Neuroprotective role of Glycyrrhiza glabra on chronic noise induced changes in Hippocampal morphology and its functions in wistar albino rats
Background: Noise has become inexorable stress due to the increase in urbanization, automobile usage, and lifestyle modification.Aim: The study aims to investigate the effect of chronic noise stress on hippocampal morphology and the neuroprotective effect of Glycyrrhiza glabra (GG) on stress-induced male Wistar albino rats. Methods: Adult albino rats were randomly divided into four groups. Each group contained six animals. Rats exposed to chronic noise stress (100 dB/4 h – 30Days), Noise + GG (150 mg/kg Bw/Oral), and GG alone were compared with control animal and assessed for behaviour using the hole-board test, marble burying test, the morphology of hippocampus by histology, DNA fragmentation and assessed the Phytochemical constitutes in GG. Results: The rats exposed to chronic noise stress showed significance (p<0.05) of behavioral alterations such as increased fear and anxiety, obsessive-compulsive behaviour, enlarged lateral ventricle, and reduced hippocampal volume. Conclusion: The results reported that chronic noise stress affects the neurobehavioral due to reduced hippocampal volume.
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