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01-07-21 Could Your Feelings of Anxiety be Caused by a Poisoned Gut?

Are you suffering from a feeling of anxiety that is ruining your life?  If you’re worrying about everything and not feeling peaceful or safe, you may think the only solution is medication or CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) which can help, of course. But what if the critters living in your gut (the microbiome community) are the real cause of your distressed emotions? Did you know that toxin producing bacteria can make you feel wound up for no reason?  And, when you cultivate a healthy gut microbiome, it can produce all the neurotransmitters you need for a healthy state of mind and loving emotions.  And that means not being overwhelmed with fears and anxiety. That means sleeping better. That means having more clarity of mind and confidence. That means enjoying life more.  Tune into the show and find out the latest science on how you can alter your state-of-mind by balancing the bugs that live in your belly, thereby creating a sense of calm to strengthen and build resilience during these challenging times.

Bio: Sandy Sanderson, Founder and CEO of Elektra Magnesium skin and muscle care products, has a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a specialty in marketing and business. After years of chronic stress and deadlines, she developed severe heart arrhythmias and a health crisis which she resolved with transdermal magnesium. This led her to the development of a natural magnesium delivery system, with products for all ages.
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