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Did You Know We Have Two Nervous Systems?

Published on 6/29/2016
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We think that stress is just stress, but what we need to actually realize is the effects of stress on our body and why our stress levels sometimes feel uncontrollable. In fact, stress doesn't just stem from our brain, but our gut as well.

Here's What I Mean... There are 100 trillion different types of bugs/bacteria (both good and bad) that live in the gut and they are actively involved in so many aspects of our physiology that directly affect the brain’s function moment to moment. They also influence the brain’s long-term health and resistance to disease. These "good and bad" bugs have to be kept in balance as both are needed to maintain optimal health.
  

Through many studies, research and journal publications, it's now becoming increasingly clear that bacteria, fungi, viruses and other microorganisms in the gut (intestinal tract) play a MAJOR role in your whole health, physically, emotionally and mentally.  Your intestinal tract contains hundreds of good and bad bacteria that are essential to your health. Again the importance of the intestinal tract is to keep the GI tract balanced
 
Stress levels, antibiotics, poor diet, sugary foods, refined carbs, chlorinated/fluoridated/lead/Hormone Disrupters in tap water, toxic bottled water, parasites, inflammation, and the widespread use of antibacterial soap and hand sanitizers can disrupt the critical balance between the "Good" and "bad" bacteria in your gut.
 
Contrary to what we think we know, the brain as the organ is all that's in charge, but your gut is far more involved in our brain function than we realize. It sends far more information to your brain than your brain sends to your gut... An example, you've most likely experienced the feeling of butterflies in your stomach when you're nervous, or even had an upset stomach when you were angered or stressed out? This happens because our gut is sending massive signals to the brain to alert stress. The issue at hand is that its not only in your "head" its that any problems in your gut will directly impact your mental health, leading to issues like anxiety and depression.
 
Did You Know?
 
 
We actually have two nervous systems: The Central nervous system (CNS) which is composed of your brain and spinal cord and the second is the Enteric nervous system, which is the intrinsic nervous system of your gastrointestinal tract. Both of our nervous systems are created from identical tissue during fetal development, one part turns into your central nervous system while the other part develops into your enteric nervous system. These two systems are connected via the vagus nerve, the tenth cranial nerve that runs from your brain stem down to your abdomen.
 
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FACT: Over 50% of the essential brain chemicals such as serotonin and dopamine are actually produced in the intestines?
 


Top 5 Reasons to Take a Probiotic.
  • 1. Less Bloating and better digestion
  • 2. Improved immune response (including preventing colds and flu)
  • 3. May help with weight management
  • 4. Reduces toxin load (reducing headaches, acne, cancer-risk)
  • 5. Anti-inflammatory (joint, ulcers, Crohn’s disease).

 

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