Your gut and mental health have this very intimate relationship with one another, the gut brain axis. Emerging research continues to support this claim. Have you ever heard of psychobiotics for anxiety? Psychobiotics are a special class of probiotics that target the bugs in your gut responsibly for mental health.
In my latest article in Psychology Today, I’m diving into the research on how beneficial psychobiotics are for mental health, anxiety specifically. Here’s an overview of what you’ll learn:
- What does the vagus nerve have to do with this?
- Can psychobiotics balance cortisol (stress hormone)?
- Are gut-brain targeted therapies really something to consider?
Psychology Today is considered one of the most reputable sources for up-to-date information on mental health and I have been invited to be a contributing author. Check out my latest article, Psychobiotics for Anxiety: What the Research Tells Us, where I have partnered with Omnibiotic to teach you how to heal your gut and brain using psychobiotics.
PS – Read my previous article in Psychology Today HERE.
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