Do you feel depressed, anxious or moody without explanation? Do you struggle to find the energy to get through each day or the calm to sleep through each night?

Stress and aging are often to blame for these symptoms; however, more and more people at younger and younger ages are finding it difficult to cope with stress or focus on a task while also enduring emotional distractions.

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Gut Health



For almost a decade, scientists have come to recognize that the health of your gut is closely linked to your mental and physical health too. In fact, a 2019 research study concluded that 90 percent of the body’s serotonin supply resides in the gut. Serotonin is a key neurotransmitter, responsible for regulating your mood. Adequate levels of serotonin allow people to experience joy and happiness and help regulate anxiety and depression.

Your gut also plays a significant role in your immunity. Research has found that at least 70 percent of your immune system resides in the GI tract. The delicate balance of your gut microbiome can influence autoimmune disorders, risk of cancer, and even susceptibility to common conditions, like the flu or common cold.

These findings illustrate how important it is to know what is going on in your gut and understand which foods and behaviors are negatively impacting your gastrointestinal (GI) health.

How do I Know if My Gut Health is Poor?

If you have a chronic upset stomach or digestive distress, especially within a few hours of eating, that’s a sign you need to start asking questions about your gut health. If you feel chronically moody, anxious, tired, or struggle to focus, it is time to talk to a professional about your gut health. If you struggle with allergies, acne, frequent headaches or inexplicable rashes, you need to assess your gut health.

Your gut health is impacted by the foods you eat, the air you breathe, medications you take, activity level, stress and more. The bottom line: everyone is susceptible to poor gut health.

At EVEXIAS Medical Center, your care begins with a thorough assessment of your total health to identify the root cause of your symptoms, including testing for imbalances in the GI tract. If your symptoms and lab results point to gut health issues, the team will work with you to restore balance with natural therapies, such as dietary changes, nutritional supplements, IV nutrition therapy, detox programs, and hormone replacement therapy.

Solutions to Poor Gut Health

With the support of the EVEXIAS Medical Center team, you can restore balance, which will make it easier to cope with daily stress, focus on tasks, enjoy more energy and sleep through the night. Don’t wait another day to start healing your body.

Contact the EVEXIAS Medical Center to schedule your appointment.


Get Your Gut Checked!





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