500,000 graduates from over 150 countries.

Specialized highly qualified postgraduate programs, they offer their students the best training programs at an international level, being leaders in employability with 99% of their students working in the first twelve months, according to data from the consulting firm KPMG.