Gastrointestinal – Gut Issues

The gut is known as “the second brain” because it’s second to the brain with nerves, blood vessels, and a lymphatic system. This highway of systems absorbs nutrients, disposes waste, and produces neurotransmitters like serotonin. If there is inflammation in the gut, then other systems in the body are affected. Fatigue, depression, anxiety, joint pain, back pain, and rashes can be traced back to gut integrity. Here is a list of some issues that can come up in the gut.

Why am I having burning pain in my chest after I eat?

Celiacs – Is and autoimmune disease that can cause fatigue, painful gas and bloating, and nausea.

Crohn’s disease – Chronic bowel inflammation that can cause serious gut issues.

Constipation – If you haven’t had a bowel movement in 3 days or 3 days in a week you could be constipated.

Diarrhea – Loose bowel movements can come from different medical conditions.

Helicobacter pylori is a bacteria that lives in the stomach that can cause ulcers.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome – This medical condition is diagnosed by exclusion. Symptoms are nausea, diarrhea or constipation, and pain.

Leaky gut – There is no definitive diagnosis for leaky gut. Some symptoms are unusual gas and bloating, unknown rashes and/or pain.

Small Intestinal bacterial Overgrowth.

When your liver doesn’t detoxify like it used to.

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