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Probiotics’ Effect on Reducing Anxiety Described in New Article By eProbiotics.com

May 1, 2013

Awareness for the benefits of probiotics has been increasing around the world. In a new article by eProbiotics they discuss the specific effect that probiotics and probiotic supplementation can have on anxiety.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 01, 2013

In a new article from eProbiotics.com, the author discusses how probiotics and probiotic supplments are effective in reducting anxiety. Scientists have recently discovered that the bacteria in our gut somehow communicates with the brain, resulting in the potential cause and/or treatment of certain mental health issues; including using probiotics for treatment of anxiety.

Recent studies have found that supplementing with the probiotics Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Bifidobacterium animalis, Lactococcus lactis, and Streptococcus thermophilus for four weeks, subjects demonstrated improved processing activity in the area of the brain responsible for controlling emotion, sensation and anxiety.

The article also describes a clear connection between the enteric nervous system, located around the digestive system, and the central nervous system; this finding opens new possibilities to the connection between how probiotics may be effective in treating anxiety. Supplementing with the Lactobacillus strain of probiotics also supports the production of the neurotransmitter GABA, the primary neurotransmitter responsible for controlling behavior and mood.

Probiotic supplements may even reduce the production of stress hormones in the body, thus further reducing risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, digestive issues, depression and anxiety.

The full article on probiotics for anxiety is available at http://eprobiotics.com/probiotics-for-anxiety/.

About: eProbiotics.com is a new website that was launched in March of 2013 in order to educate the community in the importance of digestive and intestinal health and how maintaining a healthy balance of good bacteria can combat many illnesses. Recent topics have included probiotics for sugar cravings, probiotic supplements, probiotics as a treatment for colitis, probiotics for gut and colon health, understanding the benefits of probiotics, probiotics and stress induced IBS, the diabetes and probiotics connection, as well as several other highly informative articles are available to help people understand the connection between intestinal health and overall health.

A free guide on cleansing foods and intestinal health is available at http://eprobiotics.com/free-report. The free guide has been made available to show people which natural foods they can begin to eat to increase healthy bacteria and improve overall intestinal and gut health.

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