Did you know that stringing together multiple days of poor sleep can not only leave you feeling irritable, but also can impact your gut microbiome?
As surprising as it might sound, there’s a connection between sleep, mood, and the balance of beneficial bacteria in your gut.
The good news is, eating certain foods and taking neurologically active probiotics may be ways to use your gut to get more rest and a more positive outlook on life.
Bened Life’s Chief Science Officer Noelle Patno recently shared her thoughts on this topic with the readers of Parkinson’s News Today.
If you’re looking for new ways to support healthy sleep, better mood, and GI function, check out her article here.