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Do you know your gut generally signifies the entire passage between your mouth and anus? This encompasses your esophagus and stomach as well. But a lot of people use the word ‘gut’ to refer to just the intestine. The human gut is a complex intricate system that is responsible for more than you may realize. For example, it would interest you to know that 95% of your Serotonin, a neurotransmitter commonly associated with happiness and emotional behavior, is located within the gastrointestinal tract.

This is why you feel that strong emotion in your guts as well as your mind.

According to the great philosopher – Hippocrates “All disease begins in the gut” therefore a healthy gut has a profound impact on our overall health.

Having symptoms like nausea, upset stomach, bloating, constipation, heartburn, unintentional weight changes, constant fatigue or sleep disturbances, skin irritation, and autoimmune conditions, can all be warning signals that something is throwing off your gut and undermining your wellness. So understanding what’s happening in your body is the first step towards recovering your wellness. Interestingly, everyone’s gut is unique; which means your symptoms are a unique blueprint revealing what your body requires for optimal well-being.

By making changes in your lifestyle, and diet, you could improve and reset your gut health. So consider trying out one or more of the following to improve your gut health naturally:

1⃣ Stay hydrated always

This may be a simple way to promote a healthy gut. Staying hydrated benefits you overall health and helps prevents constipation.

2⃣ Check out for food intolerances

Experiencing symptoms like bloating, abdominal pain, gas, etc. can be pointers to food intolerance. So to enjoy vitality, you have to identify and avoid food that are contributing to your symptoms.

3⃣ Practice eating slowly

Taking your time to chew your food thoroughly and eating at a slower pace can reduce the likelihood of developing obesity and diabetes, while also supporting you make healthier food choices.

4⃣ Minimize your stress levels

Because your body releases certain hormones when it experiences stress, and high levels of these hormones can affect your body and may compromise gut health. Here are few ways to lower stress: taking a walk, getting a massage, limiting alcohol intake, and practicing yoga.

5⃣ Getting enough sleep

Not getting enough sleep may have serious impact on your gut health, so try getting at least 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep per night.

Healthy lifestyle and dietary changes not only restores your gut health but your overall well-being. And we at Angel longevity are committed to making that a reality.

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