Though gut feelings often seem to come out of nowhere, they aren’t random. They don’t actually originate in your gut, either.
The gut-brain connection makes it possible for emotional experiences to register as gastrointestinal distress.
When you feel anxious, fearful, or certain that something’s wrong, you might experience stomach twinges, pain, or nausea.
That’s where the name “gut feeling” comes from.
There is a strong connection between the gut and the brain and it’s a proven fact that your emotional state of mind affects your gut and vice versa.
Did you know that our gut is known as the second brain?
In today’s episode we will talk more about what is gut health, …link between gut health and immunity, fatigue, mental health, mood changes, depression, stress and cancer.
Try to follow these 10 tips and if you want to have personalized advice can sign up for the 8 weeks gut healing program where help you identify the triggers, eliminate it and reintroduce it back.
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