We all get angry sometimes, and it can be difficult to deal with. You must be wondering though what this has to do with your digestion. Well, it turns out that a lot. I know exactly what you’re going through because I’ve experienced it myself. You feel terrible pain in your stomach, and have no idea why?
Anger can wreak havoc on your body and can lead to a variety of problems, such as increased blood pressure, depression, anxiety, and digestion problems. If you have trouble controlling your feeling of anger then this article is for you!
I have been dealing with stomach problems for a long time. I have tried many methods to cure it but nothing worked for my digestive system. Until one day I found out that anger is the main cause of my digestion problems. Anger is a negative emotion that can harm your health in many ways including digestion problems. If you are suffering from an upset stomach or indigestion then you should be careful about your anger because it may be the reason behind it.
I used to have terrible digestion problems. I was always bloated, gassy, and uncomfortable. I couldn’t get enough sleep because of all the tossing and turning I did at night, trying to find a comfortable position. Nothing worked!
Then one day, I had a breakthrough. But before we go through that, let’s explore how anger causes digestive problems.
Anger can cause digestion problems. This is because when we’re angry, our body produces more adrenaline and we may feel like we’re “hyperventilating.” This can lead to a feeling of pressure in your abdomen, which makes it hard for food to move through your digestive tract. When you’re angry, your body produces adrenaline, which causes your heart rate to increase and blood vessels to dilate. This leads to increased blood flow throughout the body—including the stomach and intestines. As blood moves through your digestive tract, it carries away nutrients from what you’ve eaten and into the bloodstream. Because of this increased blood flow, some people with anger management issues experience diarrhea or constipation.
Symptoms of digestive distress include
- Painful bowel movements
- Constipation or diarrhea
- Gas and bloating
- Nausea and vomiting
- Persistent diarrhea
- Abdominal pain
- Rectal bleeding/bloody stools
- Weight loss
Now here’s my ultimate secret to avoiding digestion problems. Enter Digestive Enzymes!
If you experience any digestive issues like mine that make you feel uncomfortable or unhappy (like bloating), you might be missing some of these enzymes in your body. Luckily for us humans, there are ways we can get more enzymes into our systems so we can improve our digestion by leaps and bounds!
Digestive Enzymes helped me break down food, join proteins together, activate compounds, or deactivate harmful chemicals. In essence, enzymes are catalysts. They make chemical reactions happen much faster. Sometimes, without enzymes, reactions wouldn’t happen at all. They are essential to life and digestion.