44 min

Stress, Neuroinflammation and Digestive Issues Gutsy Health | Nutrition and Medicine

    • Alternative Health

Show Summary:  “When you're bloated and have a super noisy gut, you might not be making enough enzymes to break down your food because you're stressed out.”


Stress and digestive issues can create neuro-inflammation. The vagus nerve attaches to every organ in a human body's digestive tract, keeping you in balance and maintaining your homeostasis. But, viruses can potentially hijack the vagus nerve and the immune system depending on how well the body can balance different life stressors.


The neck area has a direct connection with the brain. When someone has Epstein Barr or food sensitivities, they get swollen lymph nodes. Poor posture and stress can cause tight neck, preventing proper circulation and getting rid of toxins to help the body heal.


Dr. Jannine Krause, a Naturopathic Doctor, Acupuncturist, and Podcaster, shares how strengthening the parasympathetic system can combat this issue. Listen well as she gives tips and actionable practices on how to start to calm your nervous system to prevent inflammation.


Important Links
Gutsy Health Website
Dr. Jannine Krause Website
The Health Fix Podcast
Dr. Jannine Krause TV
Instagram

Exceptional Highlight:


Stress creates inflammation in the nervous system and we get infections because of it.You can't run from a bear and digest food. The brain literally cannot do that. Your nervous system is either in a parasympathetic state (rest and digest) or it’s in a sympathetic state (fight or flight) but it can’t be in both.Your oral health is related to your systemic health. When your gums keep bleeding or getting cavities, that is related to gut health..


Show Highlights: 


The belly is your first brain


Jannine 3:06


We also have all these nerves that are connected, they go all the way down the spine, so can potentially affect every single part of your body, every organ in your body..

How do we help ourselves with neuro-inflammation?


Jannine 14:41


It's not because we need to calm  the sympathetic nervous system, we need to strengthen the parasympathetic. I'm doing a lot more lifestyle stuff now and working on how we get more calm and there's this great thing called parasympathetic breathing.

What does food sensitivities have to do with it?


Jannine 19:46 


With food sensitivities, what's happening is we've got two things. One is the neck bottleneck issue here. Part of it is if your neck is dealing with stuff, you're putting food in, your neck’s already inflamed - we're adding histamine. Histamine is a neurotransmitter that comes out in response to inflammation. So if you're struggling with rashes, or hives, or any of that stuff, and you can't figure it out, this could be  neuro-inflammation.Support the show (https://www.mygutsyhealth.com/gutsy-family)

Show Summary:  “When you're bloated and have a super noisy gut, you might not be making enough enzymes to break down your food because you're stressed out.”


Stress and digestive issues can create neuro-inflammation. The vagus nerve attaches to every organ in a human body's digestive tract, keeping you in balance and maintaining your homeostasis. But, viruses can potentially hijack the vagus nerve and the immune system depending on how well the body can balance different life stressors.


The neck area has a direct connection with the brain. When someone has Epstein Barr or food sensitivities, they get swollen lymph nodes. Poor posture and stress can cause tight neck, preventing proper circulation and getting rid of toxins to help the body heal.


Dr. Jannine Krause, a Naturopathic Doctor, Acupuncturist, and Podcaster, shares how strengthening the parasympathetic system can combat this issue. Listen well as she gives tips and actionable practices on how to start to calm your nervous system to prevent inflammation.


Important Links
Gutsy Health Website
Dr. Jannine Krause Website
The Health Fix Podcast
Dr. Jannine Krause TV
Instagram

Exceptional Highlight:


Stress creates inflammation in the nervous system and we get infections because of it.You can't run from a bear and digest food. The brain literally cannot do that. Your nervous system is either in a parasympathetic state (rest and digest) or it’s in a sympathetic state (fight or flight) but it can’t be in both.Your oral health is related to your systemic health. When your gums keep bleeding or getting cavities, that is related to gut health..


Show Highlights: 


The belly is your first brain


Jannine 3:06


We also have all these nerves that are connected, they go all the way down the spine, so can potentially affect every single part of your body, every organ in your body..

How do we help ourselves with neuro-inflammation?


Jannine 14:41


It's not because we need to calm  the sympathetic nervous system, we need to strengthen the parasympathetic. I'm doing a lot more lifestyle stuff now and working on how we get more calm and there's this great thing called parasympathetic breathing.

What does food sensitivities have to do with it?


Jannine 19:46 


With food sensitivities, what's happening is we've got two things. One is the neck bottleneck issue here. Part of it is if your neck is dealing with stuff, you're putting food in, your neck’s already inflamed - we're adding histamine. Histamine is a neurotransmitter that comes out in response to inflammation. So if you're struggling with rashes, or hives, or any of that stuff, and you can't figure it out, this could be  neuro-inflammation.Support the show (https://www.mygutsyhealth.com/gutsy-family)

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