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The gut-brain axis and how it can be improved - probiotics, serotonin, ashwagandha, gut health, mental health, depression, anxiety

Psychobiotics. It's a newer term and one that definitely makes you 🤔 what it actually does. Mostly because the word "psycho" isn't typically a positive term. In this case it refers to the gut-brain axis.
Have you ever had a “gut-feeling” or felt sick to your stomach when you were stressed? How about “butterflies in your stomach” when you are nervous or anxious?
These gut and brain connections are called the gut-brain axis. The link between the gut and brain is through the vagus nerve. The gut definitely affects how you feel:
Bacteria in the gut can act on this communication link to influence gut-brain communications. The gut produces more than 90% of the serotonin found in the body. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that affects your mood and feelings (happiness and pleasure).
Gut bacteria impact the production of serotonin.
A healthy gut is a strong predictor of a person’s wellbeing. Quiet Serenity contains ingredients to help improve your ability to handle stress and decrease overall everyday anxiety.*
Quiet Serenity contains Bifidobacterium longum 1714®, which helps increase activity in the areas of the brain that are associated with emotions, learning, memory, and improved coping while under stress.*

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