Why Insomniacs ALWAYS Have Gut Problems

Many people believe only those who snore have a sleeping disorder, but this not the case. Though snoring is a telling symptom, there are several other symptoms of sleep disorders. Signs you may have a sleep disorder include:
Daytime sleepiness
Teeth grinding
Sleeping on belly
Digestive problems
Cold hands and feet
Falling asleep during the day or too quickly
Brain fog
Being clumsy or accident prone
Scalloped tongueOn the other hand, the research is clear that you also need good gut health to have high-quality sleep. Both are imperative for living a long, healthy, disease-free life.
If you haven’t had a good night’s sleep in a while, check your lifestyle. You may benefit from taking the right steps in addressing both your gut health and sleep habits.
I’ve found the best way to achieve good gut health and better sleep is by changing your diet. Most importantly, avoid eating sugary foods and processed carbs. Instead, aim for high amounts of green vegetables and fermented foods (such as kimchi) in order to increase the amount of good bacteria inside your body. Using a probiotic alongside getting enough vitamin D may help you sleep better at night.
The Connection Between Your Gut Health and Sleep