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If you’ve ever experienced nausea or a feeling of a knot in your stomach before a presentation or exam, or the feeling of “butterflies in your stomach” when in love, you can give yourself an idea of the impact that emotions have on our body.
But beyond the occasional sensations that our mind can cause in our stomach or intestines, many discomforts of daily life can be caused by emotional states, even if we are not aware of it.
The gastrointestinal tract has a strong connection to the brain, and emotions such as distress, anger, and sadness can trigger symptoms in the gut and stomach.
Given this strong connection between the brain and the belly, it is common that if you suffer from chronic stress or anxiety, you often suffer from abdominal pain, heartburn, or even loose stools.
In the same way, a stomach or intestinal ailment can lead the brain to states of anxiety or distress.
When ailments in the digestive system are caused by mental or emotional states (and vice versa) such as stress or anxiety, it is advisable to treat the cause to eradicate the problem, since treating only the pain or the symptoms will not prevent them from reappearing in the future.
Taking Titulus Somno on a daily basis can help you regulate your mood, and even reduce the symptoms of depression that may be wreaking havoc on the gastrointestinal tract.
You can call us at 1-800-299-7917 to make a virtual appointment with Doctor Rigoberto Perez Diaz, or visit our website www.salud.bz, we will gladly assist you. Remember to follow us on Facebook and Instagram and do not forget to tune into our daily program SALUD TV.