Usually the ingredients list of your daily moisturiser is so long that it is hard to understand what types of chemicals are actually entering your body through the skin. Some of these ingredients like parabens, sulfates, triclosan, toluene, etc. which act as endocrine disruptors are found in sunscreens, shower gels, lotions and many other products.
This complex ecosystem of bacteria living in our gut is called microbiome and there is always a changing balance between “good” and “bad” bacteria which is easily affected by lifestyle, diet and emotions. In the gut there are lots of nerve cells and that is why it is often referred to as the gut brain. The gut brain is directly affected by the microbiome, that is why health issues in the gut will change your mood and can even result in depression or anxiety. How to improve the gut microbiome?
dealing with the patterns and models from the past takes time but more importantly, we need to look inside and search for the real cause of the conditions or the symptoms that we experience. For example, let us take trigeminal neuralgia or neuropathy and look for the deeper reasons behind these conditions.