Our Gut Brain

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Who said we feed more than one brain? The butterflies.

Those feelings that begin in our stomach plays one part by our second brain. That’s right – the one in our gut.

Here’s how this breaks down. Our gut houses a system called the enteric nervous system. It communicates to our head brain feelings that exceed hunger. Our head brain directly communicates to our gut brain the conversion of sensations to feelings. This information exchange regulates hormone secretion.

Stress strains our mood-regulating hormone, serotonin, by a whooping 95%! Organs suffer from that much serotonin.

Stress is as common as life choices. It’s not bad. The culprit is how we prepare for stress and manage it when it happens.

Take action with healthy votes. One is preparing for stress like proper nutrition, the sight of an organized work space, or the calming from after-hours activities.

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