Regulate your serotonin and regulate your mood and appetite
Our body is regulated by hormones. They travel through our tissues and organs assisting essential processes. We have 50 different hormones, that control function inlcuding metabolism, reproduction, growth, mood and sexual health.
Today we will focus on SEROTONIN
Serotonin assist mood regulation and memory as well as appetite. This hormone is mostly found in your gut, not your brain. Therefore serotonin is required to promote a healthy digestion.
Elsewhere in your body serotonin helps with sleep, sexual function, bone health and clotting. Let us offer you some ways to balance your serotonin.
Serotonin contributes to normal bowel function and reduces your appetite as you eat to help you know when you're full. It also plays a protective role in the gut. We can help you here we have.
CAUSES OF LOW SEROTONIN
Disorders linked to low serotonin are multifactorial, meaning that they occur for more than one reason. Low serotonin on its own is not enough reason to affect what we mentioned.
However low serotonin occurs for 2 reasons: your body doesnt produce enough or your body doesnt absorb enough.
- Trouble sleeping.
- DIsrupted appetite
- Mood changes
- Trouble with memory and learning
How to increase serotonin?
- Fatty fish
- Gut Health Products with Probitiocs and Prebiotics.
- Exercise: Include 150 minutes a week of aerobic exercise. This will not only improve your serotoning but will also improve you cardiovascular health.
- Light exposure: get enough vitamin D, in the summer be on the sun for at least 30 min in the winter think of getting a light therapy.
- Supplements: that support vitamin d and your gut health.