More and more evidence is showing up that your microbiota can affect your mental health. In other words, eat you probiotic yogurt.
Turns out “gut feeling” is more than just a fancy name for intuition. Our small and large intestine, and the trillions of bacteria that call it home, are more important than ever imagined for influencing our mood, our anxiety, our choices, and even our personalities. This week Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen goes straight for the gut with three surprising mind-gut connections.
Ellen Hendriksen, PhD | December 23, 2016 | Quickanddirtytips.com
A recent study analyzing tweets globally suggests that innate biological rhythms play a big role in our moods.
Happy moods promote creativity and flexibility — but also gullability. Sad moods make you more critical, improve your ability to judge and remember.
From Smart Planet, Nov 5, 2009:
By Andrew Nusca