Can You Be Physically Well With Better Sleep?
Today I'm going to be discussing the first pillar of health necessary to be holistically healthy and that's being physically strong. Now most people immediately think of exercise when they hear physical wellness and although that's an important part of the equation, it's not the only aspect deserving of our attention.
Your body needs more than movement alone. Physical wellness also includes appropriate sleep, hygiene, and a healthy diet. If you're evaluating your physical health, ask these questions, are you getting enough quality sleep? And if not, what barriers are keeping you from achieving regular and restful sleep? The National Sleep Foundation recommend that adults should get anywhere from between seven and nine hours each night of sleep.
We all know insomnia and poor sleep quality go hand in hand. But when you can't sleep, does insomnia create toxins in the brain?
In this podcast episode of The Mental Minute, I follow up on my previous podcast about gut flora imbalance and effect on sleep and give tools on how to improve sleep quality naturally. Ultimately, we all want to know does poor sleep cause poor digestion?
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Are you aware that poor digestion contributes to insomnia? Sleep issues and insomnia problems are looking for a solution via your gut health.
In this episode of The Mental Minute, I explain how to solve insomnia problems through digestion and why the digestion of foods contributes to insomnia. So what is the correlation between digestion and insomnia?
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Good Digestion Means Less Stress
Can stress cause digestive disorders? There has to be a significant relationship between stress and our digestive system, but what is it?
When our bodies are under constant stress, it seems completely plausible that this can lead to digestive disorders. So on the opposite end of the spectrum, we could probably conclude good digestion means less stress, right? Regardless of where you fall, we all want to know what does stress and anxiety do to the digestive system,
These podcasts are an extension of me sharing what I believe is the source to be healthy emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually: a strong gut.