• Martha Lewis

The Anxiety and Insomnia Connection

Updated: Jun 3

Many clients I work with also experience anxiety and/or depression. That’s because these mental imbalances have the same root cause as insomnia.

You see, your gut is supposed to produce feel-good neurotransmitters, like serotonin, dopamine and GABA. 95% of serotonin is made in the gut! Your body needs serotonin to make melatonin.

So if you have a damaged gut wall, your gut bacteria won’t be healthy enough to produce these important mood and sleep neurotransmitters.

Your gut wall could be damaged from an infection like a parasite, from eating foods you’re sensitive to and from stress.

If your gut isn’t healthy, your mood and your sleep won’t be healthy either. By helping you restore your gut and managing your stress, I address both the body and mind so you can sleep well and improve your mood.

If you’re ready to heal your gut so you can get the sleep you need, it starts with one conversation. I’ll be able to pinpoint what’s causing your insomnia, and we’ll come up with a plan to fix it and talk about what it's like to work together.

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