Many people get headaches/migraines after sitting at work in front of a computer all day . What can you do to help prevent that? Dr. Beth (osteopath) explains
Are you ok? A simple question we can ask that can have such an impact. Who will you ask today?
What is the connection between the gut and headaches/migraines? Tune in to find out .
Do you suffer from fatigue, brain fog, allergies, general aches and pains and inflammation? Do you experience gastrointestinal issues and does your diet need a major overhaul? This article could give you some insight into what could be causing your issues.
Did you know that there are significant links between migraine/headache and a range of inflammatory disorders such as asthma, obesity, metabolic syndrome, estrogen dominance, allergies and GI diseases? Dysbiosis of the gut microbiota and increased intestinal permeability (leaky gut) may be causing a hyperactive immune response in your body resulting in chronic inflammation, headaches and migraines.
The gut microbiome is made up of tens of trillions of microorganisms, some good, some bad. The bacteria in our gut are essential for communication between the gut and the brain, digestion of food, a strong immune system and even our mental state.
A whole variety of lifestyle, genetic and environmental factors...