The intestine, also known as the gastrointestinal tract, is a central organ of the digestive system in the human body. It has the task of processing food, absorbing nutrients and eliminating waste products.
Stress can have an effect on the intestines. The so-called "gut-brain connection" shows that there is a close relationship between the brain and the gut. Stress, especially chronic stress, can lead to inflammation in the gut, which in turn can cause digestive problems, food intolerances and irritable bowel syndrome:
Irritable bowel syndrome: Stress can worsen or trigger symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating and diarrhea.
Changes in the intestinal flora: Stress can disrupt the balance of intestinal bacteria, which can lead to dysbiosis. Healthy intestinal flora is important for digestion and the immune system.
Inflammation: Chronic stress can lead to an increased inflammatory response in the body, which can negatively impact gut health.
How can I rebalance my gut?
With us, you'll learn how to better manage stress and increase your relaxation skills through the core topics of individualized exercise & nutrition:
Exercise and gut health: Regular exercise promotes blood circulation in the intestines and contributes to the activation of the digestive system. However, it is important to pay close attention to the relationship between training and recovery and, above all, to find the right window for you, i.e. the right load intensity. uVida Activity analyzes exactly these essential points and creates individual training plans based on them, which support your intestinal health.
Nutrition and intestinal health: By understanding your metabolism better, you can target and adapt your diet to your conditions to reduce further risks and improve your health.
The combination of exercise & nutrition: By combining uVida Food and uVida Activity, you get a holistic approach to reducing stress, improving gut health, and recovering faster. This leads to a more balanced gut, which is the foundation for your overall health and performance.